Jasmine Pink Lemonade

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Green White Blend
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Edit tea info Last updated by Cameron B.
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165 °F / 73 °C 3 min, 30 sec

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  • “Perhaps it’s because DAVIDsTEA’s “Fruity and Floral” collection just launched today and I spent much of the day keeping tabs on people’s first reaction to the teas/teaware – but I’ve been craving...” Read full tasting note
  • “Love the citrusy spark of lemon in your tea? Then Sloane’s Jasmine Pink Lemonade is the tea for you! The flavor of lemonade lingers at the finish of each sip of this tea. This would make a great...” Read full tasting note
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Plucked only during a few short weeks in spring, this Bai Mu Dan white from the Fujian province of China, also known as “white peony”, pairs superbly well with the delicate sweetness of fresh jasmine and an unforgettable pink lemonade finish. A mouth-watering masterpiece that is both succulent and memorable.

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Perhaps it’s because DAVIDsTEA’s “Fruity and Floral” collection just launched today and I spent much of the day keeping tabs on people’s first reaction to the teas/teaware – but I’ve been craving this tea literally all afternoon. So much so that the very first thing I did when I got home, before even taking off my winter coat, was go and get a mug of it started…

I know this one does have the tendency to get bitter quite quickly if not brewed REALLY precisely, so I dropped the water temperature a little lower than I typically would and I also added a smidge of creamed honey to the cup as well. The resulting mug of tea was quite delicious, with a more bright and juicy lemonade note and a very fresh feeling jasmine. No bitterness. It got a little better as it cooled, mostly because colder lemon teas evoke more of that “lemonade” feeling for me whereas hot lemon teas make me think more of Wellness/“Sick” teas.

Good cuppa; craving quenched.

Jlvintagelove

Hey, did you try Lavender swirl and Blackberry Jasmine yet? thoughts?

Roswell Strange

Yes, I’ve had the whole collection! My personal favourite is Grapefruit Rose Starburst, but I also liked Lavender Swirl a lot. I’ll have full tasting notes for the collection up by the weekend at the latest.

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Love the citrusy spark of lemon in your tea? Then Sloane’s Jasmine Pink Lemonade is the tea for you! The flavor of lemonade lingers at the finish of each sip of this tea. This would make a great iced tea, especially with some sugar and fresh lemon slices. If served warm, Jasmine Pink Lemonade tea pairs well with sweet fruit flavored desserts and breads.

Here is my full review of Jasmine Pink Lemonade:
http://thirstyfortea.com/2013/10/12/sloane-tea-merchants-the-perfumery-of-teas/

Preparation
165 °F / 73 °C 3 min, 30 sec

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