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Herbal White Blend
Natural Flavours, Natural Pistachio Flavors, Pecans, Pistacho, Rose, Safflower Petals, Shatavari Root, White Tea
Artificial, Astringent, Bitter, Floral, Nuts, Pecan, Pistachio, Rose, Soap, Sweet
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Organic White Tea Pearls, Pecans, Pistachios, Organic Rose Petals, Shatavari, Rose Buds, Safflower Petals, Organic Rose Extract & Pistachio Flavor Extracts

Precious organic hand-rolled white tea pearls from mist-covered mountains with pristine coastal soils dance playfully with the mysteries of elegant Persian love cake—an ancient recipe of sweet rose and intoxicating pistachio meant to romance the palate and the soul. A tea filled with healing properties for balancing beauty, love and lasting friendship.

What is a Persian Love Cake?

Once upon a time in ancient Persia a beautiful young woman fell madly in love with a prince who was unattainable to her “station” in life. Instead of letting her deep feelings of love go unrequited, she baked a magical love cake with Roses & Pistachios in hopes to make him fall in love with her. After receiving the cake from the beautiful stranger, he fell deeply in love with her after just one bite. This tea will bring you the same magical experience with love at first sip.

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15459 tasting notes

Another weekend cuppa that was just delightful! I feel like pistachio is having a BIG moment right now and I’m all about it. That smooth, sweet and nutty flavour is the star of this blend and with the white pearls it comes off in such a gentle and airy way that it almost makes me think of pistachio cotton candy!? The hint of floral rose is also delicious, and of course rose and pistachio are fabulously complimentary together. Very Middle Eastern kind of vibes, like Iranian or Pakistani sweets? Yummy!

Daylon R Thomas

How’d you brew this one? I found it to be particularly tricky to brew.

Roswell Strange

About three or four pearls in a 16oz mug, along with a few of the petals and a hunk of pistachio. About 90C water, and like 5 or so minutes to steep? Maybe longer? I didn’t time the infusion.

Daylon R Thomas

Okay, I’ve done 4 pearls for 8 oz and it’s overpowering. So lowering ratio is a must then!

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1704 tasting notes

I really wanted to love this one, but I had a hard time with it. I’m a libra rising and was excited about the pistachio rose dessert flavor direction.

Trying it out straight, it was actually soapy and astringent. There are numerous people raving on the site, but my tea was very off balance, even with 30 second steeps and no more than a teaspoon. I actually had to add sugar to cut back on the white astringency and cloying, heady flavor.

I haven’t decided on the rating yet, but it’s overpowering compared to the other blends so far. It definitely taps into the fake niceties of the sign, but I feel like I’m missing something. Again, I love the idea and the ingredients in the blend-especially the use of white pearls for the base. However, I taste pistachio paste sitting in a soapy rosed up milk bath. White tea is also a common ingredient in soaps, so….the tea could be adding to the soapy taste too. Is it the cake flavor throwing me off if there is one?

Sugar cut back the astringency and balanced the pistachio and rose together, giving more middle eastern dessert vibes. I really liked it, though again, too cloying for frequent drinking. Anyway, I might change my mind on it. I think I’m using too much leaf, but we’ll see.

Flavors: Artificial, Astringent, Bitter, Floral, Nuts, Pecan, Pistachio, Rose, Soap, Sweet

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