White Chocolate

Tea type
White Tea
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Flavors
Chocolate, Earth
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Edit tea info Last updated by Awkward Soul / Oolong Owl
Average preparation
180 °F / 82 °C 2 min, 30 sec 11 oz / 319 ml

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  • “Wooaaahhh. Not sure what I've done here, but this is crazy bitter/astringent too. I think this one was oversteeped... maybe I'll see if adding some water helps, because this one's usually pretty...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Who knew that getting back home, just 550 miles from where I had been, one state away, would be SO COLD. It's finally reached 60 here but that's still 25 degrees cooler (more w/the heat index!!)...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Did a little experimenting with this one today. I had the brilliant idea to add pumpkin pie spice! I thought, you know, I really like getting a pumpkin spice white mocha at Starbucks, and I happen...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Sip down! I also did a brainless pour from my tea pot, missing my cup completely, pouring right on my lap. At least the tea wasn't really hot. Felt like trying this tea at 185F instead of the...” Read full tasting note
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From Della Terra Teas

If you love white tea and white chocolate you MUST have this tea! It combines the naturally sweet, slightly malty flavor of a fine white tea mixed with the ivory colored, sweet, cocoa derived confectioners creation of white chocolate! We think you’ll agree that these two just go together.

Ingredients: Pai Mu Tan white tea, white chocolate flavor, white chocolate chunks.

Suggested brewing tips:

Serving Size: 1 tsp./6oz serving

Water Temp: 149-158°F

Steep Time: 1- 3 minutes

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361 tasting notes

Backlog from yesterday.

This one was not great for me. I could taste the white chocolate, but the white tea was a little too strange a combo for me. I probably over steeped it but I’m not going to have the rest of my try me bag if anyone wants it. I actually have a bunch of samples I need to clear out if anyone wants some.

Tealizzy

Yeah, same thing for me, although it’s better if you only steep it for 1 minute.

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This is a sample from TastyBrew’s wonderful package. I should really start trying the teas that all of these companies have sent me to review. So many teas! I think I’ve tried most of the teas from the tea boxes that I wanted to try, I’m just waiting for a chance to mail them. So many teas!

I’m surprised I actually love this one – it could easily be the best thing that had to do with white chocolate ever. haha. I’ve never seen white tea leaves like this one before. The water is supposed to be very cooled. I was wondering how the chocolate would melt? After three minutes, the flavor is very nice! It’s definitely sweet, creamy, nutty. It has a ton of white chocolate flavor that is actually good. I say, if I’m eating chocolate, it might as well not be white chocolate, but it works here! The white tea is maybe one of the best I’ve had. I just wish I knew what kind it specifically is. It says Pai Mu Tan… but I think of Bai Mu Dan… but those usually have flatter leaves that actually looks like already steeped tea leaves to me. These leaves are in the shape like a black tea. Interesting! I guess I should try more Pai Mu Tans.

Three teas that get a 93 rating today!

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Tea & Cards TTB #4
Ok, so I maybe messed this one up a little by using water that was too hot (it’s hard to get things right at school). Nevertheless, it wasn’t as overly bitter because of the sweetness from the white chocolate flavors. I was nervous about this one tasting overly artificial because I saw that telltale greasiness on the top of the tea, but it was actually quite well done! I also tasted a slight frutiness maybe melon(?) that was tasty. It might be from the white tea- I just haven’t had enough straight white tea to be able to tell. In any case, I’m glad that I finally got to try a Della Terra tea! I’m definitely going to put in an order with them when I decide I can come off my tea-buying hiatus.

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Thank you KittyLovesTea for yet another awesome tea sample :)

The smell for this one is a little bizarre. There’s chocolate in the scent somewhere though.

Perhaps chocolate teas just aren’t for me. This one is well done, but it’s not my favourite by any means. I’m really enjoying the white tea base but not so much the chocolate.

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So, it’s been three weeks now of the flu. It started off with head cold symptoms which quickly changed into a very high fever and all that comes with it. I thought I was on the mend as it faded back into cold symptoms, however it did settle on my chest, which I have to take an inhaler for. Unfortunately it appears that this jerk of a virus isn’t done with me yet as I woke up today with major sinus issues, glass in my throat, nauseated etc… not fun at all. So I’m sick, tired, and frustrated of not feeling well for three weeks now. I called in sick to work, hubby is gone to his work and now I’m at home trying my darndest to still be productive and studying advanced accounting theory… with flu symptoms that make it ridiculously difficult to concentrate… fun fun (not).

So all this leads to the tea rating. I need a pick-me-up desperately as well as some caffeine so I don’t fall asleep atop this dreadful book, and the most comforting thing in the world for me (as I suspect is the case with many of my female friends out there) is CHOCOLATE. So I start searching through my substantial tea stash in search of the perfect chocolate tea…. one is too minty, the other too malty, the other made with mate, and so on and so forth. Then I light up with a grin as I remember the samples jessiwrites was so kind to send me! A lovely Della Terra tea will hit the spot perfectly, or so I suspect… I quickly kiss the small bag with delight, blow my snotty nose and put the kettle on.

This stuff smells delightful dry, folks. And the white tea looks darker than I’m accustomed to, but still beautiful and delicate. I resist the urge to eat the little chocolate bits and instead put them into the infuser where they belong… I let it steep for a little longer as I like my tea strong. The smell of the liquor doesn’t disappoint… however there is a little oily residue floating atop the peach-coloured liquid…. not sure how I feel about that…

This is just what the doctor ordered. Light on the tummy, absolutely scrumptious, chocolatey goodness. reminds me a lot of the white chocolate rabbits I used to get as a child at Easter. It is rich and creamy and the residue doesn’t phase me at all after all. Comfort in a cup. What a lovely surprise. Thanks so much jessiwrites. You’ve made this sick little girl feel just a little better today! :)

Preparation
180 °F / 82 °C 5 min, 0 sec
jessiwrites

Yay! I’m glad I could help you through a rough day with some yummy tea. <3

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I think I may have over steeped this :/ ill have to try again later. I was disappointed blah. I will rate after I resteep.
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On the first steep in my French press, the white chocolate was truely there. On a second steep in the same French press, less chocolate and more bitter. I definitly enjoyed the first steep though, so I’m going to see what I can do to make it more resteepable. I love the scent. Its brilliant!

Preparation
Boiling 3 min, 45 sec

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Oh my god, this is absolute perfection. Once brewed, it tastes even better than the dry leaf smelled, which I didn’t think would be possible! It really tastes like white chocolate, real good quality white chocolate, and it isn’t too sweet at all. The white chocolate notes are almost flirty, very uplifting, and the finish almost makes me think of mint. It’s very fresh, and ridiculously delicious.

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Tea #4 from Pass the Stash box

Did I underleaf? The smell of the sample was really good, but I didn’t care for the flavor. I got a little white chocolate at the end of the sip, but really nothing during the sip. I had higher hopes for this tea. Looking at the other reviews, I wonder if I did something wrong.

Preparation
2 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML

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237 tasting notes

I love white chocolate, and although I would much rather stuff my face with some real chocolate, the flavour is good. It is a quite simple tea, with the main flavours being white chocolate, with a hint of caramel and something that reminds me of hay, but is not quite that. Wheat maybe? It reminds me of David’s Tea’s Birthday Cake without the yucky.

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