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Pomegranate White Tea

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White Tea
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Edit tea info Last updated by Garrett
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165 °F / 73 °C 4 min, 45 sec

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A refreshing combination of tart fruit and silky white tea (and it’s antioxidant-rich too). Heavenly aroma.

1-2 teaspoons per cup
brew 4-5 minutes

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Sorry it took so long to get around to your sample, Garrett. Many thanks for sending this tea in the mist of end of semester projects/papers/finals/presentations! I decided to go with iced on this this evening as it is over 90 here in IL today. I still have enough left to try this hot another day. I like the lightly tart pomegranate flavor in this white tea. It’s nothing amazingly special, but it is a decent cup of pomegranate white tea. I don’t think it will be something I purchase, but maybe something I choose to drink when I visit Argo again. Happy for the cooling properties in white tea, and in having this cold today:)

Preparation
Iced 4 min, 0 sec

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Felt a little under the weather today, this tea made for a great pick me up. This tea has a nice calming quality to it. It is refreshing and smooth which makes this a great tea to help you relax. This tea is very aromatic with scents of pomegranate and peony. I found that steeping the tea for longer than directed on the bag allow the delicate aromas to develop (I would recommend 6-7 minutes increasing the times for the following brews). And if you do this at a lower temperature it really helps bring out the flavors of this tea without the bitterness of steeping at higher temps. The taste is smooth and buttery, with slight floral notes that have a sweetness to them. The tastes get stronger and more complex with each time you steep this. I definitely will get more of this when I run out of the current supply that I have. I highly recommend this tea.

Preparation
180 °F / 82 °C 6 min, 30 sec

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I’ve had this teat a hadnfull of times now, and I’ve learned that if you over steep it (even if only a bit) it will become VERY bitter. The best results seem to come from 3.5 minuets with a water that is about 175-180 degrees fahrenheit / about 80 degrees celicus.

However, if you don’t over steep the tea it OK. I say “ok” because the fruit flavor can be a bit too much for me.

Preparation
175 °F / 79 °C 3 min, 30 sec

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