Cranberry Pistachio Biscotti

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Cranberry Pistachio Biscotti White Tea:

Delicious pastry, with the sweetness of pistachios, the tartness of cranberries and rounded out with roses.

All orders come in resealable packaging and include a reusable muslin cotton tea bag.


White Peony tea, dried cranberries, pistachios, rose petals, rose hips, natural flavors

Brew and Size Instructions:

Use 1 tbsp for an 8 oz cup
Steep for 5 minutes at 180F water

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Cold Brew!

So I don’t really feel like this tasted like biscotti to me, nor did the cranberry in it actually particularly stand out – but it was a really nice cup with some truly great focus on the pistachio. The best I can think to describe it is if you took pistachios and made a cream of them and then used that pistachio cream to make a thick fresh “whipped cream”. Very sweet and fatty/buttery tasting pistachio but with an airiness to it that I love and which, I believe, the white tea base helps to support greatly. There’s also a little bit of a boozy quality to the tea, and I’m wondering if maybe it’s just part of the carrier of the flavour as it was very much the kind of alcoholic note that really stands out in things like chocolate flavouring with an alcohol based carrier. Regardless, I thought it only complimented this whipped pistachio taste and all in all it was a refreshing and flavourful nutty profile I liked.


May I ask why the cold brew, and have you tried it hot-brew? I adore pistachios, but biscotti or cran-anything, not so much. This tea sounds heavenly! And cold brew might make me reminisce about Ben & Jerrys Pistachio-Pistachio ice cream (my favorite).

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Currently very into this particular flavour combination from A Quarter to Tea. I seem to have a fondness for both the cranberry and pistachio flavourings, which are present in multiple other blends, and since I have a decent amount of this tea, I’m trying to use it up before a couple others (which I may enjoy slightly more). Either way, I don’t know that it tastes like actual cranberries, but it does have a sweet nuttyish baked good taste to it, and I like it.

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