Ice Queen-White Champagne Raspberry

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Playful and intoxicating, this white tea is blended together with champagne and raspberry flavors for a beguiling brew that is light, fruity and entices you subtly.

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Chai Diaries means tea memoirs. And to us, that means everything. It’s much more than a daily beverage; it’s a record of life. As the kettle whistles and our tealeaves unfurl in your pot, warm and fragrant, happy memories come to life. You share in the time-honored tradition of experiencing the gift of tea! Fresh tealeaves, natural fruits and botanicals, love and sincerity. Our natural, pesticide-free teas serve as the canvas for a myriad of organic and seasonal blending ingredients. They come together to become our signature blends. Our teas are all natural, provide immense health benefits in day-to-day life including a provider of antioxidants and minerals, assist in weight loss and promote radiant skin!

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90 tasting notes
The White Peony tells that jasmine to shut up and sit down in the back, where it has to wait for its turn like all the other flavors. I suspect this has much to do with the grapey-ness. White tea on its own isn’t usually a brave soul–thus, the addition of muscat serves as an attractive escort, holding the microphone steady for the white to get its bearings and speak. They make a wonderful duo. Moreover, the white gives credit where credit is due, allowing those fruity notes to share the spotlight while jasmine wavers in the background, going, “I’d like to just add a few words, if that’s ok.” This is actually a floral you could get excited about if you tried it cold-brewed, with each flavor emerging over the course of the long steep.

Please don’t pair this with anything, just enjoy on its own. Full review here:

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