Coconut Grove

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From Steep City Teas

Pai mu tan white tea, rose buds, natural flavors, and blue mallow flowers.

Tropical yet sophisticated, fun yet delicate. This white coconut blend evokes the essence of Miami’s oldest neighborhood, Coconut Grove. If you have not visited it, when you come to Miami make sure you do. A soothing, velvety blend of coconut shreds and rose buds for that special delicate taste that makes Coconut Grove one of our finest blends.

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1230 tasting notes

Back loggin’

Yeah, spent a few hours playing and made a pot of Coconut Grove to sip on. Very nice, I love the white tea base and the floral coconutty this.
Then, I had to quickly chug the rest of the tea, so I could make it to the brazilian jiujitsu event, Metamoris II, which was okay – annnnd back home and playing animal crossing!

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Son was up all night with AC :) I think he re-set the clock so the stores would be open past midnight.

Oolong Owl

hahaha, I used to do that with the Gamecube version. I’d also load my bank account to get max interest, and forward the clock to get my interest payout, over years. I’m taking it slow though, animal crossing veteran here.


ya man, i would do all kinda of things like move the clock forward months and years for presents!! and i also think i secretly liked all the cleanup work i had to do. and ESPECIALLY liked all the townsfolk missing me and being fake angry at me for disappearing. i would giggle pretty hard.

Oolong Owl

LOL, when I’d do that, I secretly wished for a lawn mower item. Didn’t one game have a ghost at night and he’ll pull weeds for you if you did something for him?

Or lol, one game you’d wake up with crazy bedhead and need to go to the salon to get rid of it. I’d do it sometimes just to get the crazy hair.

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470 tasting notes

I love coconut and I love rose, but I never thought of putting them together! Tropical and floral, it sounds good but I was on the fence about ordering it… until I saw Steep City’s Citrus Sunshine Oolong. Of course I can’t order just one tea, so into the cart this went!

This is a beautiful blend, fluffy leaves and whole rosebuds. It smells very coconutty but not very rosy, a lot like Persimmon Tree’s Coconut Creme. I already have a lot of creamy coconut teas, so I was hoping this would be different once brewed.

And indeed it is! The coconut is smooth and tropical, but still quite light and airy, in part I’m sure because of the white base. The rose is subtle, but still there! There’s just a hint of floral rose at the end of the sip. I think this is probably my favorite coconut blend that I’ve tried so far!

Kasumi no Chajin

I love the idea of this tea, will have to put it on my first order with this company!


I’m including a sample of this in the package I am preparing for you, should be sending it out on Monday ^^

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1220 tasting notes

I love coconut white teas. I’m super psyched about this one because the white coconut creme tends to be the one everywhere, and while good, I’m loving the idea of a rose coconut tea even more!

This is so good. I love that I can taste the white tea so much. The other usual coconut white can almost make me feel like coconut shreds are in the tea with its powerful coconut-ness. This one perfectly melds the white tea with the coconut. It’s sweet, a little creamy, and just all around awesome.

I don’t get too much rose, but it does taste like there might be just a little bit of a floral note.

Love this for a coconut tea that’s just a bit more delicate tasting, I can’t wait to try more of what I ordered from Steep City now!


One day, I will acquire some of this! Sounds so good.

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358 tasting notes

Coconut and rose? This could be love! Typically I’m not crazy about white teas, so we’ll see. While briefly researching this tea I discovered that it is named after Coconut Grove in Miami, so that ups the points in my book, haha, since I love Miami! The dry leaves are pretty, with big green tea leaves, rose buds and petite blue flowers. The tea itself smells floral, with just a little hint of coconut. The flavor is very light, with not much rose noticeable, just a light floral taste up front. The coconut in this tea is very authentic, probably the most real tasting coconut tea that I’ve had. It reminds me of the way a fresh coconut tastes. I don’t love this tea, but I don’t hate it either. I wouldn’t decline a cup if offered one, but I probably won’t seek it out either. It is a nice ode to Coconut Grove, though! Thank you to Alphakitty for this sample!

-Dry blend has large green tea leaves, large rose buds, small blue flowers and coconut slivers.
-Dry leaves smell faintly of coconut. Tea liquor aroma is sweetly floral with a hint of coconut.
-Tea liquor is a clear medium yellow color.
-Grassy and floral flavor with a wispy nutty finish. Light fresh coconut aftertaste.
-Best with sweetener.
-Fair tea. Lightly flavored with a very fresh coconut taste.

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Jackie O

such a good way to explain your taste for it…that you wouldn’t decline a cup if offered one but you probably wouldn’t seek it out either. I like that way of explaining it, I may steal this from you in the future :p

Josie Jade

Haha, I sat there for awhile thinking about how I felt about it. Feel free to use it all you want! :)

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2242 tasting notes

Thank you BrewTEAlly Sweet for a bit of this one in your sale a while back. I LOVED the Steep City samples that they sent a while back, but the last couple I’ve tried I haven’t had much luck with. This one is back to deliciousness. The fragrance of the dry leaves coming from the white tea smells a bit like suntan lotion but the flavor combination really works… a candy coconut with something like buttery sweet cake or cookie ingredients. I can’t tell what exactly but this sure seems like a dessert tea. No roses in my blend though. White teas always make for nice pairings with dessert type flavors… I just realized. The second cup still had plenty of coconut flavor. I’ll enjoy the few teaspoons I have left!
Steep #1 // 30 min after boiling // 3 min
Steep #2 // 28 min after boiling // 3 min

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