Sweet Asian Pear White Tea

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White Tea
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170 °F / 76 °C 3 min, 15 sec 8 oz / 236 ml

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  • “I finished the last bit of my initial 2oz purchase today, so technically a sipdown but I recently got another 2oz of it on sale, so not really. Today has been a really nice relaxed new years...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Seems like forever since I've done a tea tasting. Heh. brewed this hot then dropped a few ice cubes in a glass and poured this over it. Wish I had let this cool more before doing that...I splashed...” Read full tasting note
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    lynxiegrl 181 tasting notes
  • “Assuming it has been brewed to perfection, you will taste a lovely and delicate citrus with a floral hint. There is a huge array of different fruits in there too, that are not particularly...” Read full tasting note
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    mobe1 290 tasting notes
  • “I was given some of this by a coworker of mine, and I like it somewhat. The pear is very nice, but there's something tart in the overall taste that I'm not ultra-crazy about.” Read full tasting note
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    omgwtfbgd 85 tasting notes

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Slip into serenity with this soothing, flavorful and oh-so-delicious white and oolong tea blend. Kissed with elderflowers, the sweet Asian pear, passionfruit, peach and silky smooth citrus combine to create a blissful and calming experience, certain to keep your head in the clouds as you sip your way through daydreams.

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339 tasting notes

I finished the last bit of my initial 2oz purchase today, so technically a sipdown but I recently got another 2oz of it on sale, so not really.

Today has been a really nice relaxed new years day. My husband and I planned out our season ticket to the symphony, watched Zoolander and didn’t do much of anything else. Not sure what 2014 is going to bring, but I hope I’m ready for it!

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181 tasting notes

Seems like forever since I’ve done a tea tasting. Heh.
brewed this hot then dropped a few ice cubes in a glass and poured this over it. Wish I had let this cool more before doing that…I splashed some of the liquid onto my hand. Glad it wasn’t a liquid that was close to 212!
Anyways: This sort of reminds me of Teavana’s Chateau Blanc, though like a weaker version. Though at the beginning of testing the Chateau Blanc I liked it, by the time I gotten to having 3rd and 4th cups at a later time, I had trouble even finishing the cup! This tea though it has a similar flavor it seems to be more pleasant, but at this moment I cannot see myself getting another bag once this is done. Now if this was a tea at the shop I like in Plymouth, (For over $10 less in the average tea they have!) I would be more inclined to at least keep this around for iced tea.

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Assuming it has been brewed to perfection, you will taste a lovely and delicate citrus with a floral hint. There is a huge array of different fruits in there too, that are not particularly noticeable, but they add the soft sweetness to the tea to pull all the flavors together.

It has a very light tea body, which makes it very nice and refreshing. However, I would not recommend drinking it cold; it is very astringent and a little bitter when it cools down

Preparation
175 °F / 79 °C 3 min, 30 sec

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85 tasting notes

I was given some of this by a coworker of mine, and I like it somewhat. The pear is very nice, but there’s something tart in the overall taste that I’m not ultra-crazy about.

Preparation
175 °F / 79 °C 2 min, 0 sec

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I was at the mall today and passed by Teavana. I’ve had some unpleasant in-store experiences, so I just passed right on by. On my way out of the mall, though, I was in a pretty good mood and thought I could probably handle any pushy salespeople. As soon as I entered, I told them I wanted an iced tea to go so they didn’t even have a chance to try to push things on me. The girl working was actually pretty nice and showed me some teas I might enjoy without pushing me to purchase any. Phew. I feel like this is turning into a diary entry, so let me just cut to the actual tea tasting part.

While my experience at Teavana was surprisingly pleasant, I was disappointed somewhat by this tea. I love love love asian pear, but this tea was not as sweet as the title might suggest. Also, the aftertaste is heavily floral/perfume-y. Not sure what elderflowers are, but maybe it was that? Whatever asian pear taste there might be was quickly replaced by the sensation that I had accidentally swallowed someone’s perfume. I had this tea on my shopping list originally to try, but I don’t think I will be purchasing more for myself. Oh well, at least I tried a cup (a ridiculously expensive one) before buying a bunch and regretting it!

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350 tasting notes

This one and I are not getting along too well. I think I’m constantly oversteeping, whether hot or cold because it has a bitter, unpleasant taste. Stronger when I gulp a lot down at once… hmm. It is probably because it’s a white tea and I don’t have a thermometer.

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I ordered this tea at Teavana the other day and it was DELICIOUS. It had lovely pear notes but also had a strong citrus and berry flavor. I had it iced and it was a perfectly refreshing drink on a warm summer day.

Preparation
Iced

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33 tasting notes

Had this iced today! It was really good and very sweet… Maybe too much rock sugar? I couldn’t taste the white tea at all. Tasted like juice. Really good but

Kasumi no Chajin

possibly. I know Asian Pears on their own can be very sweet and wet/juicy, so it may have been the character of the tea too…

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A very mild, light white tea with very nice pear flavor that does not taste artificial. Drank it cold and lightly sweetened, but I could have done without the sweetener even.

Preparation
3 min, 15 sec 1 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML

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I bought 2 ounces of this tea because I was looking for something with pear in it to try. I found this tea very refreshing and good both iced and hot. However, I got bored of this flavour really quick and didn’t buy anymore after my supply ran out.

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