This was a winner for me … Mostly because I love berries in tea. (Too bad it got the distracted sipping, work tea treatment.)
“This was a winner for me … Mostly because I love berries in tea. (Too bad it got the distracted sipping, work tea treatment.)” Read full tasting note
“I first tried this tea when it came out as a hot tea, and I didn’t like it. But since it smells so darn good, I figured I’d give it another try, iced this time. It was really delicious as an iced...” Read full tasting note
“This tea was delicious iced! Yummy!” Read full tasting note
“I am surprised that there isn’t higher reviews for this tea. It is fairly light, but it’s a white tea. I thought it tasted fairly decent and there wasn’t any nasty stevia (I don’t think). Chilled,...” Read full tasting note
Can’t get enough
We are having a serious moment with blueberries over here. Once called “star berries” because of their jaunty little crowns, blueberries are truly the superstar of the fruit world. After all, with their compact size and huge benefits, they’re basically the original “superfood.” And when you mix them with delicately fresh white tea, sweet black currants and pretty cornflower petals, they make for an irresistibly luxurious cuppa. Rich, fruity, fragrant and refreshing, this is one sweet treat you can feel great about drinking. Oh baby.
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Berry WhiteThe Spice and Tea Exchange
Berry WhiteDavid's Tea
White BerryNaked Teas
tempest tea berry white雲南
I first tried this tea when it came out as a hot tea, and I didn’t like it. But since it smells so darn good, I figured I’d give it another try, iced this time. It was really delicious as an iced tea! Definitely a blueberry taste. I’ll have to stock up on this one for sure.
Flavors: Blueberry, Floral
I don’t know what I was expecting. I don’t think I was paying enough attention to the ingredients. It smells like blueberries. The aftertaste tastes like blueberries. It’s the initial floral taste that I’m not crazy about. Thankfully the aftertaste lingers quite a bit. I think I’d really enjoy this iced and sweetened. However, since I’m avoiding sweeteners for the time being, I thought I’d try this hot and I’m not too keen on it. I’m both glad that I only have a few grams to sipdown for now and that it’s a permanent tea should I want to revisit it when/if I start reintroducing sweeteners to my diet.
Flavors: Blueberry, Floral
Blueberry. Both scent and flavour. Immediately followed by something floral and sweet—jasmine? or elderflower?
Imagine David’s Blueberry Jam but with a mild white tea rather than assertive black tea base.
I am enjoying this cup,
but the floral aspect of this tea is very likely going to embed itself in the silicone bit of my travel mug. Somehow, that worries me.
Flavors: Blueberry, Flowers, Jasmine
Very mild blueberry flavour to this one – likely due to the white tea base. I think it’s a bit too mild for my taste (I do like my fruit teas to be stronger, as a whole), but as an organic tea, I’m certainly happy to have tried it. I wouldn’t say this is a definite must purchase again, but I will keep it in mind.
So this tea seems to basically be Blueberry Jam with an added floral hint and a white base. First I tried this as a room temperature sample and it had a slight astringency, though not strictly unpleasant. Later, however, I had some in my travel mug with A LOT of ice and the colder temperature seemed to get rid of the astringency. As a bonus, none of the stevia you get with Blueberry Jam. Not sure if I’d be in a rush to pick some up, but it’s pretty good.
Flavors: Astringent, Blueberry, Floral
Dry leaf: Wild blueberry shrub. Slightly earthy with a deep blueberry aroma.
Liquor: Very light orange.
Flavour: The presence of fresh blueberry is in fore-front from the moment you lift the cup to your nose. The white tea supports the blueberry flavor by adding a bit of body and astringency to the liquor.