100% Pure White Tea

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White Tea
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195 °F / 90 °C 3 min, 45 sec

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Salada 100% Pure White Tea is harvested in the cloudy mountain mists of China. As might be expected, the flavor is subtle and mellow…creating a delicious taste sensation.Savor the pure & natural qualities of Salada 100% Pure White Tea. Each cup contains 195mg of flavonoid antioxidants, so it is just right for today’s healthy lifestyle.

*Gluten Free

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6770 tasting notes

First sip tasted like cigarettes…eeeeeeeww. After the first sip it did taste a bit normal (or was it hot water???) but nothing special at all. blah.

LENA

grossss!

Jillian

Ewww! NOT how white tea is supposed to taste!

S

Yuck!

kaiz

I have had Salada white tea and yes, it takes…uninteresting. I didn’t get the cigarette taste rather, I got a more “cardboard box” taste. These days, I just use it to add a kick of caffeine to herbal teas, or I add in a slice of fresh ginger, some cardamom, and sugar.

HyperJMA

I can’t believe it! I thought the same thing when I first tasted it! I couldn’t believe my senses.

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105 tasting notes

Steepster has changed! What is this? I mean, it looks really clean and new, but at the same time it’s just a bit strange. Ah well, on to the tea.

I’m drinking the decaf version of this. There wasn’t a decaf version listed and I didn’t feel like making one. Blah, I’m lazy, i know.

Anyways, I wanted tea, wanted something with no caffeine, as I have been drinking a lot of coffee lately since I have a very lovely purple Keurig now, and I wanted to use my pretty white tea pot. :) So, I’m waiting for it to steep now…

I uh…hmm…. takes another sip.

I don’t know about this one. :/ I should note that I am drinking it in a tea cup (yay!) and so many have over-sweetened it, but it’s got like a overly-sweet, honey aftertaste that I don’t like right now. I’ve drank this before and liked it, so it may be my mood and again, the possibility of too much sugar.

I’m really starting to not like bagged teas, though, really. Unless they are TOP quality, without fail, always good brands, then usually bagged teas fall short.

Continues sipping, adds more tea to dilute the sweetness…

It’s a bit better when not so sweet, but really it’s just dull and not very flavorful. :( I’d switch to Earl Grey but that has caffeine.

sigh Ah well. I’m going to have to get my mom to bring my good loose leaf over next time she visits. I have a great loose leaf white tea.

On a side note, I actually am excited for the added details of this new tea page! <3 Yay!

Preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 4 min, 15 sec

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300 tasting notes

My father-in-law heard me talking about my love for white tea, so while he was out food shopping, he brought back a box of this (can you tell my in-laws are awesome yet?!). I had it unsweetened as I had it during dinner (I feel it’s a waste to add sweetener when I’m eating something mildly sweet since you can’t really taste the sweetness that way – my sandwich had a juicy tomato on it)! I only steeped for just under 2 minutes and I waited till my water had cooled down to 175.

It’s mild, very smooth and with very little astringency. Pretty nice, but I’ve gotten awfully spoiled by the loose white teas in my collection. There’s just something about them! Not too bad though for tea on the fly.

Preparation
175 °F / 79 °C 1 min, 45 sec

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1 tasting notes

I bought this tea on a whim a couple months ago, as I had recently run out of my Twinings White Tea blend and could not find it in my local stores. I find it to be a very tasteless, dull blend that more often than not feels like I’m drinking hot water. On the plus side, it’s a cheap and quick alternative if you’re strapped in a pinch, but I’d recommend other white tea blends way before this one.

Preparation
3 min, 0 sec

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11 tasting notes

Reminds me of tea in chinese resturants

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526 tasting notes

Dad keeps this tea in the house, so I decided to try it. I heated the water up in a smaller tea cup, so I think I got the water too hot. I also decided to add honey to it. Five drops of liquified honey.

This doesn’t really have a taste to it. It is really smooth though. Not what I was hoping for in this cup.

Preparation
1 min, 45 sec

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1 tasting notes

I LOVE this white tea. For anyone who thinks it’s bitter, try adding just a slight bit of honey to your cup of tea. It is delicious!

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56 tasting notes

I like this tea when I have a cold, sweetened with either sugar or honey, but I especially like it iced! I put 5 lumps of white sugar in a 1 pt. mason jar with 2 bags, pour over the boiling water, close the jar, and let it sit in the sun for the rest of the afternoon. At the end of the day, I remove the tea bags and add 2 teaspoons of lemon juice. Some of the best sun tea I’ve ever made! Therefore, I’ve listed my prep. details to reflect my iced tea preparation method.

Preparation
Boiling 8 min or more

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69 tasting notes

I find that steeping for more than 2 minutes (it recommends 2-5) produces too sharp a flavor for my taste. It’s a good choice when I’m craving pure tea. Sometimes I’ll add most of a teaspoon of honey to sweeten and soothe.

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6 tasting notes

I will re-attempt it with a more careful watch on the steeping time, but so far, it’s coming out too bitter for my taste.

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