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White Rose

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Herbal White Blend
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Edit tea info Last updated by JewlOfTheLotus
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  • “This makes a very lovely cup of tea! Very present flavor, but nice and mild. I added a teaspoon of honey to my second cup, as the tea itself smells sweet but there isn't much sweetness to it. It...” Read full tasting note
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    Simian 5 tasting notes
  • “This tea smells like a bouquet of roses, and tastes even better - the rose flavor is light, yet pronounced - changing as it passes over your tongue and coming out strongest on the backend....” Read full tasting note
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    jewlofthelotus 106 tasting notes
  • “No flavorings at all with this one so the white tea base is very pronounced. After a long day at work I enjoyed coming home to relax with this beautiful tea. I Love the roses and the mild flavor.” Read full tasting note
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From Zhi Tea

We take our Organic Oothu White tea and fold in just the right amount of organic rose buds for a really smooth and mild any time of day tea.

No flavorings at all with this one so the white tea base is very pronounced.

The Oothu Estate is located in the Singampatti rainforest and is one of the first organic and Fair Trade tea estates in the world.

Light, refreshing, simple.

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5 tasting notes

This makes a very lovely cup of tea! Very present flavor, but nice and mild. I added a teaspoon of honey to my second cup, as the tea itself smells sweet but there isn’t much sweetness to it. It was wonderful.

The way I make loose-leaf is to put the leaves directly in the pot and let them dance. This is all well and good for the first cup, but depending on the type of tea, it isn’t for the second. It’s not normally an issue because I drink it quickly, but I didn’t this time and I’m working on my fourth cup. It’s still lovely. Slightly – very slightly – more astringent, but not really. I’m raising my rating on this a bit, and might make this a staple in my cupboard due to it’s ability to hold up to long steeping times.

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106 tasting notes

This tea smells like a bouquet of roses, and tastes even better – the rose flavor is light, yet pronounced – changing as it passes over your tongue and coming out strongest on the backend. Refreshing and smooth … I want to bathe in this tea …

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57 tasting notes

No flavorings at all with this one so the white tea base is very pronounced.
After a long day at work I enjoyed coming home to relax with this beautiful tea.
I Love the roses and the mild flavor.

Preparation
4 min, 0 sec

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