Nice and refreshing. The blueberry adds a nice fruity sweetness, but the licorice root keeps things complex. I’m surprised I like this as much as I do, considering my extreme hatred for licorice.
“Cold-brew experiment time continues! Although, it would really be better if I was experimenting with teas I was actually close to finishing… however, this one’s been around for a while, so it’s a...” Read full tasting note
“Thank you Courtney! for this surprise sample :) This is a really nice blend – it’s also a sipdown because i’m going to pass along the rest to my friend who’s joining us over the weekend. She’s...” Read full tasting note
“White tea and Blueberries YES. Peony – YES. I knew there was something else in there but only could identify it after reading in the description that it was pomegranate essence. This is...” Read full tasting note
“Sipdown This one has lost most of it’s flavour, but it is still enjoyable. This is my last iced tea of this beauty. I really enjoyed this one, too bad it is discontinued.” Read full tasting note
One powerful tea
Look out for white fur, black stripes and ice-blue eyes. White tigers tend to be bigger and stronger than their orange cousins. This blend is just as powerful. It’s got the smooth strength of organic white peony tea. Plus the additional fruity blast of pomegranate essence and dried blueberries. A real fighter! It’ll scare away any bad mood. (MK Kosher)
Ingredients: Organic: Bai Mu Dan white tea (China), dried blueberries, cornflowers. With organic and natural flavouring*.
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This was a sample sent by TEAEQUALSBLISS. Thanks! The aroma is grape-y, almost like a soft drink or candy. Smells good! The flavor is fruity and good without tasting like candy. It has enough flavor to keep your interest, not enough tartness or fruitiness to overpower. The aroma is the big thing with this one. A good tea, and very refreshing on this hot day.
I tried to like this one… I really did…. I love blueberries, but I found they really got lost in this blend. I don’t know if i’m off of white tea’s or what, but lately not a single one has done it for me… I think its more just my tastes that didn’t like this one because it smelled great, and it looked beautiful!
got this as a sample from my last online order from davidstea! i love the tiny sample tins.
anyway, doesn’t smell like much dry, but i get a very fragrant blueberry smell once steeped.
honestly, not much of a flavour at all aside from the white tea, which is very nice by the way.
but i dont have many white teas, so this is a nice addition for the time being, until my sampler runs out
Don’t be mistaken; this is a fruity tea. I’m not the biggest fan of fruity teas, but this one is at least quite subtle. The dried tea leaves are not so much – their strong scent almost scared me off the tea entirely. The steeped liquor is the colour of squashed blueberries, a dark-purple grape colour. Its aroma is slightly more reminiscent of pomegranates than blueberries, with a hint of that unique peony scent. Today I’m feeling under the weather, and this tea’s promise of antioxidants suited my desperation to not get sick. White Tiger goes down smooth, and while a break from the orthodox that I prefer, its unique combination of peony, blueberry and pomegranates is somewhat lovely.
Day 78 (yesterday’s) of my 101 days of DAVIDsTEA challenge!
Bought a cuppa in store.
I found it a little strong the first time, though I might have oversteeped it a little. The second and third steeps were much better — lighter, but still very good. It has a strong fruity flavour to it, which I honestly mistook as pineapple before learning it was blueberry and pomegranite. I suppose I need to work on my fruit-identification skills!!
Not bad, in all. Not my overall favourite ever, though, either.
This is an absolute favorite of mine! The combination of blueberry, peony and pomegranate could not be more divine! I find it almost impossible to over-steep this delightful treasure. I usually toss in about two teaspoons, and if I’m using the same leaves again, I’ll add just one more teaspoon.
It’s fantastic on its own, but now and then I stir in just a bit of agave to sweeten it up. I haven’t tried it, but I think it would also be a wonderful chilled tea.
Regardless, I went out on a limb to try it and oh my goodness am I ever addicted to it. Cleaning out a tin of it in less than a month speaks for itself, I think!