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175 °F / 79 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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  • “Have I not tried this tea yet? I ordered it a while ago. Funny how some things quickly sneak into the back of your cupboard only to reappear and surprise you later. This one is quite a surprise! I...” Read full tasting note

From Biscuit and Brew Tea House (formerly Arthur Dove Tea Co.)

A celebratory blend bringing together the best of both lovers, a marriage of tangy tarts and softs scents, blown raspberries, and rose beds, resolving into a gently amorous white tea blend.

Chinese White Tea, Hibiscus, Rose Petals, Apple Pieces, Rosehip, Freeze-dried Raspberry, Natural Flavouring

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Have I not tried this tea yet? I ordered it a while ago. Funny how some things quickly sneak into the back of your cupboard only to reappear and surprise you later. This one is quite a surprise! I think I knew it had hibiscus in it and one of my favorite B&B blends has hib (Hound on the Hunt) used in moderation, but this one features it prominently. First sip hit me in the face with hib (SUPRIIIIIIIIIIISE!!!) and it’s a little hard to taste my way around it. For me hibiscus has a tart aklaline metallic taste and that is all I’m getting in this cup. I wonder if my dislike of hibiscus is similar to people who have the cilantro aversion. If I keep sipping I can sort of numb out my hib receptors and taste a hint of rose and fruit behind it. This is shaping up to be a not for me tea although I would like to try it cold steeped before I totally give up on it.

Preparation
175 °F / 79 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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