Spring Tea

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Fruit Green Blend
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Green Tea, Natural Wild Cherry Flavor
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Loose Leaf, Tea Bag
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  • “I got carried away in the craft room. (What started out as a 20 minute quickie project turned into 2 hours of “Oh! That paper will go with those stickers and those scraps will work for that Cricut...” Read full tasting note
  • “How i got it: Bought It (Basilur’s “Four Seasons” Assorted Pack) Experience: Being the last of the “Four Seasons” teas remaining for me to try, i have to say this pack has been a good experience...” Read full tasting note
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At the end of winter, everyone is waiting for the blooming of Sakura, or cherry blossoms, as a symbol of Spring season. The Sakura is one of most well known icons and symbolizes the ephemeral nature of beauty. With our new series of Four Seasons teas, we are pleased to offer a way of enjoying Spring all year long.

100% Pure Ceylon green, long leaf teas from high mountains (high grown) of Ceylon with fruits & flavour.

Ingredients: 100% Pure Ceylon green tea, cherry flavor

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I got carried away in the craft room. (What started out as a 20 minute quickie project turned into 2 hours of “Oh! That paper will go with those stickers and those scraps will work for that Cricut cutout…”)

So when I finally sat down for tea, I settled for a quickie afternooner instead of something requiring more fuss. When you go light on the time and temp, this is a perky little floral tea, light on the green vegetation, light on the cherry, heavier on the blossom.

In other news, I WENT to church today. Live. Real orchestra. Mary Beth’s exquisite piano solo (she’s one of those stellar talents that can just sit down and twiddle her fingers and it sounds like she’d been planning it for days). Air hugs with some people I love and an illicit elbow bump or two. :) It was like water on a dry sponge.

derk

We’re still online with no physical reunification in sight.

Stay safe. church air hug

gmathis

Back at ya!

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How i got it: Bought It (Basilur’s “Four Seasons” Assorted Pack)

Experience: Being the last of the “Four Seasons” teas remaining for me to try, i have to say this pack has been a good experience overall. This time, the blend includes cherry and green tea, which turns out very well due to the quality of the fruit flavoring (clearly more natural than Lipton’s Mixed Berry Green, for example). That said, it’s not as fruity as its Summer partner, resulting in a more relaxing blend. As always, the fruit notes dominates the tea’s, but in both aroma and taste, it’s balanced enough to be enjoyed. Very good.

Would i buy it again?: I prefer black teas to green ones, but this blend makes a good choice when i decide to have the latter. Has good possibilities.

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