Organic White Tea with Orange

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180 °F / 82 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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  • “Its flavour seems quite artificial to me. Not a fresh flavour -dull dusty and blah, lol. Not a fan at all. It says 5% "natural orange flavour" -wth is natural flavour, could someone explain that...” Read full tasting note
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  • “My first observation: fantastic orange scent! The tea is darker in the cup than other white teas I've tasted, but the taste is still light. In keeping with the pleasant orange scent, the orange...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Picked up this tea the other day at the Metro store which has loads of different teas. This one sounded good but it's in tea bags. When I opened it the orange smell hit my nose but not in a...” Read full tasting note
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    Ubacat 266 tasting notes

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Single estate white tea with the fruity addition of natural orange flavour.

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Its flavour seems quite artificial to me. Not a fresh flavour -dull dusty and blah, lol. Not a fan at all.
It says 5% “natural orange flavour” -wth is natural flavour, could someone explain that to me please?

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205 °F / 96 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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My first observation: fantastic orange scent! The tea is darker in the cup than other white teas I’ve tasted, but the taste is still light. In keeping with the pleasant orange scent, the orange flavor is very subtle. It tastes like real orange oil, not overwhelming fruitiness found in other teas. Really nice and enough brightness for late morning (first cup of tea after arriving at work!). I suspect each tea bag could be re-steeped with good success.

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155 °F / 68 °C 2 min, 0 sec

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Picked up this tea the other day at the Metro store which has loads of different teas. This one sounded good but it’s in tea bags. When I opened it the orange smell hit my nose but not in a good way. It was sharp. Brewed up , I used 175 temperature water. The white tea is ….not the best I’ve had. It brews up dark and it does not have that mild delicate flavour that loose tea does. It is a stronger white tea. The orange flavour tastes artificial . Overall this is a crappy tea compared to some of the loose leaf white teas out there. For a bagged tea, it still is not great; but definitely not horrible. It is drinkable. Why am I so pulled in by fancy packaging? The box looked cute. The combo of white tea with orange sounded enticing. So here again I have bought a tea when I don’t need it and on top of that , it’s a bad tea. I think I do need TDA (Tea Drinkers Anonymous)

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175 °F / 79 °C

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