Wedding Green Tea

Tea type
Green Tea
Ingredients
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Flavors
Floral, Grapes, Grass, Muscatel, Perfume, Rose, Smooth, Sweet, Vegetal, Green
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Caffeine
Medium
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Edit tea info Last updated by Cameron B.
Average preparation
185 °F / 85 °C 4 min, 45 sec 6 oz / 177 ml

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  • “Happy Easter! Where we are, Easter Sunday is more often sullen, soggy, and cold than it is sunny, cloudless, and dry. My poor little fifth grade girls wandered in to class today with their...” Read full tasting note
  • “The moment I opened the package, a strong scent of fruity grape overcomes me. It took me awhile to identify the scent.. is it some berry scent? or is it pomegranate? After a moment i concluded it’s...” Read full tasting note
    94
  • “I admit, I pulled this one out to try mostly to get it over with. Going by the description, it seems to be a floral green tea with rose. I really don’t like rose, so I was not anticipating...” Read full tasting note
    78
  • “This is one of my favourite teas – if only it was easier to obtain! Upon opening the package, there is a wonderful scent of kyoho grapes. Drinking this tea makes me feel like I’m eating kyoho grapes.” Read full tasting note
    90

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A blissful floral green tea blend filled with the sweet aroma of golden marigold, pink rose, cornflower petals.

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2361 tasting notes

Happy Easter! Where we are, Easter Sunday is more often sullen, soggy, and cold than it is sunny, cloudless, and dry. My poor little fifth grade girls wandered in to class today with their sleeveless dresses and flip flops, blue from the chill! (You’d like this bunch. They’re rowdy, noisy, hilarious, and smart. )

So a warm beverage is definitely in order this afternoon.

By all rights, my packet of this should be exhausted and tasteless. But it must be made with pixie dust, because every time I unearth it from the bottom of my green tea menagerie, it smells fruity and sweet, and still tastes a little cotton candy-ish and a little fruit punchy. Perfect for the day.

Be joyful, whatever kind of sky is above you today.

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The moment I opened the package, a strong scent of fruity grape overcomes me. It took me awhile to identify the scent.. is it some berry scent? or is it pomegranate? After a moment i concluded it’s a grape scent, but strange thing was, grape was not a part of this tea! I was not expecting such a sweet fruity scent but since I generally enjoy fruit infusion tea, I really liked it. When dry it’s a light brown tea leaves with strands of cornflowers inside a triangle tea bag. When I brew it, the fruity grape scent remains just as intense and it filled the whole room with it’s beautiful fragrance. In my humble opinion, it’s not possible to over-brew this tea.. even if i soaked it in the teacup for a prolonged period, the darkest it gets is a light golden brew…

This is not a sweeten tea, but when I drink it, i felt there was a subtle hint of sweetness (most likely from its scent) with a touch of dry mouthfeel from the green tea. Very unique and enjoyable blend. Highly recommended!

Preparation
195 °F / 90 °C 8 min or more

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I admit, I pulled this one out to try mostly to get it over with. Going by the description, it seems to be a floral green tea with rose. I really don’t like rose, so I was not anticipating enjoying this one.

However, I was shocked when I opened the sachet wrapper and such a strong and sweet grape scent wafted out! I see now that “muscat” is mentioned in the tasting notes on the back of the wrapper, but since the word “floral” is plastered everywhere I didn’t notice. The scent reminds me of Lupicia’s red grape teas, like Jingle Bells and Yamabudo (or grape Hi-Chews). Steeped this according to the recommended parameters.

Yum, this is tasty! The bright red grape is definitely the strongest note, and it’s very juicy and mouthwatering. There are definitely some floral undertones, and it’s a tad perfumey but not overwhelming. I think rose is among the flowers, though I can’t identify any others. I can taste the base tea just a little bit, and it has a sencha-like sweet grassy flavor with a bit of a vegetal quality.

Overall, so pleasantly surprised by this one. I was expecting floral overload and it’s not that at all, the floral is a nice accent to this sweet grapey tea. :)

Flavors: Floral, Grapes, Grass, Muscatel, Perfume, Rose, Smooth, Sweet, Vegetal

Preparation
160 °F / 71 °C 1 min, 30 sec 6 OZ / 177 ML
gmathis

Yep! Agreed. Mine is old enough the grape flavor has dwindled a bit, but still good!

Cameron B.

It’s definitely a strongly flavored tea, so I’m sure it’s still yummy! :D

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This is one of my favourite teas – if only it was easier to obtain!
Upon opening the package, there is a wonderful scent of kyoho grapes. Drinking this tea makes me feel like I’m eating kyoho grapes.

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 5 min, 0 sec

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An interesting blend of flowers and green tea.

As soon as I opened the packaging, a burst of sweet flowery smells greeted me. I think that if they made a candle with this fragrance, it would be popular.

I do think that the green tea leaves that are paired with these flowers is a bit too strong. If the green tea they chose was a bit smoother, and didn’t leave a pungent bitter taste/smell, I would rate this at least 10 points higher.

Otherwise, this is an above average tea.

Preparation
185 °F / 85 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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For me this tea was not as exciting as the Orchid Green Tea from the same brand. Granted, the leaves (green tea, cornflower, marigold and bits of rose petals) are high quality and they’re very pretty to look at whether dry or steeped. However, I felt like the fragrance was a little too all over the place. It smells like a mixture of bunch of flowers and fruits that I can’t pinpoint which sort of note, and to my taste it didn’t go well with green tea leaves. Somebody titled this “Korean Wedding Green Tea” but this is just a Wedding green tea blend and the flower petals used in this blend are not traditionally Korean culinary ingredients.

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