White Tiger (organic)

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190 °F / 87 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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One powerful tea

Look out for white fur, black stripes and ice-blue eyes. White tigers tend to be bigger and stronger than their orange cousins. This blend is just as powerful. It’s got the smooth strength of organic white peony tea. Plus the additional fruity blast of pomegranate essence and dried blueberries. A real fighter! It’ll scare away any bad mood. (MK Kosher)

Ingredients: Organic: Bai Mu Dan white tea (China), dried blueberries, cornflowers. With organic and natural flavouring*.

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79 Tasting Notes

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2246 tasting notes

Cold-brew experiment time continues! Although, it would really be better if I was experimenting with teas I was actually close to finishing… however, this one’s been around for a while, so it’s a worthy candidate.

Used… 5? heaping but loose tsp in a few oz. of water. Poured boiling water into cup, let sit for about 10s (to cool to about 90C), and then dumped in leaves and swirled around. I left it for a few minutes (didn’t keep track), then made it up to 16 oz. with cool/cold water and stuck it in the fridge.

The result is pretty decent. Only a hint of astringency, that would easily go away if I was to add a touch of sweetener, and there’s lots of fresh, delicious blueberry flavour. When I first bought this tea, I was amazed by the delicious authentic blueberry flavour (which is why I stocked up on 100g of it!), and I still like it, though not 100g worth. Luckily, it seems like icing this one will be an effective way to chew through my stash of it a bit more quickly, though this is one that I actually also would enjoy warm (unlike Blazing Strawberries and Tropicalia, which are not good warm/hot).

Anyhow, pretty happy with this one! Perhaps I’ll travel mug some of it tomorrow as well… sounds like a tasty tea to enjoy while watching a soccer game. In the rain. :(

Preparation
Iced 8 min or more

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4923 tasting notes

Thank you Courtney! for this surprise sample :) This is a really nice blend – it’s also a sipdown because i’m going to pass along the rest to my friend who’s joining us over the weekend. She’s new to this whole tea thing so i’m trying to give her a bag full of 1-2 cup samples so that she can learn more about what she likes/dislikes.

As for me? I am really enjoying this one. I may toss the leaves into a cold brew to see how this tastes cold. It might be one of the few david’s teas i think about stocking in the summer.

Thanks again Courtney!

tigress_al

This is so good cold brewed, one of my summer favs. I heard they were discontinuing this though. Not sure if it’s true or not though.

Kittenna

Yep, pretty sure it’s gone now.

Sil

that’s so sad….it would be one of the few david’s teas i enjoyed is gone now haha

Kittenna

I still have a bunch of this one. Thought you had taken a sample, but I could be wrong?

Sil

it appears not. I picked this up from a swap with courtney heh

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6770 tasting notes

White tea and Blueberries YES. Peony – YES. I knew there was something else in there but only could identify it after reading in the description that it was pomegranate essence. This is fabulously yummy.

Sidenote: I have been getting in a rut with some of my usual words and phrases so I’m going to put more effort in when possible with help from my friend…
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As I am drinking this – it’s starting to smell more and more like a blueberry wine…which I love.

Cofftea

It’s actuallly kinda nice to not be able to identify pomegranate sometimes. Sometimes a tea w/ pomegranate tea can be like “Hello! I”m hot pomegranate juice! Oh and there may be some tea in here somewhere…"

TeaEqualsBliss

I agree! :)

Maxime-Daniel Friðrikson

As a big fan of blueberries, you say it’s worth the buy? Yes? Because i’ve always wanted a blueberry tea!

TeaEqualsBliss

Yes! I do really like and would suggest this one! :)

Maxime-Daniel Friðrikson

I’ve tried it today… 1 hour ago, hahaha! And THANK YOU! Your opinion was right, it’s fabulously yummy :)

TeaEqualsBliss

Glad you liked it!!!!

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812 tasting notes

Sipdown
This one has lost most of it’s flavour, but it is still enjoyable. This is my last iced tea of this beauty.
I really enjoyed this one, too bad it is discontinued.

