Japanese Wild Cherry

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Fruit Green Blend
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165 °F / 73 °C 2 min, 0 sec 26 oz / 768 ml

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Sencha green tea flavored with candied cherry pieces and rose petals. This combination produces a tempestously sweet infusion.

How to Prepare
Use 1 teaspoon of tea per 8oz of water. Heat water to 175-180 degrees and steep for 1 minute. 2oz of tea equals 25-30 teaspoons.
Sencha green tea, candied cherries and rose petals.

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18 Tasting Notes

545 tasting notes

After the Strawberry Matcha lemonade, I still wanted more green tea. I wasn’t feeling any of my usual green teas so I pulled this one out of the back of the cupboard. I think I could have used more leaf or longer steeping times as it was weaker than I remember. It tasted more of cherries than green tea. I think I just had a odd set of steeps tonight.

2nd steep: 1 min.

175 °F / 79 °C 0 min, 45 sec

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558 tasting notes

Haven’t had this in quite a long time. Needed something green and sweet after dinner tonight, and this did the trick. Steeped 4 tsp in 175ish water for 2 minutes and poured over ice. Iced this has quite the vegetal/hay flavor I like to avoid, maybe a few fresh lemon slices would make it go down faster…but I have no lemons. I can taste the lightly sweet cherry but the grassy green overpowers it. Not bad, just not great. I won’t change the rating as I remember liking this a bit more hot.

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788 tasting notes

1 tsp in make-your-own teabag
hot spigot water
8-12 ounce ceramic mug
2 minutes
1 stick honey
mild, sweet, slightly grassy/vegetal, hints of cherry

I do not love you tea, I wanted to love you so much

if you like smooth green teas that aren’t very vegetal with subtle flavors this is for you


Sorry about your tea, but today, the names of all the teas are catching my eyes – JacquelineM drank Green Snail Spring, Kristin drank China Hairy Crab Oolong, and your tea, Japanese Wild Cherry conjures up visions of Washington, DC – all those lovely cherry trees in bloom during spring by the water!


I know, it sounds so spring pretty pink lovely :) we’re all glad to see the sun apparently?


The name does make it sound like it would be spectacular.


YES YES YES vote YES for sun & spring – even I who like the rain and cozying up with a good book and a great cup of tea – am tired of the dreary days leading up this year’s spring!

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14 tasting notes

A great twist on the classic green tea!

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72 tasting notes

Same as last night, still not “sweet” as much as bitter, so I’ll steep really briefly next time.

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7 tasting notes

You have to be very careful not to over-steep this; the directions are perfect. If you do it correctly, it’s very soothing and will curb that sweet tooth!

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46 tasting notes

One of the only teas in the world I don’t sweeten.

Beautiful rich cherry taste.

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2 tasting notes

One of my favorites from Teavana. A cup of it is sitting on my desk as I type this…

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6 tasting notes

Very drinkable, a bit of fruitiness, not too heavy or overwhelming. But not too light either.

190 °F / 87 °C 5 min, 0 sec 2 tsp 26 OZ / 768 ML

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1 tasting notes

As a stand alone tea, this one is okay but not great. If you still have any try it blended with Jasmine Dragon Phoenix Pearls. I like this combo.

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