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White Cherry Tea Blend from Aromatica

White Cherry Tea Blend from Aromatica


Tea Information:

Leaf Type:  Green & White

Where to Buy:  Amoda Tea

Tea Description:

Don’t fear the strong cherry aroma, it steeps up nicely balanced with subtle
jasmine and rose floral notes. You’ll still taste the earthiness of the white & green teas before the last hit of cherry that lingers.

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Taster’s Review:

The dry leaf of this White Cherry Tea Blend from Aromatica is extremely aromatic.  As the description above suggests, it has a very strong cherry fragrance … it almost smells a bit like cough medicine.  Personally, I’m not one to be put off by that, because, I kind of like cherry flavored cough medicine.  It’s better than unflavored cough medicine, anyway.

But, I don’t want my cherry flavored teas to taste like cough medicine.  So, I remained hopeful that the description is right … and that the tea steeps with a balanced flavor.  Fingers crossed!

Wow!  This tastes very much like cherry!  But it doesn’t taste like a medicinal cherry flavor … it tastes like a sweet, ripe Bing Cherry, bursting with flavor!  Seriously, with my first sip, it was very much like I had just bitten into a juicy cherry.  YUM!

The sips that follow allow the other flavors in the cup to develop on the palate.  I notice hints of jasmine in the distance.  I taste the lush, “green” taste of the green tea, as well as hints of earthiness and hay from the Pai Mu Tan.   The rose starts to come through after my fourth or fifth sip.

This tea definitely tastes more like a green tea than a white tea, but there is a lightness to this too, the white tea has lightened the overall flavor of the cup.  The white tea is not a strong flavor, but it certainly does its part to influence the overall flavor of the cup.

The floral tones are subdued but offer a nice contrast to the sweet cherry flavor.  The cherry offers a sweet overtone, but there are hints of tartness to the cup as well.  The coconut is not a prominent flavor to this cup, but there is a gentle creaminess that I attribute to the coconut.  I like this hint of creaminess … it adds just the right touch to the drink.

Overall, this tea blend really IS well balanced.  Sweet?  Sure.  But there is so much more to it than just sweet cherry flavor.  It is that complexity that makes this tea well worth trying.

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