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This is the tea you want when a hurricane is bearing down on your dwelling – sweet, light and soothing.

I don’t detect a lot of pear flavor, but I suspect that is what is adding the sweetness.

The package recommendation for steeping was 2-3 minutes. My first try on this was 4 minutes. The color was a little stronger than other white teas I’ve tried, which may be due to the longer steep.

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175 °F / 79 °C 3 min, 45 sec
Jillian

Yikes, I hope you’re safe.

Cynthia Carter

Yes – Weather Channel is making a big drama about this, and we have Jim Cantore out on the beach a few miles from us, but as storms go, we get a lot of summer thunderstorms that are worse than this.

Jillian

Gotta have those obligatory wind-blown reporter shots to put on tv. ;)

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Jillian

Yikes, I hope you’re safe.

Cynthia Carter

Yes – Weather Channel is making a big drama about this, and we have Jim Cantore out on the beach a few miles from us, but as storms go, we get a lot of summer thunderstorms that are worse than this.

Jillian

Gotta have those obligatory wind-blown reporter shots to put on tv. ;)

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