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767 tasting notes

100th tasting note for the win. The SA at the store threw a sample of this into my bag and seeing that I’m nursing a cold, I figured the antioxidants in this would do me some good.

Dried blueberries and cornflowers galore in this, and steeped, the aroma is mild, and very similar to the handful of fresh blueberries I had for breakfast. Regarding the taste of the tea, there is a masterful balance between the realistic blueberry flavour and gentle floral notes from the base. The peony is simply gorgeous.

The best blueberry white I’ve experienced to date.

Preparation
195 °F / 90 °C 3 min, 0 sec
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Congrats on 100!

DaisyChubb

Happy 100!

momo

Yay for 100! Definitely agree with you on this being the best blueberry white!

Missy

Yay!!!

tigress_al

Congrats on the 100!

Ninavampi

Yay! Congrats on the 100th! :)

Alphakitty

Congrats on 100! I’ve had a sample tin of this sitting around for a while, you’ve inspired me to dip into it. I do love a good blueberry tea!

Fjellrev

Thanks, everyone!

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1235 tasting notes

I am so saddened by what I did to this tea. I accidentally cold steeped it for 2 and a half days and as a result, the tea tastes, well, off. This is one of my favorites, but I don’t taste anything except for a very strong, bitter white tea.

Damn.

Dustin

I didn’t think you could over steep when cold steeping! No change when you add water to it?

aisling of tea

I imagine the strength might go away but the bitterness would remain. I didn’t think it was possible either, but I’ve only done it twice, both with white blends, so that may be the issue.

Dustin

I’ll have to be careful with cold steeping whites then!

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1199 tasting notes

Ooh, is the 30 second steep the secret to actually tasting white tea in these blends? Though this one seems like it doesn’t rely on the fruit for everything so that’s nice.

I steeped it for 30 seconds first and drank it hot. I love the taste of bai mu dan and blueberry. Sweet and subtle.

Then I decided to resteep for 4 1/2 minutes to make iced tea. It definitely did not turn into blueberry juice, yay! The slightly floral, sweet, and hay-like flavors of the white tea taste so good with the aftertaste of blueberries.

I added a little agave to the iced tea and it brings the blueberry flavor at the end out even more. I am DEFINITELY going to have to get more of this.

Thanks for the sample, Kittenna!

Kittenna

Glad you enjoyed it!

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917 tasting notes

Having this tea as I work on an assignment, and it’s just not quite as good as I remember it..maybe because I had an amazing Verdant tea before this one :P, don’t get me wrong, this is still a tasty cuppa, just not quite as good as it used to be. Decreasing rating a little bit.

Preparation
190 °F / 87 °C 4 min, 0 sec
TheTeaFairy

Well having it after a verdant tea is surely one of the reasons :-)

MissLena

Haha yeah I think that’s it for sure, this is still my second favorite white tea I think though :D

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I’ve gotta’ get another cup of tea in before the power goes out. Thanks Hurricane Sandy! (That was sarcasm in case you couldn’t tell). This tea’s aroma is weird. It smells like blueberry and…something else. You know, it almost smells like green unripened blueberries. Hmm, it’s a weird aroma to be sure.

Ook! Yeah, that aroma is even weirder and, I’m sad to say, grosser in the taste. It’s definitely an unripened blueberry taste. Tart and bitter and blech. I’m not sure what could save this tea. I find it undrinkable. Just yuck all around. :( Nope, two sips and I’m done. This one is going down the drain. Thank you to Kittenna for providing the sample though! Sorry, I’m just not a fan.

Preparation
190 °F / 87 °C 4 min, 15 sec
Fjellrev

Hope everything is ok over there!

CHAroma

Thanks! We actually fared through the storm extremely well.

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223 tasting notes

Been going through my tin of this over the last week, especially, because I’ve been having that feeling my body is fighting something off, and white tea never goes astray in those circumstances. Still really good, and I’m sad its been discontinued! But a girl is always armed with a backup option, save being publically shamed, so I’m looking at ordering a bice big bag of Rabbit Hole Tea Bar’s White Peony. Hmmmm…. white tea……

Kittenna

I really should start cold-brewing/icing my vast quantity of this one. I had kind of forgotten about it…

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