Spring Morning

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180 °F / 82 °C 3 min, 0 sec 14 oz / 414 ml

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Spring Morning offers a mixture of Green Sencha with real strawberry slices and red currants. This visually and tastefully stimulating fruity flavoured tea is perfectly offset by the sharp aromatic flavour of Sencha. This drink is ideal any time of day hot or iced for tea and fruit lovers.

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Oh, this is fine but I’m unenthused. The berry flavours are nice, and it’s subtle enough not to be overbearing (read: I will be able to finish the pouch), but I just don’t get along with the sencha Teaopia uses in their blends. It’s kind of scratchy, and not very flavourful. I’m also finding that their blends kind of blur together for me as the fruity ones end up tasting the same.


I find the same with DavidsTea’s sencha. However, 52teas’ seems to be much better, I’ve found so far!


Yeah! I think the flavoured senchas I’m most consistently impressed with are Tealish’s and Den’s fruit-flavoured ones (the pineapple is the ultimate flavoured sencha!).


I am not familiar with the Sencha that Tealish, Teaopia, or DavidsTea uses, but, I know that 52Teas uses a Chinese Sencha while Den’s uses Japanese, that’s why these two are different from one another…


Japanese sencha seems to be the norm, which I do think works best with most fruit-type flavours. But, sencha is so variable according to freshness that I find companies that take note of this tend to have better blends. If it gets stale then they tend to taste a little dusty and bland, I think. So when I say that I like one sencha base over the other, I typically just find it fresher and crisper as they’re always Japanese aside from 52Teas. The Chinese sencha is interesting, for sure.

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I brewed the rest of this hot and stuck it in the fridge overnight. It still isn’t stunning, but it is substantially better iced than hot. The flavor is now natural strawberry instead of generic berry. The end of the sip is grassy and a touch bitter. I’m willing to chalk the bitterness up to user error. Overall, this makes for a decent iced tea. Thanks to Christina for sending it to me!

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Thanks to Christina for the sample!!
I quite enjoyed this one, as I love the combo of red berries with green tea. There is just something soft n fluffy about it.
Normally I dislike sencha teas but here, its great :)
The green tea blends well with the fruit, creating a nice light tea that would be great iced. Hot, it is still very good, but I need to try it both ways! Good thing I have some left :D

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624 tasting notes

This tea smelled so lovely this morning I had to try it out. The name fit too since it is a nice spring morning today. I am enjoying this tea. It’s a bit antrigent with light fruity strawberry notes. The fruity flavouring is done nicely, not too strong. So subtle – it blends perfectly.
Thanks Christina for this sample. I can see why it was one of your favourites.

Just wanted to add that as this tea cools the strawberry notes really come out. I bet this makes an awesome iced tea.

180 °F / 82 °C 2 min, 30 sec

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Ladies and gentlemen, with this sipdown, I come to the end of an era.

Spring Morning was one of the first loose-leaf teas that I ever bought (probably within the first 10) and it was one of the ones that I made sure to keep in stock. When I found out that Teavana still had it in stock last year, I bought 100 g, and I’ve made sure to make it last.

But now, Teavana no longer carries this tea, and I’ve been saving the precious little leaf I had left out of nostalgia.

No more. For today was the last cup, full of broken leaves and dust.

This really isn’t the best flavoured tea in existence, I know that. But the strawberry and redcurrant together smelled so juicy, and it really was one of the teas that turned me on to loose leaf in general. And I needed to finish it off, or else it would have gone stale and just sat there.

Godspeed, little green leafy friend.

1 tsp 12 OZ / 354 ML

Sad to say goodbye to an old friend. Teaopia had some nice flavoured greens.

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This tea is just lovely. Beautiful balance of the fresh green tea taste and fruity twist of strawberries. Unlike artificially flavoured teas with strawberry, this tea does not steep pink or red and taste bitter, it is just perfect..

185 °F / 85 °C 3 min, 30 sec

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Not my favorite, but definitely an enjoyable tea. The first time I made it, I steeped it wayyyy too long and it was unbearably bitter. But this time is just right and it is pretty enjoyable and very healthy.

175 °F / 79 °C 2 min, 30 sec

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14 tasting notes

This one is really nice. The flavor is subtle but satisfying. I serve it black, and it is nice iced as well.

180 °F / 82 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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