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Champagne

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Edit tea info Last updated by Dorothy
Average preparation
175 °F / 79 °C 3 min, 45 sec 16 oz / 473 ml

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  • “Still drinking this, I've gone through about 2/3 of my 100g tea pouch. Its a very light tea, so it really fills up the pouch. If one were to get this in a tin, they would have to provide an...” Read full tasting note
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    DMTea 302 tasting notes
  • “What an interesting tea... I can't really decide if I like it or not?!?! The smell that comes off of the loose leaves is a light green vegetable smell with hints of raspberry. It smells good to...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Champagne Tea is my favourite White tea. It is so nice an light with a bit of a zing in your mouth. I hope this one stays around.” Read full tasting note
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    evilandie 20 tasting notes
  • “I'm still getting the hang of coldbrew, but this was interesting. There's a really soft, floral note to the dry leaves, and that same note is also present in the cold tea (left in the fridge for...” Read full tasting note
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    cvasilevski 186 tasting notes

From DAVIDsTEA

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This elegant blend pairs the most delicate of teas with the most refined of sparkling wines. And when Chinese white tea meets champagne and raspberries, the flavour will go straight to your head. Its sparkling grape and berry flavour is perfectly balanced by light notes of safflower. Sip hot or iced – from a teacup or champagne flute – and toast the good life as you feast on mild brie, berries and milk chocolate.

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Still drinking this, I’ve gone through about 2/3 of my 100g tea pouch. Its a very light tea, so it really fills up the pouch. If one were to get this in a tin, they would have to provide an “overflow” pouch as well.

Its very light and has a bit of sweetness to it. Not overly sweet, just enough to make the drink a more interesting.

This is just a follow up note. See my previous one for more tasting notes.

Preparation
160 °F / 71 °C 1 min, 0 sec

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What an interesting tea… I can’t really decide if I like it or not?!?! The smell that comes off of the loose leaves is a light green vegetable smell with hints of raspberry. It smells good to me, but I was expecting more of a grape smell. Plenty of whole leaves here very pretty!

After the steep, the liquor is a pale, pale, golden color, the smell is more vegetable now, with a hint of fizz? Not sure how they do that but it is interesting!

The first taste, was sweet! Much sweeter than I thought it was going to be. That is why I love tea, lots and lots of surprises! Anyways, after the first taste it left a floral taste in my mouth, and then just a touch of astringency which I definitely was not expecting that from a white tea.

After a few more sips I can taste a bit of juiciness from the berries and just a hint of grape, but mainly I get sweetness, and floral notes, with a bit of greenness. Even after finishing the cup and on the second one, I still just don’t know if I really like the mix?!?! I don’t know how many more cups I will drink. Might have to try this another day.

Preparation
195 °F / 90 °C 5 min, 0 sec

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Champagne Tea is my favourite White tea. It is so nice an light with a bit of a zing in your mouth. I hope this one stays around.

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I’m still getting the hang of coldbrew, but this was interesting. There’s a really soft, floral note to the dry leaves, and that same note is also present in the cold tea (left in the fridge for approx 10 hrs). I don’t really know how else to describe aside from soft and downy.

Here’s the weird thing, though: when I taste it, the white tea and that soft floral fragrance combine to give me the impression of wintergreen! There’s definitely a cool, minty brisk note. Really surprising.

Preparation
Iced 8 min or more 2 tsp 12 OZ / 354 ML

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Did not care for this one.

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This is possibly my favourite tea from DavidsTea – it’s delicate, but still flavourful, and the leaves can be resteeped at least four or five times, with a slightly different flavour each time.

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