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No. 71 White Petal RTD

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From Steven Smith Teamaker

White tea steeped in water that has been infused with apples and pears – a process we call “fruitsmithing”.

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A month or so I stopped in at Steven Smith. It’s a really charming little shop that had been pissing me off for months. You see, they’re only open Mon-Fri and I can usually only make it to Portland on a weekend. Ok, that’s out of my system…

The shop is charming and the gentleman working there was really friendly, which I like. He sat me down and had me sample their four RTD teas. I walked out with two bottles of this one and two of the Hibiscus.

This is a really light, floral, fruity concoction that I’d be satisfied to drink all day, every day. It’s made with apple and pear infused water in small batches.It’s naturally a little sweet. It’s also very refreshing.

I recommend a trip into the shop if you can make it on a weekday. I also really highly recommend this tea. It’s extra yummy.

Geoffrey Norman

I concur…this stuff was amazing.

CHAroma

Fruitsmithing….how interesting.

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I sampled this on a visit to their teashop and immediately picked up a bottle. That’s how much I loved it. I finally cracked it open while at work. I’ve had pear-flavored white teas before, but never paired with apples. The flavor lived up to my wildest imagination…and that’s pretty vivid. Pear dominated the foretaste, while apple and mildly-astringent Bai Mu Dan dominated the middle. The aftertaste was toasty, almost Riesling-like. This is an iced tea I’d pour into a wine glass to “fit in” at a party full of sommeliers. Looks the same and almost tastes the same. Simply awesome.

Full Review: http://www.teaviews.com/2011/01/22/review-smith-teamaker-no-71-white-petal-rtd/

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Iced
Sarah Ruthven

This sounds amazing, I hope it tastes as awesome as it looks!

Geoffrey Norman

In my not-so-humble opinion, it is. If you’re already a fan of apple and/or Bai Mu Dan, it’s a gimme.

Ross Duff

So they are selling Good RTD Tea? XD yays

Geoffrey Norman

As far as I know, that’s about the size of it. And at about 70 calories less than the average ready-to-drink.

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