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White Peony

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  • “Training was over early, and my boss let me leave early, too! Headed to Cuppa for some relaxation and tea. This is a rather robust white tea, much richer/thicker than the other white teas that...” Read full tasting note
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  • “I've only had a handful of unflavored whites, so I can't really say how this compares to other bai mu dan teas, but I like it quite a bit. It's my evening tea; enough caffeine to satisfy the...” Read full tasting note
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Our organic white peony tea is only harvested for a few weeks each year in the northern district of Fujian, China. The process of white tea is quite minimal which includes drying and withering almost immediately after picking. The secrets of the teas withering process varies from region to region in Fujian and depends on climate conditions and family traditions. This prized tea is hand picked bringing only two leaves and a bud form under strict standards passed down from the Ming Dynasty Our organic white peony has many buds and is fresher and sweeter than most white teas.

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Art of Tea is a tea importer and wholesaler based in Los Angeles, California. We hand blend and custom craft the world’s finest organic teas and botanicals. Our teas are carefully selected directly from growers, each one offering a unique story.

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902 tasting notes

Training was over early, and my boss let me leave early, too! Headed to Cuppa for some relaxation and tea.

This is a rather robust white tea, much richer/thicker than the other white teas that I’ve had. It is flowery, but in a honey-sweet way. It’s also got a bit of nuttiness to it, but that might just be me. It’s probably not one I’ll keep at home, but I’ll definitely be having more of it.

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Meghann M

I wish I had a store like cup near me where I could try such a variety of teas. We just have starbucks where I live.

Jaime

There’s always hope!! Cuppa only opened this past March/April. Before that, we had a few coffee shops that served tea (in bags) close to campus (where parking isn’t the best, and seating is at a premium), but nothing like Cuppa. I just hope it doesn’t go away anytime!

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I’ve only had a handful of unflavored whites, so I can’t really say how this compares to other bai mu dan teas, but I like it quite a bit. It’s my evening tea; enough caffeine to satisfy the addiction, but not enough to keep me awake half the night. In the cup, it has a delicate floral scent, perhaps a little powdery; the sip tastes every bit as delicate, but adds a grassy note. Its warm, smooth, and a pleasant end to my day.

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