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Pai Mu Tan Vanilla

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White Tea
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180 °F / 82 °C 3 min, 30 sec

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From Upton Tea Imports

Description:
A premium Pai Mu Tan white tea, flavored with the taste of vanilla. New lot.
Ingredients:
white tea, rose flowers, artificial flavor
Origin:
Germany

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302 tasting notes

A white tea with a hint of vanilla in the background. The vanilla is very very subtle. The smell is a little grassy. The aftertaste is a bit sour. I thought I would like this one more. Glad it is only a sample size.

I was worried since there are rose petals in the tea, but those don’t seem to add any flavor and just look pretty in the mix.

Preparation
180 °F / 82 °C 3 min, 0 sec
Lori

I have a sample of this tea and have yet to try it…I am suprised it is sour…but not surpised that it is blah…

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267 tasting notes

Very mild… probably to avoid overshadowing the white tea. For me it’s perhaps a bit too mild. If I’m going to enjoy flavored tea, I want the flavoring to really take the foreground (or, um, something to take the foreground). I totally get that white tea is delicate and that many folks probably do want to taste the teaness in their cup, but I’m finding myself a little bored. I don’t know what the rose petals add, but it seems like not much. I actually used the Keurig to make this one, because I’ve found that water comes out of there just the right temperature for greens and whites. So… what else to say about this blend? Hmmm Pai Mu Tan is pretty good in general, but one time I had it iced and the whole cup just tasted like ice water. Subtle, perhaps good for thems what don’t really like tea.

Preparation
180 °F / 82 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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328 tasting notes

Nice clean white tea w/a subtle vanilla flavor. There are rose petals in the blend but the rose flavor is not strong at all…

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57 tasting notes

I found this tea to be a tea that was pretty with no flavor other than vanilla. My new tea buddy Lori was kind enough to share some of this with me. Thank You Lori!!!!!
I read teanotes as I brewed this tea, tasted the tea, then added just a pinch of mint (because we know I love mint blended at times). I did enjoy the tea and will enjoy it again soon. This tea does leave a sour note after drinking it.

Preparation
4 min, 15 sec

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