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White Tea with Schizandra

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Fruit White Blend
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Edit tea info Last updated by Serena
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185 °F / 85 °C 2 min, 0 sec

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  • “I have no idea how old this bag is. Whilst helping Mom make candy, I found it at the back of her cupboard. I'm sure that I bought it and took a few bags there to keep on hand when I visited. I...” Read full tasting note
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The Jilin province of China is known for its long, cold winters and short, cool summers—the perfect environment for growing Schizandra, a hardy climbing shrub that produces small, red edible berries. schizandra berries are known as wu-wei-zi in Chinese, which translates as the “five-flavor fruit”, so called because the berries have the five basic flavors the human tongue can distinguish: sweet, salty, sour, spicy and bitter. The taste of the schizandra berry has been described as spicy cranberry with a hint of salt, and provides an exhilarating accent to the delicate, mellow flavor of the finest white tea in this unique blend.

Ingredients: Organic Fair Trade Certified™ white tea, organic schizandra berries, organic orange peel, organic cornflower petals and natural flavor.

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I have no idea how old this bag is. Whilst helping Mom make candy, I found it at the back of her cupboard. I’m sure that I bought it and took a few bags there to keep on hand when I visited. I vaguely remember picking up this tea, and I know that it was purchased between 2-4 years ago. Yay for my memory :-P

It tastes more herbal than tea. There’s a hint of fruit, but nothing you could put your finger on. Can’t really taste any white tea at all. Just herbs, but they’re not bitter or medicinal tasting. It’s not bad, but rather unremarkable.

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