Superfine White Peony Tea

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  • “So I'm sitting here typing notes to put in packages I will be sending out in a day or two (if I promised you one - its coming soon) and waiting for this cup to cool enough to sip. Forgetting what...” Read full tasting note
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White Peony Tea undergoes very little processing. Made from just the unopened silvery buds and the small, top one or two leaves it is picked in spring and gently withered to yield a refreshing, easy-drinking tea, full of soft fruit flavors and melon notes with a lingering sweet aftertaste.

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So I’m sitting here typing notes to put in packages I will be sending out in a day or two (if I promised you one – its coming soon) and waiting for this cup to cool enough to sip. Forgetting what I’m doing with the tea while thinking on the notes, I reach over and pop a couple spice drop candies in my mouth. Tasting tip: don’t eat spice drops when drinking white tea. Good grief. I really need to move the candy dish out of temptations way.

Normally a good white tea will have fresh hay, cucumber, and melon notes. Looking at my previous notes on this one it was a fine example. It is still scented of hay but the taste is decidedly pickle. Not that I mind pickles but it is not what I was going for this morning. Amateur. Oh well, in the time it took me to complain my taster has mostly calmed down and this is once again a lovely tea with earthy notes. I will continue to sip it today and then I have enough for one more session another day.

FYI: I have read up on white teas and it seems a good one if well stored will remain tasty for 6 years or more. Knowing you don’t have to drink it right away makes an expensive tea seem a little more worth it.

Shelley_Lorraine

lol. I have to keep the candy out of the way too when I have tea. I got all these German bonbons per BrewTEAlly Sweet’s recommendation, and now I occasionally find myself drinking tea with candy still in my mouth!

K S

I usually try to keep some neutral snacks handy – like dry cereal – oh well at this rate the spice drops will be gone soon.

TheTeaFairy

Lol, you cannot be a morning pickle person unless you are pregnant!!!
And yes, the shell life of white peony is definitely a plus.

K S

lol, where is the like button on comments?

Shelley_Lorraine

LOL tea fairy. It may not have been what he was going for, and yet, there he was having sweets with his pickle tea. . . I don’t know about you, but I don’t like my pickles with dessert any time of day ;)

K S

O My! Maybe I am pregnant. :)

TheTeaFairy

This thread is making my spleen hurt, lol! shelly, yeah, adding the sweet factor makes it even worst for him, doesn’t it???

K S, no worries, don’t know you that well but «tea belly» is more likely…Just saying…
K S

Hey, I resemble that remark!

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