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I have had an opportunity to try many Rosevear Tea teas in the past few months as I purchased their advent calendar. I’m just finishing up the last few days of the calendar now as I was away the days leading up to Christmas. I think that my favourite teas from the calendar were the green teas just like this Jasmine Blossom that I am currently drinking. There’s a buttery tone to the tea and you can tell that a decent green tea was used even though it is flavoured. Jasmine is well-balanced, sweet, and floral. Slightly vegetal on the aftertaste.
Flavors: Floral, Jasmine, Sweet, Vegetal
The idea behind the flavour combination is lovely- green, white, and vanilla. The white tea in this seems to come out a bit bitter and not very distinct as a note in the brew. I wish that this sencha (which seems to be used in many Rosevear Tea blends) wasn’t always used for these flavoured teas- I find it to be pretty boring as it would not be able to stand on its own. I really do like the vanilla flavouring in here. It gives a nice sweetness and ties the other flavours together.
Great combination of flavours. The green tea pairs very nicely with the spearmint. There is a slight dull bitter edge but I think that is just part of the characteristic of the gunpowder tea. I really appreciate being able to taste the green tea properly in this blend- nice to see the actual tea able shine in this brew. The slight savoury smokiness of the gunpowder lends a very nice quality.
Flavors: Smoke, Spearmint
Great combination of flavours with the orange, vanilla, and rooibos. I am very impressed that the hibiscus is expertly-blended (not overpowering) in this brew and gives an authentic citrus feel. This would probably be amazing as a cold-brewed beverage.
Flavors: Orange, Tart, Vanilla
Relatively mild chai flavouring which is balanced nicely with the green tea flavour. The green tea itself tastes rather bland with just a hint of deep vegetal flavour at the end of sip. I really like the warming cinnamon and ginger notes in here and they pair very nicely with the green tea.