Got this in a discounted set. Eight ounces of assorted teas for 9 bucks! Woohoo!
This is very fruity, the blueberry definitely comes through, but I loves me some fruity tea so this is a super pleasant treat. Especially since the price was right!
“Cold brewed this one half and half with Berry Basil Blast for about 12 hours. Initially it smelled of delicious gummy candies. Strongly blueberry or Swedish berry. The taste initially was good. ...” Read full tasting note
“Thank you, tperez! A blueberry white was the second of my two first loose leaf teas but I never repurchased it for some reason. This one has always intrigued me so yay....” Read full tasting note
“Another new tea. I hoped to like this one as much as I liked White Blueberry by Adagio, but something about this doesn’t thrill me. It is good, tasty, and fruity, but it also just tastes...” Read full tasting note
“I’m amazed to find a white Teavana blend that actually has recognizable white tea in it. All the other "white" teas from them I’ve tried have little bits of leaves that are...” Read full tasting note
A majestic summer picnic of açaí, blueberry, black currants and lush white grapes is this royal blend’s muse. Renowned for the soft notes of the beautiful hibiscus flower, this white tea is a delicious treat.
Rich sweet blueberry infusion with tart hibiscus overtones
How to Prepare
Use 1.5 teaspoons of tea per 8 ounces of water. Heat water to 175 degrees and steep for 2 minutes.
Ingredients: White tea, blueberries, grapes, black chokeberries, black currants, rose hip peels, beetroot pieces, hibiscus flowers, artificial flavoring, açai fruit powder (açai, maltodextrin)
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Very easy to oversteep. I either oversteep and end up with a bitter aftertaste or under-steep and have a weak tea. I’ve had it several times, sometimes carefully checking water temperature and sometimes not, and can’t get it exactly right. Not bad, but I’ll stick to the more reliable teas in my cupboard.