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160 °F / 71 °C 1 min, 30 sec

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From Celestial Seasonings

Harvested in early springtime in the mountains of eastern China, the leaves of the Bai Mu Dan white teas are gently air-dried to retain their subtle sweetness and delicate, just-picked flavor. Because it’s naturally decaffeinated, you can enjoy the pure flavor and naturally occurring antioxidants of this authentic white tea whenever you like. This product contains all-natural ingredients and flavors, and no artificial colors or preservatives.

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My husband reminded me that this tea has been naturally decaffeinated (if any process to decaffeinate a tea can be called “natural,” theirs can), so I can have it while I’m nursing and it won’t affect my little girl. :) For a bagged white tea, it’s pretty tasty. I wouldn’t rank it above some of our other white teas, but it’s certainly drinkable. I didn’t sweeten it, which I think helped it. Not sure I wanna know what this tea is like sweetened. >.o

In other news, the hubby and I went on a tour of the Celestial Seasonings factory while we were in Colorado on vacation. :) It was a pretty fun tour, and just what we were looking for—something interesting but not too time-consuming. I’d never been in a tea factory before, and the gift shop afterward was really nice, too.

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160 °F / 71 °C 1 min, 30 sec
Bonnie

Nice little tour. Wish I knew you were here since I live pretty close. If you ever come back I can give you some great suggestions for fun things to do and great places for tea!

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White tea is often too delicate for my tastes, having grown up on full-bodied black teas. But, I love to use this tea for blending with others to add character. Since it’s naturally decaffinated, I enjoy the opportunity to blend it freely and without reservation. By itself, this tea is a little sweet and lacking any true substance.

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