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180 °F / 82 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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  • “I find this tea to be confusing ... or at least, I think that the Spice and Tea Exchange is confused. The ingredient lists green tea, whereas the description and title calls this a White tea, and...” Read full tasting note
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    LiberTEAS 4458 tasting notes
  • “Perfume!!! In a cup! When I saw other people's notes about tea tasting perfumey, I didn't quite get it. All I could picture was flavoured ethanol (never-mind the health implications! ha!) But then...” Read full tasting note
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    indigobloom 1315 tasting notes
  • “-Dry blend is a beautiful mixture of green leaves, pink and yellow rose petals and lavender. Wet leaves floated to the top during steeping. Wet leaves reveal long tea leaves and whole peppermint...” Read full tasting note
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    JosieJade 358 tasting notes
  • “Pretty sure this one has lost a lot of its floral by sitting for so long... but it's not too bad iced anyways! Hot-brew and chill method. Thanks to *Indigobloom* for a sample!” Read full tasting note
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    kittenna 2390 tasting notes

From The Spice and Tea Exchange

This fragrant white tea blend consists of all organic ingredients. Roses, jasmine, and lavender are combined with rejuvenating peppermint for a delicious and scented cup. Great for morning or evening enjoyment. Contains: green tea, rose petals, jasmine flowers, lavender flowers, peppermint leaves. Moderate Caffeine.

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12 Tasting Notes

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4458 tasting notes

I find this tea to be confusing … or at least, I think that the Spice and Tea Exchange is confused. The ingredient lists green tea, whereas the description and title calls this a White tea, and the leaves look like white tea to me.

This has a very romantic overture to it, the rose and the jasmine and the lavender are the most prominent flavors here, with the rose being the primary focus. The peppermint is rather soft, really, and seems content to sit off in the background. The white tea is not lost here, either, and offers a light, sweet, slightly creamy taste to the pleasing floral tones.

Quite nice.

Bonnie

Romantic overtures and creamy taste sounds restful and soothing!

SimpliciTEA

That’s a gorgeous looking tea!

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1315 tasting notes

Perfume!!! In a cup!
When I saw other people’s notes about tea tasting perfumey, I didn’t quite get it. All I could picture was flavoured ethanol (never-mind the health implications! ha!)
But then this tea came along… and there it is! perfume. Rosey perfume.
At first, when the cup was hot, it was overwhelming. Almost nauseating. I was plotting ways to get rid of it almost immediately after my first sip. But then the cup cooled somewhat and before I knew it, I’d sipped away at it to the bottom! The floralness had mellowed out quite a bit, so I tried a second steep and ohh yes this was much better. Floral in just the right way. There wasn’t enough “tea” flavour in there for my liking but that’s ok, maybe I will add some after tweaking the settings a bit. Perhaps a 30 second steep would fare better than my initial 2 minutes.

Bonnie

I know what you mean about perfumy. I have this Czar Nikolas Valentine that is really floral almost perfumy that my grandkids and daughter love. It stops short of being too much. Reminds them of elegant modern manor houses and gardens. This type of tea does take you away to another place like a mini vacation doesn’t it.

Indigobloom

Oh for sure, that’s what the best teas will do for ya! :)
I didn’t try this one for the longest time because the Berry White from STE dissapointed me so much. Now I’m glad I did!!

Bonnie

Oh yeh I remember the affair with you and Berry White "Can’t get enough of your love baby! "

Indigobloom

LOLOL!! Oh Bonnie you cracka me uppa :)
actually I tried it iced today and it was drinkable. Much better than hot, which is odd because I don’t typically enjoy iced tea!

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358 tasting notes

-Dry blend is a beautiful mixture of green leaves, pink and yellow rose petals and lavender. Wet leaves floated to the top during steeping. Wet leaves reveal long tea leaves and whole peppermint leaves.
-Dry leaves smell like a minty potpourri. Tea liquor smells clean and faintly of roses.
-Tea liquor is a clear, pale yellow.
-Grassy flavor with a wispy mint finish. Able to detect rose taste after swallowing.
-Best with sweetener.
-Very good tea. Very delicate flavor, but sweetener enhances the floral and mint notes.

Preparation
175 °F / 79 °C 2 min, 30 sec
Azzrian

Sounds really lovely!

Josie Jade

Lovely is a good word to describe this tea. It’s really light and delicate but it’s perfect for a lazy Sunday like today! :)

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2390 tasting notes

Pretty sure this one has lost a lot of its floral by sitting for so long… but it’s not too bad iced anyways! Hot-brew and chill method. Thanks to Indigobloom for a sample!

Preparation
195 °F / 90 °C 2 min, 0 sec

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394 tasting notes

I picked this up from BrewTEAlly Sweet’s stash sale and am so very glad that I did. It’s just a lovely, thick, floral brew. Not generically floral, either. The rose, jasmine, and lavender are distinct without clashing or tasting artificial. The peppermint doesn’t really come through except as a refreshing, mildly tingly aftertaste. This holds up well to a second steep, though it has an ever so slightly thinner mouthfeel.

This is labeled as a white tea. Also a green tea. I’m not sure which it actually is. The floral flavors obscure most of the base. It looks like a green tea, though.

first steep: 180F, 3 mins
second steep: 195F, 5 mins

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206 tasting notes

I had this for breakfast this morning. I do not know why but I love rose teas. Maybe its because when I was little I loved these mints that literally tasted like a rose scent and then had a little rose seed in the middle and I have yet to find them anywhere anymore. "/ I would love to have those again. Anyways.. back to this tea. I am determined to get at least 4 teas sipped and logged today from Stephanie ’s swap.
This is my tea from her cute little package, and this is the one I was most excited about. Unfortunately this steep, all I tasted was green tea and rose. I was confused though because on the package it says white tea but in here says green tea ha ha. It did steep like a white tea and the color of the liquor was that of a white tea so i say it is a white tea ha ha. I will have to steep again and see if I can find the lavender, mint and jasmine. :) thank you Stephanie for this full package, and I cannot wait to see what different types of things I can do with tea. I love rose and floral teas cold steeped:)

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940 tasting notes

Blech. I made a jug of this iced. I’m getting mostly rose from it. Very little tea or any other flavors. It is a nice, natural rose scent/flavor, but I guess I’m just not into rose tea. I love roses though…one of my fave flowers :) anway, I’ll probably swap the rest of this in a week or two when my schedule is less hectic, so if you’d like to try it leave me a note!

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741 tasting notes

i drank this yesterday for breakfast. it smells of the most relaxing and loving rose bouquet. it’s currently the only caffinated tea i have in my collection, so i suspect i’ll be drinking a lot more of it until my deliveries arrive.

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Rose takes the forefront in this delicate tea. I’m not typically a huge fan of rose flavored things, but of course none have ever been as natural tasting as this.

The white tea lays a nice and sweet foundation for the other ingredients to play on. Another reviewer mentions mint, and to be honest I couldn’t really detect it on the first few times I brewed this tea, it’s very subtle.

I’m in love though, and I plan to get my hands on some more soon.

Preparation
170 °F / 76 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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This tea looked and smelled beautiful in the jar! It’s also organic, so I just couldn’t resist getting a small bag. Unfortunately, the tea itself disappoints. I experimented brewing it a couple of times, but there is absolutely no rose in it—delicate or otherwise. I can taste the white tea. Of all the other ingredients, the peppermint is most obvious. It definitely leaves a minty aftertaste. If I want a mint tea, however, I’d get something else.

Preparation
180 °F / 82 °C 2 min, 0 sec

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