Coconut Grove

Tea type
White Tea
Artificial Flavouring, Coconut, Natural Coconut Flavor, Natural Vanilla Flavor, White Tea
Coconut, Grass, Butter, Cream, Vanilla, Mineral, Tea
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185 °F / 85 °C 3 min, 45 sec 14 oz / 405 ml

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  • “Where does the time go? No really, where? It feels like it was 3PM and then I blinked and it was 8PM. What happened? Ugh. Anyway, this cold brew was fantastic – but nothing significantly out of the...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Backlog This was the last of this I had floating around, which is a little sad because I really think this is one of the better just coconut teas I’ve had. It was still buttery and creamy, and the...” Read full tasting note
  • “Made the last of this one as a tea pop. I cold brewed it for about 8 hours. Mixed half and half with Perrier. Turned out pretty good. The tea is very light tasting, very much tastes like...” Read full tasting note


Simply sophisticated

We all know coconuts are fun. Just think of a tiki cocktail with a little paper umbrella. Or the coconut shell bikini on a hula girl. But did you know the coconut can be seriously sophisticated too? Like when you pair it with premium Bai Mu Dan white tea – a naturally sweet, delicate leaf from Fujian Province in China. The result is subtle and fresh, with just a hint of creaminess. Looks like coconut’s all grown up. (MK Kosher)

Ingredients: White Bai Mu Dan tea, coconut, natural vanilla flavouring, natural & artificial coconut flavouring*.

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513 tasting notes

Found this back when I was organizing and labelling the tea tins today. I had forgotten we owned this! It is sweet, light, and wonderfully comforting! The coconut lends a lot of sweetness to it and the tea base is nice and light. I am so glad I found it back and I must aim not to lose it again!

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271 tasting notes

This has been one of my favorite teas this summer and probably one of the first white teas I have enjoyed.

The tea flavour is light and smooth but the main taste is the coconut, which is soft and clean, and there is a freshness to this which is so delicious.

I have had this hot and cold and love it both ways, but probably end up drinking it most at room temperature which is my favorite .
I did try cold brewing the dry leaves in water but found it somewhat astringent which I didn’t enjoy, so I make it hot and then let cool before putting in the fridge. Oddly, if I put the once or twice brewed leaves in a jug of water to cold steep that way, it turns out delicious with no bitterness, so I re-use the leaves that way for a second small jug of cold tea.

A lovely, refreshing coconut tea!


This one is a nice one!


Yes! I’ve gone through a lot of it!

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743 tasting notes

1.5 tablespoons for 375 ml

Natural coconut flavour balanced well with the white tea. Slight creaminess. Coconut-vanilla sweetness.

Second infusion at 5 minutes. The tea takes on a tart custard-like characteristic.

185 °F / 85 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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Tea #10 from Another Traveling Tea Box

I’m not a huge coconut tea fan, but this was pretty tasty, so tasty that my toddler ran off with most of my cup. It had a very light flavor that paired well with the white tea base and reminded me a bit of coconut water. I was glad to see that the coconut flavoring didn’t overpower the base and I could actually taste it. I do wish they didn’t use artificial flavoring in this blend, I would have enjoyed it a lot more.

195 °F / 90 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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1184 tasting notes

I love coconut, so no shock that I really enjoy this tea. I am also a big fan of white teas. It is creamy and smooth, with lots of coconut flavour. It is really too bad that there is artificial flavouring in this tea.
Resteep at 4 minutes.

Chilled, this tea is equally as delicious but in a different, more tropical way.

This also makes an excellent smoothie with passionfruit, vanilla yogurt, frozen mango, and 2 cubes of frozen coconut milk.

195 °F / 90 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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757 tasting notes

Don’t like it hot very much. It is not bad but there’s something weird about it, but it has cooled now, and it is MUCH better. Interesting that the tea seems to be a mix of Vanilla Orchid and Coconut Oolong, only with a white base. Also, the coconut seems different in this blend than other teas like Checkmate, but it is like the coconut in Coconut Oolong. I don’t know if this is an ongoing trend or not.

Bear With Me

It seems like the white based blends have raw coconut and the heavier belnds use toasted coconut. I prefer untoasted coconut myself, but the coconut oolong is nice for the days I want something toasty but sweet. I’m looking forward to trying this one though!


Maybe. I don’t know if I like one better than the other.

Connor Rosine

I think the Oolong works best hot, and this works best iced.


Yep. I would agree.

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749 tasting notes

This tea is delicious. I love coconut, so I’m not surprised. The coconut and white tea clearly come through. It’s lovely.

A while ago I tried David’s straight white tea Bai Hao Yin Zhen and added shredded coconut from my cupboard and it tastes exactly the same. I’ll probably just save myself some money and do it that way :) Highly recommend.

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23 tasting notes

this is just gonna be a short one as i have to leave for work in 5
i got this in the summer collection from davids tea
the first flavour that hits you is a massive wave of sweet coconut followed by a nice undertone of white tea
no astringency whatsoever and overall an awesome tea :)
i think ill ice the rest as i feel it would be awesome iced and get on my way to work
more reviews to come!!

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289 tasting notes

Dry Leaf Nose: An intriguing mix of sweet coconut and delicate white tea.

Liquor: Lightly coloured green/gold liquor with the very soft hint of coconut.

Flavour: Delicate and sweet with coconut and white Bai Mudan shining through.

195 °F / 90 °C 3 min, 15 sec
Kimberly Wolfson

Sounds delicious!

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75 tasting notes

I think it was mid-way through the week in Edmonton when I tried this tea. Yes, the Sunday when I went on the day trip to the Conservatory and TELUS world of Science. The creamy deliciousness that was Coconut Grove was what perked me up for the exploration. I’d say the vanilla notes are what made for the extra richness that was not in Coconut Oolong.

Not to say one is better than the other. I love both equally. But as I couldn’t naturally take my tea collection from home on the trip the Coconut Grove fit the missing spot that the oolong filled just nicely. It smelt fantastic in dry form but really shone once it was brewed. I just recommend if you are at a hotel with their coffee machine brew the water first rather than use their filter for the full effect.

It tastes more pure that way. Or if you are extreme or don’t plan on buying souvenirs bring your electric kettle from home. Haha, but I digress. If you liked the oolong you’ll love this. :)


I find this one to be a nice blend of Vanilla Orchid and Coconut Oolong. Only with a white base.

Cassie Eng

No truer words have been said. :)

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