Snowflake White

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175 °F / 79 °C 4 min, 0 sec 8 oz / 236 ml

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From Argo Tea

A heavenly blend of white tea, apple, sweet pink pepper, and seasonal spices.

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Special thanks to Amanda for this one!

GUESS WHAT!?!?!?!?!

I passed my 5,000th Tasting Note!
This is actually my 5,002nd Tasting Note!

So…I think it’s time for me to give away some tea! If you would like to throw your name into the hat for a mystery box please leave a comment on this post! Tomorrow I will choose ONE person to start gathering teas for and in February I will mail a box out to the winner! It will be an assortment of teas, companies, sample sizes from my stash!

My thoughts on this tea…

It smells like a cross between crust, mushrooms, apples, and pepper, and popcorn.

It’s a yellowy color and the taste is very different from other apple whites I have tried.

The Pink Peppercorns threw me for a loop at first but I got used to them. The apple is toned down by the peppercorns but still present. I can tell there are spices at the begging and end of the sip…they are mellower.

This is ok. Ballsy mix of flavors here and I appreciate that! Not my fave but not bad either :) So glad I was able to try it!!!


Wow – you are leaps and bounds ahead of me!


Throwing my name into the hat :) I don’t know how you manage to rack up so many tasting notes — you are certainly dedicated!


Wow! That’s amazing! Way to go!


Throwing my name in the hat as well. Sounds like a very interesting tea.


Nice review this seems interesting. Congrats for getting up to this tastenote.


Congratulations on your persistance! It is one thing to love tea, but quite another to log that many! You rock!


That is definitely amazing :D Throwing my name in too!


Hmm… a mystery box of tea? I would totally love that! Put me in the hat!

Also, congratulations on 5000! You must be the most well-hydrated of us all! :)


Congratulations! I wonder if I will ever hit that point? It will be a long time if I do!


Cool, congrats! Have you kept a list of how many unique teas you have tried?


Meeka – Not overall – but my log shows MOST of them! LOL – Wish I did tho!

The DJBooth

Nice! for 5,000 you gotta go big or go home


Congratulations on your 5000th post. Hip hip hooray for you : )


Sal-OOOOT! for continuing to broaden my tea horizons. Who’da thunk there were 5,000 varieties out there? :)


5000? That is amazing. I love reading your thoughts on the different teas. A mystery box of tea sounds amazing. Especially in the doldrums of winter in February.


You cupboard is simply amazing. I count teas from 20 different companies from just the first three alphabetical pages! And what a diverse selection! I see many companies I have heard about, but mostly companies I have not. Do you have a Korean green tea? I know I have been wondering if the Korean greens are really different than the other standard Asian teas (I recently bought one Korean Tea from SanctuaryT, but it looks more a green tea/black tea blend than a pure green tea, so I question its validity, although it is good.) I see you have lots of Butiki and Culinary teas. We are really enjoying the Culinary teas, and I have heard good things about Bitiki’s teas. Congratulations on over 5000 notes!


Congratulations!! Thats a lot of tea :)


Wow congrats! On to 10,000, eh? :D


I’ll enter! And wow, that’s a lot of notes! I was pleased with myself when I reached 250, haha. I can’t even conceive of 5000!


I’m in, fingers crossed :)
I’d like to see a pic of your tea stash, it must be humongous. :)


Just thinking about 5000 tasting notes makes me want to pee. Well, it could be the six cups I had today.

Madeline Alyce

I think I got to 4 tasting notes and then dropped out! I love to talk about tea, drink tea, read about tea, but I feel like a babbeling idiot when I try to review tea! I always end up saying things like, “I hope that makes sense” haha


MadelineAlyce: I couldn’t help but look at your reviews after this comment of yours: ‘babbling idiot’ Ha! I could easily be named a babbling idiot (I definitely feel like it, at times). I like what you tell me in your reviews. Anyway, hopefully you write them more for you than for us (I write my reviews first and foremost for me). For instance, I used to journal; but I haven’t for a while, now, partially because writing out here, in a sense, meets my need to express what I am thinking/feeling inside (although the context of Steepster is in a much more confined subject arena than a journal is). Steepster BOTH spurs me on to write, AND to put my stuff out here to all of you wonderful tea aficionados/writers, which in turn helps me to feel heard, and, most importantly, to feel connected to others of a like mind. So, please, unless you don’t want to, keep posting reviews! : – )


holy cow that is super impressive!!!

