Tea type
Fruit Green Blend
Ingredients
Not available
Flavors
Cardamom, Dry Grass, Floral, Grass, Lychee, Rose, Sweet
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Caffeine
Decaffeinated
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Average preparation
175 °F / 79 °C 2 min, 0 sec 12 oz / 354 ml

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From The Silk Tea Co.

Glow with each sip

Inspired by the roses that bloom in Morocco and the seemingly infinite expanse of the desert, this elegant, rose-infused decaffeinated green tea is kissed with the scent of vanilla. The blend itself is visually stunning with its rose petals and whole toasted Sencha green tea leaves. Unwind and luxuriate in the sophistication of this elixir while the antioxidant-rich brew empowers your metabolism. Stay focused without the caffeine overload. This delicious, healthful tea can help you achieve a dreamy glow with a nourished, hydrated complexion. Smile, sip, and repeat. The world is your oyster — so many positive possibilities await you.

Ingredients
Desert Rose features CO2 decaffeinated Sencha green tea, roses, lychee, peony petals, cardamom, and flavors. Exclusively blended in Europe with premium ingredients from around the world. Founded and packed in the USA.

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I was really unsure if I would like the flavour and, truthfully, I only got it because it was part of a sampler that had the four other teas I was most curious in trying. In general I don’t gravitate towards green teas and decaf teas also wildly uninterest me. Plus, rose green tea isn’t really reinventing the wheel in anyway…

With that said, it’s a pretty surprisingly nice and flavourful tea! Floral forward for sure, so definitely not something I’d recommend to people who aren’t confident in their love of rose teas. However, it’s also very sweet, lush and fresh – definitely in part from that sweet (and also naturally floral) lychee addition to the blend. Perhaps the most interesting element to me is the addition of cardamom. I’ve absolutely experienced cardamom and rose together and that’s a flavour that I enjoy a lot – but I would have never thought to combine cardamom and lychee and that duo is exciting to me! Very complimentary in that the cardamom really makes the sweetness of the lychee stand out.

Overall, this is definitely my least favourite of the collection I ordered but it was still pleasant and something I don’t anticipate struggling to finish off in any way.

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“An Ode to Tea” Alphabet Challenge – D

Okay, so I’m almost guaranteed not to like this one, it being a rose blend and all, but I figured it deserves a chance. So here it is for my alphabet tea today!

Yeah, no. I mean, it’s not awful, it doesn’t taste like perfume. But it’s very heavy on the rose. I do get some hints of lychee and cardamom, I think. But mostly it’s lush roses.

Into the rehoming box!

Flavors: Cardamom, Dry Grass, Floral, Grass, Lychee, Rose, Sweet

Preparation
175 °F / 79 °C 2 min, 0 sec 2 tsp 12 OZ / 354 ML

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