Mount Everest

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Fruit Green Herbal White Blend
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155 °F / 68 °C 2 min, 0 sec

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  • “The only thing I don't like about Tealish is how similar so many of their teas are to blends from Davids. So I went in there this time looking for something totally different from anything I had...” Read full tasting note
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  • “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...” Read full tasting note
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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.

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145 tasting notes

The only thing I don’t like about Tealish is how similar so many of their teas are to blends from Davids. So I went in there this time looking for something totally different from anything I had tried before. I think I did pretty well!
This seemed like a kind of intimidating tea at first, with all the different kinds of tea and the corn and curry leaves and all. But the package promised a light, refreshing cup and the leaves smelled so nice. The brewed tea smells very fruity! I can barely pick up any spice. And it is indeed light and refreshing. It tastes fruity with a light green tea taste, and I think the spice comes through in the background. I can almost feel it more than taste it, if that makes sense. This tastes amazing but it’s hard to describe!
I’m kind of surprised how much I like this. The website suggests icing it and I think this would definitely be amazing iced!

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175 °F / 79 °C 2 min, 0 sec

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1292 tasting notes

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.

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