Sakura Tea

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Flavors
Cherry, Cherry Blossom, Flowers, Fruit Tree Flowers, Sakura
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Edit tea info Last updated by Martin Bednář
Average preparation
Boiling 2 min, 30 sec 10 oz / 300 ml

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  • “Got a box of this along with several packs of Rich Matcha KitKats from JapanHaul. Those things are amazing and I love them. I wasn’t expecting much, because Lipton tea is Lipton tea no matter where...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Traditional bag, not a pyramid one. Well, another gift, another tea bag. But at least nice wrapping which is going to be awesome in my collection. Aroma is really strong, it was like smelling bloom...” Read full tasting note
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Got a box of this along with several packs of Rich Matcha KitKats from JapanHaul. Those things are amazing and I love them. I wasn’t expecting much, because Lipton tea is Lipton tea no matter where it comes from, but for three dollars and change I wasn’t really going to be too broken up if it wasn’t good.

It smelled of cherries, which makes sense considering it’s supposed to be sakura tea. It tasted of cherry too, with a slight floral undertone to it. Couldn’t really taste anything in the way of the black tea base but again, Lipton. All in all it was nice, but wasn’t different enough from a plain old cherry tea to make it worth waiting three weeks for again.

Those KitKats are another story though. Definitely worth it.

Flavors: Cherry

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Traditional bag, not a pyramid one.

Well, another gift, another tea bag. But at least nice wrapping which is going to be awesome in my collection.

Aroma is really strong, it was like smelling bloom of sakura itself. Mug (about 300 ml), boiling water. There were no instructions. Or maybe in Japanese. Hmm. Let´s see.

Colour was turning quite quick to copper – apparently it is black tea with sakura flavouring / aroma. But it was smelling great, full blooming sakuras. No tea notes. I took bag out about two minutes of steeping.

Taste was smooth and flowery. Bit of cherries. But it was pleasant. I liked it more than expected.

Flavors: Cherry, Cherry Blossom, Flowers, Fruit Tree Flowers, Sakura

Preparation
Boiling 2 min, 30 sec 10 OZ / 300 ML

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