Lavender Sencha

Tea type
Green Tea
Ingredients
Green Tea, Lavender Flowers
Flavors
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Caffeine
Low
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Average preparation
175 °F / 79 °C 1 min, 0 sec

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  • “I agree with LynnDC this is surprisingly creamy, with kind of a vanilla warmth to it. I do taste and really enjoy the lavender notes here, though, as usual, I wish these scented/blended teas used...” Read full tasting note
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  • “I don’t get much of the lavender but what I do get is a unique taste that is really wonderful. I always add milk, so that could be a huge contributor to this wonderfully creamy brew.” Read full tasting note
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  • “Backlog. This smelled wonderful but was ultimately a bit much for me. The lavender is intensely herbal and the sencha base is really vegetal, leaving me with a tea that was pretty grassy. I was...” Read full tasting note
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From American Tea Room

Deep green Japanese sencha leaves are accented with tiny pink and violet lavender blossoms in a blend that is at once fresh and classic. The brew is a springy yellow green with assertive aromas of lavender and the ocean, and a soft peppery undertone. A full lavender flavor fills the palate, and then gracefully reveals notes of lime zest, ocean air and cloves. The finish speaks of flowers, steamed young greens and lemon.

Caffeine Level: Light
Origin: Blend
Ingredients: Green tea, Lavender flowers
Mood Profile: Calming
Flavor Profile: Floral

Tea Prep Guide: 1.2 tsp/5g, 200 F, 1 min

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I agree with LynnDC this is surprisingly creamy, with kind of a vanilla warmth to it. I do taste and really enjoy the lavender notes here, though, as usual, I wish these scented/blended teas used a higher quality tea, as this lavender flavor over a sweeter, fuller green would knock my socks off. As it is, I’m happy enough to drink it but don’t expect it to have a permanent home in the stash.

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I don’t get much of the lavender but what I do get is a unique taste that is really wonderful. I always add milk, so that could be a huge contributor to this wonderfully creamy brew.

Preparation
175 °F / 79 °C 1 min, 0 sec

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Backlog. This smelled wonderful but was ultimately a bit much for me. The lavender is intensely herbal and the sencha base is really vegetal, leaving me with a tea that was pretty grassy. I was expecting more floral flavor from the lavender to balance the sencha, but this one was just too strong all around for me. I gave the rest to mom—she loves it.

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