Arabian Nights

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From Tin Roof Teas

Jasmine, sunflower and rose enchant your senses. It isn’t difficult to imagine a thousand more cups as lovely as the very first.

Ingredients: Green tea from China and black teas from India, Ceylon and China blended with sunflower, jasmine, rose blossoms, and natural flavor.

Preparation: 3 grams tea leaves (1 heaping teaspoon) per 8 oz. cup of filtered, boiling water. Allow to brew 2 minutes.

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I met a dear friend for lunch today and she was so sweet to bring me samples of several teas she just bought at TRT. This is one I had my eye on to try for a while but haven’t gotten around to it yet since there are probably ten on the list every time I go!

I am pretty sure this is a Teageschwender tea since they have a tea of the same name and identical description. This reminds me of the fine French teas which are perfumed with so many floral scents.

I would love this in my room, in my closet, in my chest of drawers scenting my clothes. I am not sure I would want to drink it often, though it is quite nice. It is just a bit too perfumed for me. Perhaps with food or cake and a friend to chat with it would be right over the top and I would adore it, but as of right now, I don’t desire to go buy this. I would recommend it to anyone who loves floral teas that make your pinky hoist itself into the air on its own.

It is possible that I also need to play with the parameters a bit, as black and green blends can be a little touchy. There is a little bite of astringency, like lemon, that I think is the main thing making me not fall in love with this one, though I do think it is a very good tea.

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“Another Traveling Tea Box?!?!”

Ooh! I love floral teas that don’t taste like potpourri! This one is very nice! I can definitely taste the rose and jasmine. It’s lightly sweet too.


Yay floral teas! That’s one of the only kinds of flavored teas I can stand. I feel like I need to start accumulating some for when I feel like a happy afternoon tea…


You should check out rose violet calendula oolong by Butiki. It is beautiful. It’s the first floral tea I liked!

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