The fruit-floral scent that this tea produces is remarkably strong at the outset, and the lingering, oddly perfume-y aftertaste will probably not be to everyone’s liking. However, this tea brews a peppy cup that still lets the white Assam and green tea taste peep through from beneath the rose-and-plum melange on top, so it comes across as more fresh and assertive than its self-consciously dreamy name might imply.

(Note: This is not the version of Ambrosia Plum that contains stevia, so if you are like me and run away from low-carb sweeteners then I would suggest this one over Zhena’s Ambrosia White Plum.)

Login or sign up to leave a comment.

Login or sign up to leave a comment.



Academic. Historian. Writer. Fan. Tea drinker. Bibliophile (though that’s putting it mildly), amongst other things. But as to what those other things are, I’m afraid you’ll just have to find out for yourself.

Following These People

Moderator Tools

Mark as Spammer