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Cream Earl Grey White

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  • “I tend to make large pots of this one. I don't get much vanilla here, but there is a very nice balance between all the flavors that keeps me drinking it all day long, and it's reasonably priced...” Read full tasting note
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From Capital Teas

When quality Pau Mu Tan white tea is blended to perfection with trace cream highlights and oil of bergamot, the resulting cup is both smooth and refreshing. Add a touch of sweeting to this wonderful elixir and you have a perfect afternoon light pick-me-up cup of tea. Its golden hue and delightfully light bergamot flavor will make this one of your favorite lighter teas to enjoy.

Health Benefits:
Great Source of Antioxidants, which have been shown to lower the risk of heart disease
Has been shown to protect against certain types of cancer
White Tea has been shown to reduce cholesterol
May decrease blood pressure
White Tea contains about 1% of the caffeine level of coffee
Ingredients:

Pau Mu Tan White Tea, bergamot oil, natural flavors

Brewing Instructions:

Hot Tea: use 1.5 tsp. of tea per 6 ounces of water. Heat water to 175 °F and steep for 3-4 minutes. If bolder flavor is desired, increase the amount of tea used.

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I tend to make large pots of this one. I don’t get much vanilla here, but there is a very nice balance between all the flavors that keeps me drinking it all day long, and it’s reasonably priced enough to do that. The flavors are not particularly strong either, so I would actually never mention this for someone looking for a real earl grey flavor. It’s more like a basic white tea with just a little extra, unidentifiable something.

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