Madame Butterfly

Tea type
Fruit Green Blend
Ingredients
Flavor, Green Tea, Peach, Sunflower Blossoms
Flavors
Fruit Tree Flowers, Jam, Peach
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Caffeine
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Average preparation
175 °F / 79 °C 2 min, 15 sec 6 oz / 177 ml

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  • “I chose this solely based on its name. I love creative names with blends. I enjoy sipping my brew as I sit and imagine what inspired the creator. It has a lovely mix. I can spot small flowers and...” Read full tasting note
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  • “An interesting name for a tea. I do like unique names though because it makes you think about more then tasting notes, aroma and color. For instance with this tea I imagine a masquerade with a lady...” Read full tasting note
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  • “I cold steeped this over night in the fridge. I like it better hot. It’s ok cold steeped, but I think the peach gets lost in the green base. I like Cornelia’s peach flavor, and it’s really nice...” Read full tasting note
  • “Another sample from the lovely Dexter! Ohmygawd peachy goodness <3 I’m pleasantly surprised by the base green. I kind of thought it might be quick to turn bitter, but it’s actually really...” Read full tasting note
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From Cornelia Bean

Chinese green tea, sunflower blossoms, peach bits, flavour
1tsp 82°C 2 Mins

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I chose this solely based on its name. I love creative names with blends. I enjoy sipping my brew as I sit and imagine what inspired the creator. It has a lovely mix. I can spot small flowers and Sencha. I brewed western with a small amount. As soon as the water touched the leaves the aroma of peach exploded throughout my tea room. It reminded me of a fruitful peach smoothie. The flavor is very floral. The word perfume comes to my mind. I can distinctly taste peach and flower petals. The flavor then smooths out to a grassy and spring taste. Lastly you’re left with undertones of fruit and twigs. This brew leaves a sweet jolly rancher aftertaste. I enjoyed this tea but I don’t believe it is the one for me.

Flavors: Fruit Tree Flowers, Jam, Peach

Preparation
175 °F / 79 °C 2 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 6 OZ / 177 ML

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An interesting name for a tea. I do like unique names though because it makes you think about more then tasting notes, aroma and color. For instance with this tea I imagine a masquerade with a lady who has a butterfly mask. She’s slipped out onto the back terrace to sip on this tea.

Sencha? It looks and tastes like it. I really enjoy that the peach flavor doesn’t get covered up by the peach flavor like it does with many peach teas. Though it is still quite strong with this one. (And suddenly I’ve jumped into Star Wars) haha

Flavors: Peach

Preparation
2 min, 30 sec 1 tsp

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I cold steeped this over night in the fridge. I like it better hot. It’s ok cold steeped, but I think the peach gets lost in the green base. I like Cornelia’s peach flavor, and it’s really nice in this when hot steeped, but it’s more muted cold steeped.
Next time, hot steep and then cool for iced tea……

SarsyPie

I havent had much success with cold brewed greens, flavored of otherwise. Do they ever taste chalky to you, or is that just me?

Dexter

I can’t say that I’ve ever noticed chalky. Cold steeping green is tricky, it’s a bit like hot steeping, you need to be careful about steeping too long. And actually I find that the better quality of the tea, the more likely it is to get bitter. I have a tin of cheap, Chinese grocery green that cold steeps amazing. My better quality greens are awesome if you find the sweet spot – if not, then it can be a waste of good tea. IMHO. :))

MzPriss

I’m not good at making greens right

Dexter

In general I’m not really that into green tea. I like fruity green in the summer, and some of the nutty desserty greens, but I don’t really like straight green tea.

MzPriss

Me either. Love my straight blacks though.

Dexter

Yep – just give me some nice Chinese Black, pu’erh, or dark oolong – and Dex is a happy camper…..

MzPriss

Me too ^5

TheTeaFairy

I have to tell ya you are missing great things from the green side….just sayin.

Dexter

Careful MzPriss – Fairy will try and drag you away from the dark side….

MzPriss

Well, I like oolongs too. And Sleeping Bear is green – but mostly I think I just do them wrong. They are either bitter, or grassy or bland when I make them

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Another sample from the lovely Dexter! Ohmygawd peachy goodness <3

I’m pleasantly surprised by the base green. I kind of thought it might be quick to turn bitter, but it’s actually really forgiving.

The peach is a bit soft, almost like slightly over ripe, or maybe canned peaches. The green base has a bite to it, without being bitter, which rounds it out quite nicely.

As it cools, the peach becomes more prominent, but there’s a slight bitter note to the base.

I’m actually really impressed with this one! One step closer to finding that perfect peach tea, yay! Thanks again Dexter!!!!!

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