Four Seasons Hong KongLoose Leaf Tea | Green
Blended exclusively for the Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong.
Soft floral notes, vanilla
Sweet, graceful character
BLEND NO. 7019
Green tea, vanilla, jasmine, and lavender
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Golden jasmine blossoms unite with French lavender and soft vanilla to perfume estate green tea. Reminiscent of the fragrant harbour; a philosophy of east meets west.
About This Blend
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For Four Seasons Hong Kong
Estate grade Chinese Green Tea.
There is a subtle creamy sweetness from the Madagascar Vanilla Bean.
Four Seasons Hong Kong Custom Tea Blend is a blend of Chinese Estate Green Tea, Madagascar Vanilla Bean, Golden Jasmine Blossoms, and French Lavender. You could use it, but it would honestly be a a waste of a very good tea that you can enjoy on it's own, without any milk or sugar added to it. Plus it wouldn't give you the flavor profile of a typical Hong Kong Milk Tea. Hong Kong Milk Tea is best prepared with fanning cut (fine cut) Ceylon Orange Pekoe as you want a very strong black tea flavor to hold up with the evaporated and condensed milk ingredients.
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Nice green tea with great notes of vanilla
The tea is incredibly smooth and delectable
The vanilla scent this tea gives off in combination with the natural green tea smell, makes for a beautiful aroma. The presentation of the product was very, very nice especially with this being my first order from Tea Leaves. All in all, this really rose my expectations for tea. Only thing left to do is for me to learn how to make tea better.