Really Goethe

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Green Tea, Jasmine Flowers, Lemon Myrtle, Rose Petals
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Award Winning Blend! Divinely fragrant like a celestial wind from the blue heavens wafting jasmine, myrtle & rose easing effortlessly into sweet green tea.

Really Goethe was awarded Third Place in the North American Tea Championship in the Blended Green Tea category (2013).

4 oz. box makes approx. 50 cups
1 lb. bulk bag makes approx. 180 cups
.5 oz. Sample makes approx. 4 cups

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Happy Monday everyone, I feel absolutely awful, when I go to the Rheumatologist next week I am going to have to have a long conversation on why the medication he gave me stopped working and why I keep progressively feeling worse. Despite the pain I am in a good mood, I feel creative and inspired to do crafty things, a positive outlook (and copious amounts of tea) does make things better in the long run.

Today’s Tea is SerendipiTea’s Really Goethe, an award winning tea inspired by famous writer, philosopher, and scientist Johann Wolfgang von Goethe. This tea blends together Chinese Green Tea, Jasmine Petals, Laurel, Lemon Myrtle, and Rose Petals for a very pretty looking pile of leaves. The aroma is very floral and refreshing, with notes of heady roses and jasmine and a strong citrus note from the lemon myrtle. There are hints of honey sweetness and fresh vegetation as well.

The brewed tea has a nice zing of lemon myrtle, it is a fascinating scent blending the aroma of fresh lemon and a touch of crushed leaves. There are also hints of roses and jasmine with a touch of honey. The liquid is gently sweet and herbaceous with accompanying notes of roses and lemon myrtle.

Tasting the tea, it is quite delicate and refreshing, it blends the taste of fresh herbs and vegetation, floral notes and a bright citrus. It starts unassuming with the green notes and then transitions to roses and jasmine (like journeying from stem to blossom) and then finishes with lemon and a sweet, flower nectar aftertaste. This tea is really good on a day when you want something flavorful while not being overpowering, something that is gentle on the senses.

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Good that you keep a positive attitude, hope you get better though…


Thank you, I really hope so too…it gets rather old.


Tea sounds good, pain does not.

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