One of my favorites in the green tea sampler I ordered. I don’t like strong, grassy greens, so this one fits me very well, especially with a dash of honey.
“Trying to get around to reviewing things that I’ve neglected lately, so I finally opened this sampler package. Delicate looking fluffy greens, aroma of sweet clover. I just took the last...” Read full tasting note
“I wasn’t looking to add a tasting note when I decided to make this. The downside of my Zojirushi is that once my temp is set to 175, I really have a hard time justifying bumping it up to 205...” Read full tasting note
“So I just returned from the gym and a hard core workout that was fueled by some dark Yorkshire Harrogate which I am so in love with. But I needed a green soft tea for my palette and I chose this...” Read full tasting note
“The leaves smell perfect – that buttery toast scent. And I love how cute and curled and twisted the leaves are. I smelled the liquor as it was brewing – it went through a couple...” Read full tasting note
Green tea (do not be confused by its name) that grows along the slopes of the Taimu mountains in the Fujian province of China. The young leaves and unopened buds are carefully gathered and processed exclusively by hand. The result is a tea that appears intricately woven with large and beautiful white tips. It produces a very light cup that is noticeably sweet, and infused with a fresh, delicate scent.
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This is a very refreshing,very light white tea. I relly can’t believe that it was so cheap! The directions on the package say to let it steep for two minutes, but because I like my tea strong I tend to let it go for three.
I often use this as my middle of the day or evening tea.
I’ve found that when White Monkey is served to geusts (even non-tea snobs) they enjoy it and often ask me what it is, and where I got it.
Overall: I find that this is a geat whtie tea for a unbeatable price, and I highly recommend it.
When I use the lose tea I find that I can steep the same leafs three times, however they lose their ability to really get the job done after that.