This was good!!
the white tea was great, but complicated by the add of green so I’m not sure about how defined they all were… not to mention that I didn’t have time to savour it- this was right before I happened upon the yerba shop so I downed this one in a hurry!
I could taste the spice, it was mild, but it provided a nice background finish, along with the corn. Kinda odd that it wasn’t more roasty though, not in a corn way anyhow.
One thing I liked was that it had a natural sweetness, so there was no sugar added. A good standalone tea… extra points for that!
I’m not sure if I would buy this one but I’ll think about it. Something here is throwing me off and I can’t quite figure out what- I need to try it again and sit with it.
A unique and inspiring blend made with Pai Mu Tan White tea, Darjeeling green tea, Sencha, Lung Ching, and Jasmine Pearls. Sprinklings of pineapple bits, corn kernels and curry leaves create a symphony of fine tastes! A light, refreshing cup.
Mount Everest white tea makes an amazing iced tea! For directions on how to make incredible iced teas using loose leaf tea click here.