drank Delícia de Champagne. by Unknown
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A chance buy, and I am really looking for the name of the company which blended this, because it was a tremendous hit with me and some friends. The sencha is there and delicate, the champagne flavour ( it must be artificial but it works) and strawberries just make it so much more lively. A lovely lovely special tea.

Very large whole leaves, expands a lot.

On searching for the blender:
it might be https://www.dethlefsen-balk.de/ENU/27659/22443_flavored%20Sencha%20tea.html?FromNo=10550 , this one.

195 °F / 90 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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