I agree with a previous poster who said that the pomegranate was pretty strong. Oherwise I think it’s a good tea.
“I had a cup of this last night at book group. It tastes pretty good, but the pomegranate is pretty strong and overwhelms the white. If you’d asked me to identify what kind of tea it was,...” Read full tasting note
“Why yes, I did brew this twice in one day. This time I put one bag in my 16oz travel mug and just left it in there forever (it’s still in there now, 30 minutes later). Don’t know if...” Read full tasting note
“I am in agreement here. A very tasty tea…..I’m not sure if TJ’s carries this one anymore but a good tea none the less.” Read full tasting note
“Has a very beautiful deep red color (ruby?). Has a very strong pomegranate flavor. Not a lite tea.” Read full tasting note
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Tried this tea when my wife bought it on a whim. It is a nice tasting, fruity tea. However, being a fan of white tea in it’s simplest form (touch of honey), I felt the pomegranate was overwhelming and destroyed any semblance of the white tea element. All in all, a good tea, but not a personal favorite.
Another one from our host’s selection.
This one makes me think of a white version of Republic of Tea’s Pomegranate Green. The pomegranate has substance, but it’s not so strong that it overpowers the white tea. It’s nice and simple when I’m in the mood for fruit. It’s very good, but I think I still prefer blueberry with my white tea.