White Tea with Blueberry & Pomegranate

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Green White Blend
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190 °F / 87 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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  • “My son brought this over today to share an afternoon cup. Ok, honestly I can't taste the white tea in this but I'm not sure I care. This is wonderfully fruity. I left the pyramid sachet in the cup...” Read full tasting note
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  • “It's at work and it's free so I thought I'd at least try it... This tea came in one of those pyramid infusers but it doesn't look like they're the biodegradable kind (boo, hiss). I checked the...” Read full tasting note
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    amyoh2 2353 tasting notes
  • “Meh. So this is ok...but I wouldn't call it white tea or really blueberry...it just kind of is. If someone dropped this in front of me I would drink it...but I wouldn't bask in the glory of...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Switching it up this afternoon, and this hit the spot. Call me crazy but everytime I drink this tea I feel like I'm drinking a fruited pale ale. Except I'm ok to drive. The body of this tea...” Read full tasting note
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    thedjbooth 352 tasting notes

From Lipton

First discovered in the Fujian province of China, Lipton® White Tea is plucked by hand from the tips of tea buds before the tea leaf blossoms, to preserve the natural goodness of the whole leaf. Our tea is then packaged in our unique pyramid-shaped bags that allow the long-leaf to flow freely with real blueberries for a light flavor and authentic tea infusion. Savor the flavor of 100 years’ tea expertise in every cup.

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29 Tasting Notes

1302 tasting notes

My son brought this over today to share an afternoon cup. Ok, honestly I can’t taste the white tea in this but I’m not sure I care. This is wonderfully fruity. I left the pyramid sachet in the cup to see what would happen. It only got a little bitter but nothing harsh. I did use cooler water to steep. I wouldn’t crave this often but I wouldn’t turn it down either. Not to shabby.

gmathis

The Lipton pyramid bags are nice go-to’s of an evening when there’s no brain left to think with. Not even to steep with.

mrmopar

I think it’s great that you have passed this love of tea on. I also hope to be able to pass this on also. (I am working on the grand kids).

K S

gmathis – I should probably stock up on Lipton pyramid bags for my first cup, for when the brain is still tucked in and refusing to get up. Like today. Of course it is only 5:30.

mrmopar – he is still in the big flavors stage. Just can’t convince him of the beauty of subtlety. I guess that might be asking a lot of a hefty coffee drinker, but I keep trying.

mrmopar

I think you have got the “foot in the door” on this.

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2353 tasting notes

It’s at work and it’s free so I thought I’d at least try it…

This tea came in one of those pyramid infusers but it doesn’t look like they’re the biodegradable kind (boo, hiss). I checked the list of ingredients for anything weird… no hibiscus, yay! But why do they need to put modified corn starch in here? that’s just weird.

As for the tea itself, it isn’t as dreadful as I was thinking it might be. It’s a blend of white and green teas with blueberry and pomegranate pieces. The pom is adding a bit of tartness but I’m glad it isn’t too tart. I’m getting more pom than blueberry and the tea flavor itself is somewhat obscured.

I don’t think I will run out and buy any for my personal collection but it certainly seems as good as anything I’ve had from Republic of Tea, for example.

I thought I would like it better after I poured it over ice but I think I preferred it hot.

Preparation
180 °F / 82 °C 2 min, 15 sec

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4871 tasting notes

Meh. So this is ok…but I wouldn’t call it white tea or really blueberry…it just kind of is. If someone dropped this in front of me I would drink it…but I wouldn’t bask in the glory of whatever this tea is. I’m sure ther are better “in a pinch” bagged teas out there.

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352 tasting notes

Switching it up this afternoon, and this hit the spot. Call me crazy but everytime I drink this tea I feel like I’m drinking a fruited pale ale. Except I’m ok to drive. The body of this tea reminds me of an ale and that’s not a bad thing. I’m not usually a fan of white teas but this is decent.

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For a simple tea to drink while at work that doesn’t require much attention, and doesn’t cost very much, this is a fine tea. It doesn’t come in biodegradable bags (which is understandable, as it is a commercial tea,) but at least it isn’t obviously made with fannings.

Preparation
175 °F / 79 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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I’m so crazy about Lipton’s Pyramid Tea Bags. I love that the tea leaves have room to spread in the bag to release their flavor; I love that I can see exactly what the leaves look like; I love that the box always smells amazing when I open it. So yeah, big fan here.

Lipton’s Blueberry & Pomegranate White Tea is quite a treat. As someone who has never eaten pomegranate by itself, per se, I can’t really drink this and say, “Oooh, this tastes just like the last pomegranate I ate!” However, I love blueberries and I can definitely identify that taste in this tea. The tea bags actually contain real pieces of blueberries, which ends up making this tea taste and smell like some sort of decadent dessert or treat as opposed to just white tea.

The tea’s ingredients list dried apples, which I had identified by smell before reading the list. It also contains blackberry and raspberry fruit pieces, green tea, cinnamon bark, and orange peel, among other natural things. Seriously, though, sounds like an ingredient list for a pastry or yummy treat.

This tea packs 65mg per serving of body-protecting flavonoid antioxidants, 20mg of potassium, and 25mg of caffeine per serving. Just pour boiling water over a tea bag and let steep for around 2-4 minutes (your preference), and enjoy!

Preparation
Boiling 3 min, 0 sec

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10 tasting notes

For my first white tea I was not impressed at all

Jillian

Consider the source. To really get a good white tea you pretty much have to go whole-leaf.

Ryan D.

Well I also brewed it improperly. The second time was better

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119 tasting notes

I have tried this tea brewed hot and found it meh-blah. However, I have been trying to get rid of my Lipton tea pyramid collection so I have started to use them to make sun-tea; as I am not about to use my good loose to for it.

I found this tea to taste actually pretty good. It is one of my fave’s so far for making sun tea from the pyramid collection. It has a decent berry flavor and with an odd warm cinnamon aftertaste.


Specifics

Water Temp: As hot as hot summer days
Number of bags: 6
Water Amount: 64oz
Brew time: about 3 hours
Sweetener: 2 Large spoonfuls of light agave.

Other than for making sun tea, i would not recommend this to a friend.

Preparation
140 °F / 60 °C 8 min or more

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95 tasting notes

..This is a white tea? I examined the tea bag before I steeped and saw a whole lotta stuff in it, but nothing that struck me as looking like anything but Japanese green (it looks like cut grass). So maybe there was some sort of white tea ritual where they have workers wave small bushels of white over the tea as it’s being mixed? Sort of like a sage burning ceremony?

This tea might as well be herbal! Ugh! I’d rate it lower, but the taste is actually pretty good so I’ll cut it a little slack (but I’m not happy).

The tea tea would make excellent potpourri though, it smells very nice.

Preparation
185 °F / 85 °C 6 min, 15 sec

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11 tasting notes

i keep trying to like this tea… blueberries and pomegranates sound appealing, but it just doesn’t come together for me.

Preparation
185 °F / 85 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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