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Peach Rhubarb Preserve

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White Tea
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Edit tea info Last updated by Kupgup
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  • “Travelling Tea Box C Heavy on the cinnamon! Sweet, slightly artificial tasting. I could discern some peach and rhubarb, but not as distinctively as I wanted. Some hibiscus, but not as much as I...” Read full tasting note
    fuzzy_peachkin 464 tasting notes
  • “*Tea #8 from Traveling Tea Box C* I was going to hot brew this, until I noticed the other note saying that this was extremely hibiscusy. I decided to cold brew it instead to hopefully tame the...” Read full tasting note
    Molybdenum 225 tasting notes
  • “Dominated by hibiscus and cinnamon, which I did not expect based on the name. When will I learn to read ingredients? It was okay, for tasting mostly like two of my least favorite tea ingredients.” Read full tasting note
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    kupgup 237 tasting notes

From Tea Forte

This organic rare white tea brews up all the bounty of a summer harvest. Savory rhubarb and the sweet taste of lush peaches are blended with fragrant, floral hibiscus. This cup sings with delight. Refreshing iced.

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464 tasting notes

Travelling Tea Box C

Heavy on the cinnamon! Sweet, slightly artificial tasting. I could discern some peach and rhubarb, but not as distinctively as I wanted. Some hibiscus, but not as much as I was worried about. An ok fruity blend, but nothing spectacular.

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225 tasting notes

Tea #8 from Traveling Tea Box C

I was going to hot brew this, until I noticed the other note saying that this was extremely hibiscusy. I decided to cold brew it instead to hopefully tame the hibiscus a bit. It doesn’t seem to have worked too much however. The main flavor here is hibiscus, with a bit of a generic sweet fruit flavor in there somewhere.

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Iced 8 min or more

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Dominated by hibiscus and cinnamon, which I did not expect based on the name. When will I learn to read ingredients?

It was okay, for tasting mostly like two of my least favorite tea ingredients.

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