White Pineapple Coconut

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Fruit White Blend
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185 °F / 85 °C 4 min, 45 sec

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From Dr. Tea's Tea Garden

Chinese white tea expertly blended with pineapple and coconut.

Suggested Steeping Directions:
1. Preheat your vessel w/ hot water, swirl, and discard.
2. Coat the bottom of your vessle w/ tea.
3. Pour in hot water.
4. Steep 2-3 min.
5. Decant and enjoy!

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1014 tasting notes

I’ve been finishing up a lot of my tea lately in preparation for some new stock. Unfortunately this means that I am out of black teas which I prefer in the morning. I have mate, but I like it with milk which I am out of. So white pineapple coconut it is. Pretty good, but I wish I had something with a bit more of a kick. Perhaps I will break down and have the mate without milk.

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Cofftea

Got coffee creamer? That works!:)

mpierce87

Nope I’m out…I have pretty much given up coffee for some reason. It just doesn’t seem appealing to me anymore. And to think that I used to need my coffee to even begin to function in the mornings….tea is just so much more exciting.

Cofftea

I agree… don’t get me wrong, I love my starbucks and fancy creamers but I just need one cup a day then I’m on to tea. I was never an all day coffee drinker, even before tea though. I actually flavor my chais w/ flavored coffee creamer:)

Meghann M

If you end up needing the mate without milk, I suggest trying it iced. The flavor seems to really come out in some mate’s iced, flavors I didn’t enjoy hot. I suppose it depends on the mate though! Hope your new teas come soon!

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I want to like this tea, but it is too flowery for me. Better in the summertime, good iced.

Preparation
185 °F / 85 °C 2 min, 0 sec

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