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Pink Sonoma Wine Infused White Tea from Red Leaf Tea

Pink Sonoma Wine Infused White Tea from Red Leaf Tea

Tea Information:

Leaf Type:  White

Where to Buy:  Red Leaf Tea

Tea Description:

We are proud to introduce our newest wine infused tea, the Pink Sonoma!

Thoroughly saturated with the flavor of a light cabernet, Pink Sonoma is based on the sweetness of a strong white tea. We have given this base a powerful floral aroma and body by adding a good measure of rose petals, as well as a light touch of jasmine. Try steeping Pink Sonoma in boiling water for a little over two minutes, at a ration of one teaspoon tea leaf each five ounces of water.

Learn more about this tea here.

Taster’s Review:

I know I’ve said on many occasions that I’m not a big wine drinker.  My husband has been trying a few wines lately and has been enjoying them, and is trying to get me back in to wine (I used to drink them more some years ago, but now I prefer my tea, thank you very much!)   But I must say that if I were given a glass of wine and I took a sip and it tasted like this, I’d happily finish the glass and might even consider another.

This is a beautifully floral tasting tea – I like that it’s floral but it isn’t overdone.  Notes of rose with hints of jasmine add a lovely sweetness to the cup without tasting perfume-y or soapy.  These floral notes accent the wine notes as well as the flavor of the white tea.

The wine is pleasant, with fruit tones – a soft grape, maybe a hint of apple in there.  Crisp and enjoyable, a flavor that seems to glide over the palate easily.

The white tea is not overpowered by these flavors, either.  It is a soft taste, not vegetative, exactly, and not of hay or other notes that I often taste with white tea … it just tastes of white tea – soft and delicate.

Served hot, this tea has an agreeable flavor, but I think I prefer it iced.  Even though the weather is such that I seldom enjoy iced tea right now, after trying this one hot, I decided I’d let it cool and try it iced.  And I must say, this is so much more refreshing chilled.  The fruit notes really pop, and the overall cup is very sweet and flavorful … this is one I might stock up on when the warm weather returns!

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