White Tiger (organic)

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Fruit White Blend
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Blueberry, Sour
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190 °F / 87 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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  • “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 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!

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427 tasting notes

This I’s white tea with blueberries,and pomegranete essence. You can see the ingredients. You can mainly smell the white tea and the blueberry. I steeped for a few minutes. This taste like a good white tea blueberries and abit of pomegranete.

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96 tasting notes

I had an old sample of this tea kicking around, so I thought I’d try it. I don’t know if somehow the tea went bad (in its little sealed aluminum pouch), but the first few sips tasted like blueberries that had gone off. I couldn’t drink any more than that.

Flavors: Blueberry, Sour

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193 tasting notes

I always really wanted to try this tea and Janelle was kind enough to send me a sample of it a few months ago. I just got around to trying this today as I find my little samples are easy to lose track of. I know that the water was too hot and i’m mad at myself for ruining the only chance I will ever have of trying this tea, but I drank half of it anyway trying to look past the bitterness. I can detect a good amount of blueberry flavour, and it’s a natural blueberry flavour, but the base is quite grassy, not as delicate as other white teas. It brewed up quite dark for a white tea as well. Either way, I don’t think I was missing out on much with this tea.

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33 tasting notes

Working on final sipdown for this. So sad it’s gone! Wonderful white tea with a hint of blueberries. I always loved the name too.

185 °F / 85 °C 4 min, 15 sec

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290 tasting notes

Honestly, where are the berries? Okay maybe I taste them a little bit. The berry flavor is really slight, practically unnoticeable and it’s only in the aftertaste. Why would they give the tea this name if it can’t live up to it? It basically has no flavour at all, I’m pretty disappointed.

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71 tasting notes

Yes, I love this. The white tea and blueberry flavors harmonize perfectly, with neither overpowering the other.

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210 tasting notes

Nice but only on occasion.

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I’m not a connoisseur of tea in any way, so I’ll save the detailed aroma and tasting notes for the tea experts :) But I can say this: until I tried this tea, I hated white tea (and green tea, but David’s Japanese Sencha and Genmaitcha helped with that!). I tried a sample of this at the store and fell in love with it. I don’t even need any sugar in it. Like I said, I never liked white tea until I tried this one and I don’t like fruity tisanes either, but this tea is just perfect for my (unsophisticated) palate. Because of this delicious and comforting tea, I have become braver in testing teas that I normally would avoid (like the aforementioned green teas). I also think this would make a great, refreshing iced beverage with a little honey perhaps. Highly recommended for white tea n00bs like myself :)

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36 tasting notes

Any tea that has blueberries in it I will HAVE to try. It smells delicious. The subtleness of the white tea went perfectly with the light flavours of peony and pomegranate complemented by the blueberry. Plus this is such a pretty tea to look at. My stash of this tea is running low…I should probably restock!

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