LOVE AT FIRST SIGHT
Tea type: flower tea
How to prepare it: 3-4 minutes, 100°C (212 °F)
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.
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.