Tea type
Fruit Green Blend
Ingredients
Cranberry, Papaya, Pineapple, Rose Petals, Sencha
Flavors
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Caffeine
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Edit tea info Last updated by Martin Bednář
Average preparation
180 °F / 82 °C 2 min, 0 sec 10 oz / 300 ml

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  • “I decided to give my tastebuds a little surprise this morning and instead of bagged builders tea, I made a tumbler of this little treat Martin sent a while back. (A fruity green tea for breakfast?...” Read full tasting note
  • “While it comes to green teas, I prefer them plain or some simple flavours as mint, lemon, jasmine… but usually fruits are quite miss for me. Anyway, I took this one and it has got a wonderful...” Read full tasting note
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Dream away with a delicious cup of Bos Beautea tea. Imagine yourself in a Japanese forest with flowers, cherries, cranberries and green tea fields. You’re blossoming!

This blend is specially designed for Bos Beauty. And exclusively for sale at Bosbeauty.nl and in the Yourdailyteacup webshop.

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2904 tasting notes

I decided to give my tastebuds a little surprise this morning and instead of bagged builders tea, I made a tumbler of this little treat Martin sent a while back. (A fruity green tea for breakfast? said my tastebuds. What manner of mischief is this?)

It’s good mischief. It had been a while since I’d read the description, and it was 7 a.m., so at first, I couldn’t pick anything out except the rose. The remaining fruits blend together into a sweet, little-kid mishmash; no tartness. Remember the first two chews of Fruit Stripe gum before it lost its flavor? That.

ashmanra

Ooooo, yes, those first two chews were amazing. When Ashman was little, he called it Fruit-Fried Gum. Sad they couldn’t make that taste last.

Martin Bednář

I actually forgot I sent you a bit of this as well :D
Glad you liked it.

gmathis

It falls in the category I call “tea party tea,” which isn’t a slur … tea party tea is sweet and friendly and my Sunday girls would drink it. (Not sure if I’m willing to share the rest with them, though! ;)

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While it comes to green teas, I prefer them plain or some simple flavours as mint, lemon, jasmine… but usually fruits are quite miss for me.

Anyway, I took this one and it has got a wonderful tropical aroma, a cubes of pineapple and probably the papaya; also red-pink pieces of cranberries are in the blend too, it looks visually very nice as well.

As of flavours, I don’t remember much from tea itself, but there were those tropical fruits there with little tartness of cranberry. Certainly a tea that is very nice, though… getting through 50 grams will be a bit challenge for me. Well, maybe I will put a bit into TTB one day.

Preparation
180 °F / 82 °C 2 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 10 OZ / 300 ML

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