White Acai

Tea type
White Tea
Ingredients
Apple Pieces, Black Currants, Natural Flavours, Organic Hibiscus, Organic Rose Hips, Organic White Tea Leaves, Pineapple Piece
Flavors
Black Currant, Floral, Pineapple, Raspberry, Sweet
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Caffeine
Medium
Certification
Organic
Edit tea info Last updated by Mastress Alita
Average preparation
150 °F / 65 °C 5 min, 45 sec 32 oz / 946 ml

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  • “Sip down! Taking a tea break from dealing with my finished lace shawl photos. This tea isn’t bad iced, though it does taste quite artificial and candy like. I feel weird as sometimes I do like...” Read full tasting note
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  • “June Wedding! Time for something old, so I found another of my oldest Art of Tea samplers, White Acai, a flavor they have since discontinued. Like most of the teas I’ve been brewing lately, I made...” Read full tasting note
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From Art of Tea

Experience the many wonders of acai in this uplifting white tea blend, with its refreshing fruity high notes and its smooth, rounded finish. Steeps a lively pinkish hue and is best served over ice or as a mid afternoon lift.

This tea has been discontinued.

Tasting Notes: Berry, Sweet, Tart
Origin: Art of Tea Blend
Caffeine Content: Medium

Ingredients: Organic White Tea, Pineapple Bits, Organic Rosehips, Organic Hibiscus, Organic Apple Bits, Organic Black Currants, Acai Powder, Natural Flavors

Preparation Tips:

Water Temperature: 175-185 F degrees
Steep Time: 1-3 minutes
Suggested Serving Size: 1 Tbsp/8oz

About Art of Tea View company

Art of Tea is a tea importer and wholesaler based in Los Angeles, California. We hand blend and custom craft the world’s finest organic teas and botanicals. Our teas are carefully selected directly from growers, each one offering a unique story.

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Sip down! Taking a tea break from dealing with my finished lace shawl photos. This tea isn’t bad iced, though it does taste quite artificial and candy like. I feel weird as sometimes I do like candy tasting tea (ie, Lupicias Champagne Rose or Momoko), but this tastes like pixie stick powdery.

Shawl pics! phew, that was a lot of lace knitting crazyness and beading!
http://awkwardsoul.files.wordpress.com/2013/09/awkwardsoul-scarlet-temptress-shawl-2.jpg
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Preparation
Iced
wheezybee

Gorgeous!

OMGsrsly

That shawl is GORGEOUS!

Cavocorax

That’s so impressive! I love it.

Tealizzy

That shawl is amazing!

I ♥ NewYorkCiTEA

Wow, that’s really pretty, AS !

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June Wedding! Time for something old, so I found another of my oldest Art of Tea samplers, White Acai, a flavor they have since discontinued.

Like most of the teas I’ve been brewing lately, I made this one cold brewed. The tea brewed up a most lovely very pale yellow, like the color of white corn, and has a somewhat tropical fruity aroma, smelling a bit of berries and pineapple.

The flavor is a fairly soft and delicate fruit tea. It has sort of a soft, sweet raspberry sort of taste to me, with a little bit of subtle currant and pineapple notes later in the sip, and it has some very natural sweet floral notes. It’s quite refreshing, and I actually like that the fruit is a bit softer rather than being really robust; I feel like a lot more of the white tea is actually coming through, and some of the soft fruit and floral notes here are from the base itself. Perhaps it was just my particular sampler, but despite the tea having hibi-hip, there is no tanginess or tartness here at all; in fact, from the sheer near-white color of the brew, I have a hard time believing those ingredients were in the blend at all. It is very naturally sweet! I love my tangy fruit teas, but something light, delicate, and sweet like this is a nice change of pace… I’m a bit sad this tea has been discontinued. I wouldn’t mind having more of this around during the hot summer months. Ah well, at least I still have a large bag of White Hibiscus, which has a very similar flavor (yes, despite the misleading name… seriously, that tea tastes nothing like hibiscus!), albeit a little more floral and a little less fruity than this tea.

Flavors: Black Currant, Floral, Pineapple, Raspberry, Sweet

Preparation
Iced 8 min or more 4 tsp 32 OZ / 946 ML

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