White Pearl of Fujian

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Green White Blend
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185 °F / 85 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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  • “I steeped this a bit longer than maybe recommended with a white tea but it didn’t seem to hurt it, maybe because the delicate whites are mixed with a few different and possibly more resilient...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Sooooo excited to try this one from Blue Teapot as I am very new to Blue Teapot Teas! This one is colorful blend-wise and smells nice and floral and woodsy. I can taste the jasmine and cherry...” Read full tasting note
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    teaequalsbliss 6770 tasting notes
  • “Decided to be a little bold and adventurous today (not really), so I tried blending my White Pearl of Fujian with my plain white Clipper tea. Alone, I found the Clipper tea to be quite tasteless...” Read full tasting note
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    Mookit 110 tasting notes

From Blue Teapot

A wonderfully smooth and subtle treat has apricot-jasmine taste.

Ingredients: white tea China Pai Mu Tan, green tea China -Fog Tea, -Sencha, -Lung Ching, -Gunpowder, -Jasmine, -Jasmine Jade Pearls, flavour, rose blossom leaves, sour cherry bits, jasmine blossoms, orange blossoms, sunflower blossoms.

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13 Tasting Notes

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1859 tasting notes

I steeped this a bit longer than maybe recommended with a white tea but it didn’t seem to hurt it, maybe because the delicate whites are mixed with a few different and possibly more resilient greens in this blend. The apricot flavour is quite strong but there’s a perfumy flavour present aswell, possibly from the the jasmine blossoms.

Preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 4 min, 0 sec
Luthien

In my experience, some white teas can be very forgiving if they’re over-steeped – certainly a lot more than most greens. Other white teas, not so much.

Jillian

Interesting, I figured it would be the other way around since white teas are so young and delicate.

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6770 tasting notes

Sooooo excited to try this one from Blue Teapot as I am very new to Blue Teapot Teas! This one is colorful blend-wise and smells nice and floral and woodsy. I can taste the jasmine and cherry primarily. It has a bit of a woodsy aftertaste. Not what I expected…but then again…not real sure what I WAS expecting…and I am not saying that in a bad way…it’s a tasty tea…the flavor just surprised me, I guess.

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110 tasting notes

Decided to be a little bold and adventurous today (not really), so I tried blending my White Pearl of Fujian with my plain white Clipper tea. Alone, I found the Clipper tea to be quite tasteless except for a distinct sour note. However, it seems to work quite well in this blend. The apricot notes from White Pearl really stand out against the plain background that Clipper provides, and the sourness is almost completely masked. White Pearl also used to be a bit bitter for me, but that problem was mostly resolved in this blend. Two poor quality teas don’t make a great tea together, but these two at least complement each other enough to help the flavour a lot. I think I will be encouraged to finish off these two white teas if I blend them together. :)

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