1000 Cranes Blend

Tea type
White Tea
Ingredients
Rose Petals, Shredded Coconut, Strawberry, White Peony
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Average preparation
160 °F / 71 °C 4 min, 0 sec 6 oz / 177 ml

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  • “Backlog: Visually, this is a really appealing blend with the soft, down-covered white tea leaves, coconut shreds, pieces of strawberry and pink/red rose petals. It smells good too! The tea is...” Read full tasting note
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    LiberTEAS 4550 tasting notes
  • “Another sipdown. I think I'll continue making small pots of tea for a while because it's a great way to use up small samples and I can easily barrel through a two-cup pot in an hour or two. This...” Read full tasting note
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    bluebelle 470 tasting notes
  • “Nice tea. Gentle. Sweet. Unassuming. Which surprises me given it has coconut. Not sure if I'd be inclined to get a bag of this, but at the very least won't mind finishing the cup. Like the last...” Read full tasting note
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    lynxiegrl 180 tasting notes

From Zenjala Tea Company

Bai Mu Dan white tea, strawberry pieces, rose petals, and coconut shred – an unusual and satisfying blend.

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4 Tasting Notes

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4550 tasting notes

Backlog:

Visually, this is a really appealing blend with the soft, down-covered white tea leaves, coconut shreds, pieces of strawberry and pink/red rose petals. It smells good too!

The tea is quite pleasant. The rose and berry are the two strongest notes of the cup. A soft, creamy coconut note comes through around mid-sip. I like that even though these flavors are strong, I can still taste the white tea. The flavors don’t overpower the white tea … everything is blended very thoughtfully here.

The white tea is soft, earthy, and vegetative. There is a creaminess to it that melds nicely with the creamy notes of the coconut. A really compelling combination of flavors.

JustJames

what a lovely idea….

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470 tasting notes

Another sipdown. I think I’ll continue making small pots of tea for a while because it’s a great way to use up small samples and I can easily barrel through a two-cup pot in an hour or two.

This is much nicer than my impression of it last time. I think my best description of it would be the tea version of a strawberry milkshake: fruity and creamy. The coconut doesn’t lend much flavor to it, instead adding to the strawberry and letting it shine. There’s also not much tea flavor to it, but that’s okay because the fruit is true to flavor. It’s not one I think I’ll restock, but it was nice to try.

TeaTiff

I have this one in my cupboard too and this note makes me want to bust it out for a light afternoon tea.

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180 tasting notes

Nice tea. Gentle. Sweet. Unassuming. Which surprises me given it has coconut. Not sure if I’d be inclined to get a bag of this, but at the very least won’t mind finishing the cup. Like the last tea who’s suggested temp, because I don’t have 170 as an option I used another, though this time I went for lower, 160 which may have been to low and why this is so mild. Argh. I really need another thermometer.

Preparation
160 °F / 71 °C 4 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 6 OZ / 177 ML

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