Just Perfect Peony

Tea type
White Tea
Ingredients
White Tea
Flavors
Honey, Lettuce, Sage
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Loose Leaf
Caffeine
Low
Certification
Organic
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Average preparation
175 °F / 79 °C 3 min, 45 sec 9 oz / 266 ml

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Find your “Zen Moment” with this perfect cup of premium organic white tea.

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9 Tasting Notes

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1452 tasting notes

Another sample from Just Organic Tea! Thanks again! I tried to separate the spicy teas from the non-spicy as soon as I got the samples, but this one seems like it was still affected as others have mentioned. It isn’t bad though! It’s a lovely white blend. Somewhat creamy, fresh, but very light if I can ignore the spices and what tastes like Just Organic’s pumpkiny black tea base. Maybe not enough leaves for the cup I steeped. Since the flavor has been tainted I will talk about the dry leaves. This type of white tea is always so interesting. They always look like many different types of leaves with different colors, but they also look like leaves that were picked from the ground in autumn… just dried leaves, but some of them look fresh green.

Off topic: Since I’ve not much else to say about this one, I’ll mention how I’ve been organizing. I’ve been trying to get to many of the teas I haven’t tried yet before MzPriss’ teabox shows up in a bit. Figuring out what to add to the box, figuring out which teas I’d like to sell. I have an e-mail draft that I add teas to and who they are from. I remove the teas from the list once I write a tasting note. There is a list of sipdowns in that e-mail too. I also have an e-mail draft of all my teas listed by type (ie: green) and then listed alphabetically by company. Just a behind the scenes on how I organize and end up writing tasting notes for new-to-me teas so often. I’m sure everyone is sick of them. I guess the only break was the company-less Butiki teabox. :D

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385 tasting notes

I came up with a brilliant idea today! In a few months (October to be exact) I am going back to Pennsylvania to visit my family for three months, I have been utterly stumped on how to provide for myself while I was there. I decided to create a GoFundMe campaign offering my crafty creations in return for funding. Wish me luck that it works!

Today’s tea is Just Organic Tea’s Just Perfect Peony, a nice white tea, specifically a Bai Mu Dan. Bai Mu Dan translates to White Peony, a perfect name for a delicate, leafy, tea. I will have to say this is one of the greenest of the White Peony teas I have run across, it is so vibrant! The aroma is a savory blend of lettuce, chestnut, paper, and little bit of roasted peanuts. I find it is pretty random as to whether or not a White Peony’s aroma will be more savory or sweet, I tend to like them both.

Into the gaiwan the leaves go! The brewed leaves’s aroma is a very green aroma of sage, lettuce, and dried green leaves. The aroma is is sharp and very green, fresh and like spring time. The liquid is slightly sweet with notes of lettuce and fresh vegetation.

The taste is honey sweet with a touch of lettuce and a tiny bit of spicebush. The tea is fresh and very spring like, I am amazed at how sweet the tea is considering how savory the aroma of the dried leaves were. I found it quite delicious and very refreshing.

For review and photos: http://ramblingbutterflythoughts.blogspot.com/2014/05/just-organic-teas-just-perfect-peony.html

Flavors: Honey, Lettuce, Sage

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Good luck!

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77 tasting notes

This tea brews as expected. It’s a light floral tea, very subtle. I’ve found the leaves from any of the Just Organic teas don’t get much larger once you brew them. I’m not sure what that means as to the quality of the teas but I find it interesting.

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56 tasting notes

I can’t tell what flavor its supposed to be. Tastes…. green…. and like the lemony tulsi trio tea….
I think the tulsi flavored the white tea :(

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127 tasting notes

I was already quite tea-high because I’ve had like six mugs of tea today, which is unusual for me on a work day. I grabbed this one randomly out of the sample pile (which I should really put in a box or a bag or something) and stared at the leaves for awhile while contemplating if i really wanted to brew more tea.

The only familiarity I have with peony is that lovely flowery scent from some fragrances. I really like the smell of peony. I was looking at the kind-of pointy leaves and wondering if these were leaves from the flower or what? The leaves don’t smell like flowers. The label said white peony. Maybe this is a white tea that’s named peony for some odd reason. Is it tea or is it not tea? My caffeine high didn’t help with thinking so I gave up on the problem and brewed it anyway.

I brewed in a Kati cup that I got in Barnes and Noble the other day. I wondered in to spend my gift card on one of those Aladdin tea infuser mugs, and instead walked out with a ‘tea steeping mug’ which I think is their dupe of the timolino (which I don’t have and cannot compare) and the Kati cup, which I had been adding every single design of to my Amazon wish list. The leaves didn’t expand much, which was interesting, but the leaves were pretty much flat when dry and flat when wet, so go figure. I thought I overbrewed it, and at too high a temperature, because I didn’t look at the directions until after starting to brew, but it seems OK.

I have not much experience with white teas, so I feel like in that regard I can’t say much about it. But it smells like a very subtle and sweet tea, and it IS a subtle and sweet tea. I do like it, but I can’t really say much of anything about it. You know, except that it looks NOTHING like the white peony picture on the Adagio Tea site. This was a nice end to a long and tiring day.

Preparation
1 tsp 12 OZ / 354 ML

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405 tasting notes

I received a sample of this from Just Organic. Thank you!

I haven’t spent a lot of time with straight white teas. I have had a few here and there. This was a nice light slightly floral cup. Like some of the other white tea I have at home I would up the leaf to bring out more of the flavor. I enjoyed this cup. Thank you.

Preparation
175 °F / 79 °C 4 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML

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327 tasting notes

This is very floral and delicate, as a white peony should be. I don’t think this is necessarily all the special compared to others of its type, but I would absolutely purchase it if I were getting other things from this company, which is bound to happen. I think on my own I would add a bit more leaf for more flavor. A great, refreshing cup for a spring day like today.

Preparation
180 °F / 82 °C 3 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML

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274 tasting notes

This was a nice, light delicate tea. Exactly the type of thing I like first thing in the morning to wake my taste buds up.

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55 tasting notes

As expected, Just Perfect Peony is the perfect example of a floral tea. Lightly flavored with sweet floral notes and a hint of citrus in the aftertaste, as if accompanied by a drop or two of lemon juice. I would prefer it be a bit stronger tasting, but I like strong floral flavors if i’m doing a floral tea.

Preparation
175 °F / 79 °C 4 min, 30 sec 1 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML

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