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Tea type: flower tea

Brand: Teasenz

How to prepare it: 3-4 minutes, 100°C (212 °F)

Dry scent:

It's really a strong, thick scent. At first there is a huge sweetness with a few salty hints, let me say sweet-and-sour in a certain sense, but not literally. Sometimes its sweetness recalls to hay. At the end some herbal and flower notes arise sorrounded by an interesting woody background.

Liquor's colour:

Reddish orange.

Liquor's scent:

Truly gentle and smooth, with herbal notes

typical af green teas and flower hints at the end.


Really smooth and light, as its last scent, but with strong flowery notes - jasmine and maybe also osmantus - and herbal hints. Really consistent to is scent. There is also a strong background sweetness and beside its smoothness it quite full-bodied. It leaves a slightly astringent afterstate made up on jasmine.


Seeing a flower blooming in your teapot is always beatiful, even if it tends to float a little bit. A light, but resolute taste of flower and green tea make this tea perfect in the afternoon.

My score is: 8/10


You can "store" the bloomed flower tea up to five days into a glass filled with cold water.

Water must be changed daily.


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