Really great smooth and light taste from the white tea. Well balanced between lemon and orange. Great morning tea.
“Really great smooth and light taste from the white tea. Well balanced between lemon and orange. Great morning tea. ” Read full tasting note
“I have been worried lately about some things. My husband made me a cup of this right before waking me up this morning. He sweetened it more than I would have, but it was still very good, and a...” Read full tasting note
“I've tried steeping anywhere from 2 minutes to 15, and as much as I love green tea, I can't get myself to like this one. Taking a sip for me is really a delight, but I have a really hard time...” Read full tasting note
“Straight up green tea is a bit too bitter for my palate, but since this version has some white tea mixed in, it's smooth and nice. Would recommend. ” Read full tasting note
“With added antioxidant Vitamins A, C and E, plus a breezy citrus sweetness reminiscent of old-fashioned lemonade, this smooth blend of authentic green tea and delicate Bai Mu Dan white tea – one of the rarest and youngest of teas – is as healthful as it is delicious.”
— Charlie Baden, Celestial Seasonings Blendmaster Since 1975
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Was woken up by my boyfriend whispering something about spiders this morning (I have severe arachnophobia, just the thought of them can give me a panic attack) so needless to say, I was not in a good mood. In the mornings, for my first cup of tea, I prefer something mellow, so I reached for this.
It’s very smooth and light, with a nice citrusy hint to it. Something nice and easy wake my taste buds up. I only steep it for about 1:30 minutes. Was a good way to calm me down after the creepy crawly scare.
I would recommend this tea to someone who likes a light tea with a hint of citrus.
I can drink this, but I have to force myself to. I like my green teas plain, and the citrus is too overbearing for me and leaves a weird taste in my mouth. It also doesn’t work well with honey, which is how I like to sweeten green tea. Aside from the taste, it is smooth and pretty fool proof to make. I’m pretty lazy and usually use my Keurig to brew my hot water. I have experienced some bitterness when I leave the bag in too long (which I’m too lazy to take it out, especially when I go out).
I steeped this bag for over 15 minutes and I still can’t taste the citrus. Lemon? Yes. Orange? No. Is Lemon a citrus? I don’t know actually so, if it is, then I retract my first sentence. Overall, extremely light taste (even with the steeping time) and the taste is mainly a pleasant mix between white and green tea. The lemon aroma really brings it home, so to speak.