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  • “Trying a 2nd steep on these leaves, 3 min again. Very smooth and quite flavorful. I'm thinking white tea is underappreciated. It (or this one, at least) doesn't tend to get bitter if not handled...” Read full tasting note
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From Monterey Bay Spice Company

A sheer decadence, white tea comes from the same plant as green, oolong, and black teas — Camellia sinensis. White tea, however, is least processed of all the teas. Named for the silver fuzz on the bud when the leaves are picked, white tea is often described as light, fresh, and sweet. No matter what your tastes, this pale yellow cup is simply divine, a rare treat for special occasions.

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2 Tasting Notes

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211 tasting notes

Trying a 2nd steep on these leaves, 3 min again. Very smooth and quite flavorful. I’m thinking white tea is underappreciated. It (or this one, at least) doesn’t tend to get bitter if not handled just so, yet it has a little piquancy — you just have to listen for it. =)

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