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Strawberry White

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Edit tea info Last updated by winterhaven
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175 °F / 79 °C 3 min, 15 sec

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  • “I quite liked this one. It may not be the highest quality white tea, but the flavouring makes up for it. Winterhaven's tasting note says there were chunks of strawberry in the tea mix. Mine...” Read full tasting note
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  • “i'm so glad to see that steeped and infused is on this site. i looked at my strawberry white loose tea from steep and infused and they were more whole in shape than from david's tea. consequently,...” Read full tasting note
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    whoiswyn 21 tasting notes
  • “This isn't very high-quality tea; my loose leaves range in size from small what-appear-to-be shredded leaves, to a semi-large half-shredded leaf, to quite a number of sticks and twigs, to a few...” Read full tasting note
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    winterhaven 5 tasting notes

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I quite liked this one. It may not be the highest quality white tea, but the flavouring makes up for it. Winterhaven’s tasting note says there were chunks of strawberry in the tea mix. Mine doesn’t have any, just strawberry flavouring, so I’m assuming that the tea has changed a bit in the last couple of years.

It has a very nice, light, juicy strawberry taste. It’s very smooth with no astringency. I liked it both hot and cold.

Preparation
165 °F / 73 °C 2 min, 30 sec

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i’m so glad to see that steeped and infused is on this site. i looked at my strawberry white loose tea from steep and infused and they were more whole in shape than from david’s tea. consequently, i thought it was more flavourful.

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This isn’t very high-quality tea; my loose leaves range in size from small what-appear-to-be shredded leaves, to a semi-large half-shredded leaf, to quite a number of sticks and twigs, to a few soft buds—all combined with several small chunks of dried strawberries. I bought this when I was much newer to tea, when I didn’t yet know how to visually identify the characteristics of a quality white tea.
Regardless, I give it a try. The liquor brews to a light gold/amber colour, and the aroma is strong and fruity, filled with hints of berries after a 4-minute steeping. The taste is not nearly as sweet as its scent, thank goodness—it has a hint of strawberry, but its presence is not overbearing, sitting rather equally and in tandem with the taste of the white tea.
While not high-quality white tea, I quite enjoy this tea in the morning to ease me into my work day. It’s mellow, soft, and just slightly fruity, but not so perky that it’s jolting. I’ll drink this batch and possibly consider buying it again—with some higher quality leaves.

Preparation
180 °F / 82 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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