White Lounge Tea

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180 °F / 82 °C 7 min, 30 sec

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White Chinese tea with elderflower and black currant flavors. Water temperature 80 degrees C. Infusion time 7 minutes

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So after steeping that White Mulberry for 6 minutes, it wasn’t too daunting to leave this in the basket for 8, in accordance with the instructions on the bag.

Dry, this tea smells sweet and fruity. It’s very pretty, all long leaves and flower petals. In the cup, it’s all blackcurrant. And nicely done, too – it’s very present both in the nose and in the sip. The elderberry would have been a nice companion, though – again, this is me and my search for those complex, surprising trickster teas.

I’m definitely enjoying this one, though, and I look forward to trying it iced.

[Sample gifted by my sweet friend T, October 2013.]

175 °F / 79 °C 8 min or more

Hm… I think I want a go at this one too. I once had the black currant pai mu tan from 52teas and liked it a lot. Maybe I should just go in and say ‘give me some of your flavoured whites, except that one and that one because I’ve tried those before.’ :p


Haha, yeah – that actually sounds like a plan. One of these days I’m going to walk in to either Lupicia, MF, ACP or some other favourite and say, ‘Give me one of each.’ One of these days.


I totally agree with your review about the tea. White Lounge tea is weird. When I smelled it, it was sooo good. But when I have been drinking it, I get quite bored.

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I’ve been drinking this one for a couple of weeks. I bought it when I was looking after my White Symphony tea and I couldn’t in the shop decide which of those two that were the one (The special takeaway cup) I was looking for so that’s why I bought both. But The special one was the White Symphony.

If I should talk about this tea, I am still confused because I have no clue of what I think. When I smelled it I loved the strong scent of Black Currant, but when I were tasting it, after been drinking White Temple, White Symphony and White Mulberry which are my absolute favorites of Perch’s teas, this one were quite boring. I like it though but its just tea for me. It doesn’t give me the wow-feeling. But still it’s drinkable. When I don’t like so much is that the flavor is so mild and for someone who likes milk and sugar in their tea, I think this one would be a good morning tea, or night tea before going to sleep. I haven’t tried this one as an ice tea, but I think it can be okey.

180 °F / 82 °C 7 min, 0 sec

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