Lychee & Peony

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180 °F / 82 °C 2 min, 45 sec 10 oz / 295 ml

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From Camellia Sinensis

This green tea embellished with peony petals and essence of lychee offers a balanced and sweet liquor.

A long floral persistence transports us to the heart of an exotic country.

Ingredients: green tea from China and Vietnam, peony, natural litchi flavour.

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6180 tasting notes

Sorta sipdown as the rest of this is being passed along. It is nice but I really don’t reach for it enough so hopefully it will find love somewhere else. As for this cup? The base is smooth and the peony is the prominent flavor with just a hint of lychee sweetness. At the end of the day, I really just prefer black teas when I make caffeinated cups.

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105 tasting notes

I rarely reach for it because it makes me feel like I’m drinking pot pourri :S and I’m having troubles finishing my cup

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13254 tasting notes

variaTEA sent me this one and i have to declare that there is nothing about this tea that i liked lol. ok wait. i like that it’s another tea that i’ve tride that i can cross off my list LOL. thanks for trying Variatea! haha

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2286 tasting notes

Smells… like how bad black currant teas can smell.

Lychee? What?

Taste isn’t bad. Strong green tea, even though I understeeped from the instructions. Strong flavours. Not really lychee, though there is a crisp and cool-sweet flavour component.

It’s really not to my taste. I kept this one because the tin was weighing down the box, and I though I’d share it with my friend. Only we haven’t hung out in ages because she doesn’t contact me very often, too preoccupied with her boyfriend.

Ahh well. What isn’t meant to be, isn’t meant to be. I will enjoy this cup, yet also enjoy that I don’t have any more to drink. :D

175 °F / 79 °C 2 min, 0 sec 2 tsp 12 OZ / 354 ML

Ugh, I know exactly what you mean about the bad currant. It makes me scared to try them.


Some have been really good! I like the ones that Steam Tea House and also Janet’s Special Tea carry. They remind me of the black currant licorice candies my mom gets every Christmas. :)

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