I agree with kOmpir – Your collection must be HUGE!


throws his name into hat

Thats alot of tasting notes!

Happy tea time.


Congrats on this milestone! :)

RachanaC (Rachel)-iHeartTeas

Congrats what an amazing achievement. :)


Wow, amazing! Congrats!


That is quite the milestone! woohoo


Congrats :) it’s shows all the passion you put into this!


go TEB!! congrats on all your reviews, I hope to get there myself one day! :)


So many notes!


Congrats on passing 5,000! :)


Woohoo!!! Congrats!! You are the cornerstone of Steepster, seriously!!! Here’s to another 5000! :)


Wow, that’s a LOT of tea! Congrats :)


Congratulations on your 5000th!


5000 :O That’s a lot of different teas, congrats.


I may be too late for the hat throwing in thing, but congrats on the number of posts anyway! :) I agree with Stephanie that you are the “cornerstone of Steepster.” You’re also one of my favorite tea friends. :)


Awwwww – thanks girls :)




Super congrats! Exciting! : )


Congratulations! I’m glad that your resource of knowledge and reviews is here for me to view! :) I’m going to throw my lot in for this give away and I look forward to hear who the winner is! :)


Congratulations, I look forward to the day when I reach that milestone. I must say that in the short time I’ve been using steepster, your reviews have been among my favorites. It would be amazing if I was chosen as I have virtually no money to spend on tea (I’m 17 and currently have no job). So I hope that you will consider me for your giveaway, it’s a very generous thought. Either way, congratulations and best wishes. :)


Wowzers! That is a lot of tea….yummy! You must have developed quite a taste palette after trying so many different kinds and brands of tea. I am just getting into tyring different brands of tea. Congrats!!


Attempting to enter said hat.


Congrats on 5,000! That is a LOT. I’d love to enter for winning the tea! thanks for the chance


Holy Cow – may you always have a loo near by – that’s a lot of tea passing through your system.

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1965 tasting notes

Most of my white tea reviews lean heavily to the complaint side. Thanks to laurenpressley, I finally found one to love. The apple-peppercorn thing gives this delicate tea some flavor, and even though it’s nowhere near the ingredient list, I could swear there’s a white chocolate thing happening in the background.

Nice, nice, nice!

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828 tasting notes

So this one packs a little bit of a punch! I think it’s because of the pink peppercorns. The blend of that and apples goes really well and the tea stands up on its own as well. It’s not my favorite holiday tea (I’m avoiding apples lately and the kick is more than I like with white tea), but it’s still a good cup!


Generally, I’m less fond of white teas because they don’t have enough kick — this sounds almost just right.

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1220 tasting notes

This is interesting. I didn’t like it at first because it tasted too much like bad apple juice, which I think was just the spices and the apple.

But as it cooled, or as I drank it, I really started to enjoy it. It’s different. I just don’t think you can tell that it’s white tea at all because so much is going on.

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17 tasting notes

Very light and tasty! This smelled almost spicy because of the peppercorn but.the flavor is very mellow, it is.not overly apple-tasting, just a mild fruity flavor, reminds me of revolution white tea in pear, this is a very enjoyable tea.

Flavors: Apple

1 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML

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958 tasting notes

What other tea does this tea remind me of? Seriously, can somebody please tell me? I’m going out of my mind. It’s delicious and I love it but my poor memory is driving me insane. What other delicious white teas have existed in my life?

I have about two cups of this left in my sampler and I am already bereft thinking about having none of this tea in my life any more.


Some people feel that white teas are too plain, but I think they are full of subtle notes that always remind me of “something”. I just had an incredibly good white blend last night that reminded me of the taste of summer rain :-)

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