Sweet Osmanthus

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Green Tea
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Green Tea, Osmanthus
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  • “Another sample from Christina. I found this one pleasant enough but sometimes I am in the mood for osmanthus and other times not. When I had this yesterday, I don’t think I was in the mood for...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Drank this a few days ago, but I don’t remember much of it. The base tea was quite vegetal, and I don’t know if that melded well with the osmanthus flowers. However, I really need to be more...” Read full tasting note

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This Sweet Osmanthus Green tea is one for your romantic side. If you enjoy seducing your tastebuds and exploring your senses than you are in for a lifelong love affair with this tempting green tea blend. The small, delicate cream-colored flowers of Osmanthus bring a romantic floral note to any moonlit night. Osmanthus is a rare, traditionally famed flower in China and Taiwan; it is known as a symbol of love and romance and was once used as a customary plant in weddings. The osmanthus tea conveys a sweet flavor that has a light fruity peach-like catch that is flawlessly blended with the natural freshness of premium China green tea.

Ingredients: Green Tea, Osmanthus flowers

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Another sample from Christina.

I found this one pleasant enough but sometimes I am in the mood for osmanthus and other times not. When I had this yesterday, I don’t think I was in the mood for it. The osmanthus seemed a little too cloying sweet. I think the green base was a basic green tea but I don’t remember any chestnut or buttery notes from it. It was more on the vegetal or grassy side.

Thanks Christina for the sample!

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Drank this a few days ago, but I don’t remember much of it. The base tea was quite vegetal, and I don’t know if that melded well with the osmanthus flowers. However, I really need to be more attentive the next time I make this.

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