Whisky White

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190 °F / 87 °C 3 min, 15 sec

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Drink it on the job
Love unwinding with a glass of whisky after a long work day? Here’s a version you can sip at the office all day long. With white Bai Mu Dan, sweet pieces of peach, macadamia nuts, and a big hit of smoky whisky flavour, this rich blend might just replace the bottle of bourbon you have stashed in the back of your desk. Of course, spiking it with an extra splash of whisky wouldn’t hurt.

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A sample from Shmiracles. I’ve never tried a whisky tea before, so this is a new experience for me. Dry, it smells wonderful…there’s a strong hint of whisky, although sweeter than I’d expect, and a touch of fruitiness, rather reminiscent of glace dates.

To taste, I get a light smokiness and a hit of peat whisky, followed by the gentle flavour of stone fruit…apricot, or perhaps peach. It’s a surprising combination, but one that actually seems to work quite well. I expected quite a heavy tasting tea, but this is actually very light and subtle, in keeping with the white tea base. An intriguing and unusual tea.

180 °F / 82 °C 3 min, 0 sec 1 tsp

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I received the Whisky White in a DavidsTea sample pack. My boyfriend, a whisky drinker, loves it! I don’t think he really find it tastes much like whisky but I do find there could be similarities. The peach is the first scent I notice. I don’t think I’ll be buying it again but I would recommend it.

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This reminds me of butter cream frosting!

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This one is a Love it/Hate it situation; my partner loves it and I cannot stand it.

I’m afraid I personally have nothing good to say about it; something about this blend makes me feel nauseous when I drink it, which I can’t say I’ve ever experienced with any other tea. It smells SO LOVELY and like a banana-coconut blend dry, and I don’t pick up the whisky at all. But once the water’s in, it transforms into something much stronger, earthier, and, for me, over-powering. Even with milk added, something about it is just so strong I can’t handle it.

That being said, as stated before, my partner does really like this, and it may be his favourite from DAVIDs TEA’s Cigar Box collection.

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The dry scent of this tea is definitely Hubba Bubba. I expected it to have more of that alcoholic tang and I couldn’t detect anything of the sort.

The scent of the steeped tea is decidedly fruity, with a sour edge. The taste is a little tangy and peachey, but not in the least bit like alcohol. This isn’t a BAD tea, but it isn’t great, and won’t be a repurchase for me.

200 °F / 93 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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Yet another one of David’s Tea that I love.

I found this tea to be very mellow, but could definitely taste the whiskey, and the macadamia and who doesn’t like a macadamia nut cookie? I tried it with some honey, for some reason I feel like this tea should taste a little sweet.

I’d almost like to try this as an iced tea.

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