Honeyed Apricots and Almonds Chun Mee

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Green Tea
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Almonds, Green Tea, Honeysuckle, Jasmine, Natural Flavours
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From A Quarter to Tea

From our Spring Collection, this tea is available from March to June

This blend is fruity and sweet with almond, honey, apricot and a touch of jasmine.

2-4 minutes at 175F

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Sipdown! 25/365

I actually couldn’t tell what the base was here – good thing I accidentally let the water cool more than intended, since it’s a green! Anyhow, this was a pretty pleasant tea, although I would never have guessed apricots or almonds. However, there is a distinct honey note. It’s actually fairly good, especially for a green – the chun mee smokiness likely plays a part there. Anyhow, I’d have to try this again fresh to see if I can pick up on the listed flavours – I particularly enjoy apricot in teas so would have loved to have felt that here! I must have drank the first half of the packet some time ago, and though I don’t really remember what I thought, I likely wasn’t wowed then either.

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I feel like this is leaning a bit more towards almond than apricot. The jasmine gives the flavor a bit of sharpness. Definitely an interesting blend.

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This is one pretty tea and it is quite aptly named. It has the typical honey flavor of A Quarter to Tea blends but also has a lot of lovely apricot notes and almond that sits on the tip of your tongue.

Check out my full review here: http://sororiteasisters.com/2017/08/30/honeyed-apricots-and-almonds-chun-mee-from-a-quarter-to-tea/

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