Stone Fruit White Tea

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180 °F / 82 °C 2 min, 30 sec 2 g 6 oz / 192 ml

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April 15, 2013

Stone fruits are so named because they have a large pit in their centers. They include peaches, plums, apricots, nectarines and cherries–in other words, a cornucopia of yumminess, all of which is represented in this blend.

Thanks to my very supportive wife for the idea for this blend. She’s something of a stone fruit herself–soft on the outside but with a solid core of stubbornness on the inside. I guess I’m kind of bristly on the outside and all mushy inside, so I suppose we’re a match. In the words of the immortal Blues Brothers, I’m “Crazy ’bout her / That hard headed woman of mine.”

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603 tasting notes

The dry leaf aroma is fruity heaven! Wow! It’s hard to discern a particular fruit, but to me it smells like peaches and cherries. Mmm!

I brewed it up and when the water hit the leaves, there was another whoosh of sweet, fruity aroma. But once infused, the aroma was muuuuch quieter. What happened? Did I not use enough leaf? I’ve always found Bai Mu Dan leaves difficult to measure correctly.

The taste will be the tie-breaker. Hmm, I probably could have used more leaf. LOL! Oh well. What I’m getting from this cup is still delicious! Just not as assertive as I’d like. The white base pairs perfectly with these fruits. The flavor profile is very different from the Forest Berry Silver Needle from a while back. The fruit here is perfectly representative of the fruits themselves. It doesn’t taste like I’m drinking a flavored tea. Instead it tastes like I’m drinking a white tea mixed with 100% real fruit juice!

This is absolutely delicious! Peach, cherry, and plum are the fruit that stand out the most for me. But that’s mostly because I’m not sure what a nectarine or apricot really tastes like. The fruits blend very well together and create a symphony in my mouth. There’s no bitterness or astringency to speak of.

This has instantly become a new favorite! I’m so glad I decided to give it a shot. Now if only I could sit around all day and enjoy this tea, but I’m off to work! In the travel mug it goes!

180 °F / 82 °C 2 min, 0 sec

sounds yummy!


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This one is YUMMY iced. I think I prefer it iced versus hot (although it’s good hot too, however, I didn’t really like it when it was fresh from the teapot, piping hot. The flavors need a few minutes cool time to develop.)

Once the flavors do develop, though, this is a very juicy, fruity, sweet tea. The white tea brings a nice earthiness to the cup. I like the different fruits in here. I taste the peach, nectarine and apricot strongest, and the cherry gives a nice tartness to the tea. The plum comes through too.


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75 tasting notes

I am excited to be the first to review this new tea. I hope I can do it justice. First of all, the tea smells really fruity and has some large pieces of fruit in it. After one whiff, my daughter proclaimed: “I want to try that one Mom” and she doesn’t want to try new things very often. When she tried it, she said it was yummy and asked if I would make an iced pitcher of it just for her. To me, it tastes like a juicy mouthful of plums and peaches that is well supported by the white tea base.

180 °F / 82 °C 2 min, 15 sec

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67 tasting notes

This is a perfect tea for this time of year. The moment I opened this tea I was instantly hit with a strong refreshing peach scent. Once brewed I found that the peach flavor continued to be the dominate flavor however at the back of the palate a sweet plum note came through as well. I tried my first cup hot which was absolutely scrumptious but given the blend and recent nice weather I HAD to try this over ice. In doing so I found that the overall flavor profile changed so that some of the more subtle notes in the background came through and were not as overshadowed by the peach when enjoyed hot. All in all, this is a delightful refreshing tea.

185 °F / 85 °C 2 min, 30 sec

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118 tasting notes

Heaping 1/2 tablespoon for ~8 oz water.

Dry leaf smells strongly of plums & fuzzy peaches (yes, the smell was fuzzy), maybe a little bit bubblegum-y. While steeping, white tea & cherry fragrances come forth. This is one of those teas that seems more aromatic than flavored to me, so I added a little glug of agave, which gave it a gentle sort of honeyed fruity taste. Withholding rating until I figure out the best way to steep this one.

180 °F / 82 °C 2 min, 0 sec

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11 tasting notes

Served: Hot
Amount: 1.5 tsp
Brewed In: 10 oz
Cup Size: 10.5 oz mug
Sweetener: stevia in the raw
Temp: 175
Steep Time: 3 min
Method: Finum paper tea filter

Decided to steep this longer & lower to try to get more of the flavor from the pieces of dried fruit. Not sure if it worked since I can’t pick up any distinctive flavor – just a jumble of fruit.

I’ll have to try again with the normal 185 temp & shorter time & see if I get a better taste because right now it just seems bland to me without any one flavor noticeable over the other.

Of course this could all be because I’ve been fighting a head cold for 10 days now, but I’ll try again once I’m through with this bug.

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UPDATE: As the cup sat a few more minutes, cooling off to probably around 140, suddenly the taste changed for me. It came across more mellow, less jumbled & more individually pronounced. Went from “meh” to “hmm”.


175 °F / 79 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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483 tasting notes

This is an old sample. I think this is one that came from a box from LiberTeas awhile back. Why I am not just trying this I am not sure. Tonight this is really hitting the spot. Light very fruity and definitely stone fruit. It is slightly sweet. I actually liked it more when it was hot, now as it cools I am thinking about heating it back up. A good cup for tonight.

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1773 tasting notes

Thank you CHAroma! Another one I’ve wanted to try! White tea and stone fruits! The white tea looks like a bai mu dan this time around. One teaspoon went in the infuser so I could revisit the other teaspoon later. The fruit flavor is definitely present. It would be lovely if every stone fruit imaginable was here, but to me I’m tasting apricot and plum… it’s reminding me of the Sugar Plum blend a little bit! The white tea has plenty of flavor too: lemony, bright, a little creamy, fresh and a little syrupy sweet. I’d just love it if I could actually see a few more fruit pieces in the blend. The second steep is even tastier… though the actual fruit may have disappeared a little bit, maybe because of the longer steep time or because the white tea is so full of flavor itself. Very nice blend and very glad I was able to try it!
Steep #1 // 30 min after boiling // 55 second steep
Steep #2 // 25 min after boiling // 1 1/2 – 2 1/2 min steep

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184 tasting notes

Tea #5 from Another Traveling Tea Box?!?!?!

I’d buy this one. In a heartbeat. I know I under-leafed it (because that is all that was left), but I’m tasting all these fruits that I really like, on the delicate white tea base. I’m pretty sure that I like white tea a lot, and I love all the fruits, and this tea just marries everything together. Just a really fabulous, light tea.

3 min, 0 sec 0 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML

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269 tasting notes

TTB 11: This one smells very nice and fruity dry. However, I think I may have underleafed. I can taste the white tea some, but everything is very weak

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