White Blueberry

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Fruit White Blend
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180 °F / 82 °C 2 min, 30 sec 6 oz / 177 ml

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  • “*Tea #37 from HHTTB2* First impressions: There's a lot of stems in here, and I wish I could see big chunky blueberries. But alas. The blueberry flavor is mediocre. It's definitely blueberry, but...” Read full tasting note
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  • “I went to the mall last night (bathing suit shopping...don't wanna talk about it, UGH!) and noticed a NEW little locally owned coffee/tea shop with cute tea pots in the window! So of course I had...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Another teaspoon taken from the HHRound#2 teabox. No blueberries in the dry blend and really no flavor of blueberry to speak of. But the white tea itself is alright. I wouldn't usually choose to...” Read full tasting note
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  • “_From HHTTB2_ Huh... I'm not getting any berry from this. I just get generic sweetness. I thought about adding a little sugar to see if that would bring the berry flavor out, but this tea is...” Read full tasting note
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    Veronica 680 tasting notes

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Tea #37 from HHTTB2

First impressions: There’s a lot of stems in here, and I wish I could see big chunky blueberries. But alas.

The blueberry flavor is mediocre. It’s definitely blueberry, but it’s also just a little floral, bordering on soapy. The base is very faint, but definitely has a pretty typical White Peony type flavor — a little sweet, a little hay.

Definitely drinkable, but not preferable.

Preparation
175 °F / 79 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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I went to the mall last night (bathing suit shopping…don’t wanna talk about it, UGH!) and noticed a NEW little locally owned coffee/tea shop with cute tea pots in the window! So of course I had to check it out ;)

Anyway they had a bunch of VERY reasonably priced bulk looseleaf teas so I picked up a couple. I got this one and also a “wellness” herbal blend with chamomile, mint, echinacea and licorice root.

This tea looks like a kinda stemmy white peony tea. The blueberry flavor is not bad! Not miraculous but very drinkable. I’m planning on making this one a regular iced tea staple over the summer since it was so cheap! I’m drinking it hot right now but I think it’d be really good over ice :)

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Another teaspoon taken from the HHRound#2 teabox. No blueberries in the dry blend and really no flavor of blueberry to speak of. But the white tea itself is alright. I wouldn’t usually choose to steep up a white tea unless it is something special (like the California Tea House – Melon Yogurt I sipped yesterday). This is okay – maybe too much traveling in the teabox, since someone else could actually notice the blueberry. Hints of cucumber in the first sips. Not terrible but not much to say about it either.

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From HHTTB2

Huh… I’m not getting any berry from this. I just get generic sweetness. I thought about adding a little sugar to see if that would bring the berry flavor out, but this tea is pretty sweet on its own. I’d have no problem drinking this if someone gave me a cup, but if we played a guess-the-name-of-this-tea game I’d lose.

Preparation
170 °F / 76 °C 2 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 6 OZ / 177 ML

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