Through the Grapevine

Tea type
White Tea
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Flavors
Grapes, Raisins, Sweet
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190 °F / 87 °C 5 min, 0 sec

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People can’t stop talking about this sensational white-grape tea. Like real grapes, it’s naturally sweet with a touch of tartness. It mingles scandalously decadent white Bai Mu Dan and Cui Min teas with a rich bouquet of mallow blossoms, cornflowers and rose petals. And it’s bursting with juicy tidbits of rosehip and black currant. So salaciously grapey, you’ll just about lose your mind for it.

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The tea itself looks very, very fancy. The scoop that I’m using tonight had this delicate little spear of purple flower. I don’t know what it is, but it makes me feel kind of like I’m drinking a princess tea.
The smell dry made me smile, so that’s why I chose this one for tonight’s shenannigans (read: working, as per usual.) Hot, it has a smell that brings to mind those little plastic fruit-shaped powder-filled candies of my youth. You’d buy the purple plastic bunch of grapes, take off the little green plastic friction-fit lid and tilt your head back to have your mouth filled with a Lick-M-Ade style flavoured tangy powder. I loved those. It’s making me think that my decision to drink this tea naked was the right call. I’m thinking sugar might have made it diabetes-sweet.
It brewed darker than I anticapted. Almost a honey colour. I’m under the impression that it’s a white. I could be wrong, but I’m honestly far too lazy to actually check.
Taste: DISAPPOINTING! It tastes like hot water with a lovely smell! I’m going to let it cool down and then try a bigger mouthful. This can’t be the taste of this tea. Okay, it’s got a slight sweetness, and a great kicky aftertaste of white grape. It’s more like a fruity wine taste than a juice taste, though. Not like a wine you’d bring out during a dinner party; more like a wine you’d keep beside the sofa during a pyjama-wearing popcorn-munch Sleepaway Camp (horror trilogy, not a place you’d actually camp) marathon.
All in all, I’m not super impressed, which is disappointing because this is several nights in a row that I’ve been left with a tea that I haven’t really enjoyed.
Oh well. C’est la vie.

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200 °F / 93 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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First David’s tea whose rating I actually agree with.
This one is a real success and it makes my impression of the place (after oh so many failures and wasted money) that much better.

The tea is real delicate, as expected of white tea, and the strawberry flavour mingles nicely with the whole airy taste. I can’t think of anything to enjoy it with… But that’s not a problem since it tastes full in itself – surprisingly, since it is very light tasting.

Overall, good tea! One of my favourites from the place! Tastes better than it smells for once too. :)

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I’ve had this white tea for about 3 months now. I was seriously addicted to it for a while so I put it aside and went to a few other flavors to deepen my tea horizons. Tonight I rekindled my love for this tea. We have a great relationship, I think we are both quite happy together

Only problem? It’s a seasonal tea. Solution: add it to the regular line up because its a heavy hitter

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