Wedding Tea

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190 °F / 87 °C 3 min, 15 sec 8 oz / 243 ml

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  • “Stupid Steepster deleting all my likes. Yay, another sip down. I bought this over a year ago and I’d say it’s best fresh. The lemon and vanilla are creamier and, well, fresher. Not a fan of the...” Read full tasting note
  • “Tea party began today with this tea. I had purchased it for my daughter who wanted to try some white teas and she really didn’t like it. My guest today, who usually strongly favors black tea,...” Read full tasting note
  • “Oh, wow. This is fantastic! Lovely and light and, dare I say, perfect. Dry the rose scent comes through a lot stronger, but mellows nicely when steeped and the vanilla gently escorts your nose into...” Read full tasting note
  • “Today my husband and I are celebrating our 10th wedding anniversary – we are drinking Harney & Sons Wedding Tea and reviewing it together. We used one sachet per 8 oz cup (a little stronger...” Read full tasting note

From Harney & Sons

Wedding Tea is an elegant blend crafted for that very special day. Beautiful pink rosebuds and petals capture the eye amidst Chinese Mutan white tea buds, creating the perfect wedding tea. The lemon and vanilla addition impart a wonderfully aromatic scent. A token of the years to come, it is a tea of pure bliss for a most noteworthy occasion.

About Harney & Sons View company

Since 1983 Harney & Sons has been the source for fine teas. We travel the globe to find the best teas and accept only the exceptional. We put our years of experience to work to bring you the best Single-Estate teas, and blends beyond compare.

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51 tasting notes

Thank God, I still have some of this left! Used one of my last two sachets after a disastrous morning that involved the car. Again.

God, I wish I lived near a BART station so I could just sell my car and be done with it!

As usual, his tea was lemony , creamy and amazingly soothing. Wedding tea didn’t fix the car or the hit my budget is about to take but it did help cushion the blow and limit the venting I did on my husband.

Flavors: Creamy, Lemon, Rice

205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 15 sec 1 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML

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648 tasting notes

Very silly old sample but I did enjoy it, despite the waning flavours. I think it would be tasty and I’d like to try it again sometime, which is why I’m logging it, even though I’m so so sick of the Harney teas I still have, like Boston and Tokyo and Tower of London. Note to self, never buy 4oz of any one tea ever again because you are a fickle, fickle lady.

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First impressions a little damped by the tea bits that escaped my infuser. This is a broken-leaf tea, so probably best in a sachet or fine mesh infuser. Lesson learned.

It was fine without cream or sugar, though a bit more bitter than finer whites I have tried. The added flavors are nice, though — delicate but not hidden — and suit the white tea flavor nicely.

I happened to like it better with sugar, and surprisingly, even better with cream. Yet there’s still a somewhat astringent aftertaste. I would say it’s nice but not perfect. Probably worth trying a weaker brew next time. (I brew everything stronger than recommended, but for some reason I brewed this especially strong today.)

180 °F / 82 °C 3 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 4 OZ / 118 ML

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334 tasting notes

It’s not anybody’s wedding (that I know of), but this was a nice little sample to try. It has a soft lemon and vanilla aroma that translates into exactly those flavors when brewed. The blend also contains plenty of flowers, which would make it look quite festive and wedding-appropriate, though they don’t really add to the flavor. The mild, creamy lemon flavor of this tea reminds me of one of my favorite blends, Lemon French Macaron by Butiki Teas, which is no longer available but remembered fondly. Unlike that blend, though, the tea leaves in this one are smaller and more crushed, perhaps due to being in sachet form. This creates a more astringent brew, but overall the white tea base is good and quite fresh. A nice little treat that reassures me that while it’s hard to get a flavored white tea right, it can be done!

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Alright, wedding tea, lets do this again!
I really, really want to understand white tea. I think there could be a whole world of teas and tea flavor combinations that would be spectacular with this base, if only I could get the hang of it!
Today, I must say, I have been more successful with the brewing of this, and I’m getting a lovely creamy lemon flavor. So good! So light and appropriate for hotter weather! I’m so glad!
I’ve still got to do a back to back trial with Royal Wedding and this. They might be the same thing!


Not quite the same! Royal Wedding has more flavors.


Very good to know. Thanks, Ashmanra!


Glad this one was better for you the second time around. I like this one much much more than RW personally, but a lot of people seem to like RW. Think it might be up your alley (:

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296 tasting notes

Sample Teabag time! This was a sachet I got from Phi a little while back. It looked so lonely all by itself, so I thought I would put it out of it’s misery and drink it down.

I should have looked it up before I steeped it, because I had no idea it was a white tea! I assumed it was green by a quick glance. I am so glad I did not pour boiling water over it!

The flavors of this tea were pretty subdued for me. I can’t remember how long I steeped this for, but it must not have been long enough? I swear this bag was in the cup for like, 4 minutes though. Eh. que sera, sera. I got a tiny hint of lemon and crème, as well as something that can only be attributed to yellow cake mix batter. Not much else. Not something I would purchase, but I am so glad I know what it tastes like!

Flavors: Cake, Cream, Lemon


Yeah that one made me sad. I got it on sale and the tin smelled so nice… Like wedding cake. But when I finally got around to trying it the flavors were gone. :( so i just huff the tin lol


Why must Harney betray us?!?


I know! I liked several of their other flavored teas! I am sorry I sent you a dud, I had just gotten it and it smelled so good… I didn’t test it first. I really want some of your gluten free waffles… to taste like the wedding cake I hoped it would be.

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94 tasting notes

Sip down…I have tried various steeping methods trying to hit the creamy lemon notes described by others, but I keep getting a soapy taste from this— like the fancy little soaps in mom’s guest bath that get dusty because they are only for “company.” Must be the lemon-rose combo. I am not a fan of floral flavors.

Flavors: Soap


It’s so hard to get those creamy lemon notes and not worth the hassle, anyway.


If you like lemon teas, remind me to send you a sample of the DF one I have that is lemony. Noel a something.

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199 tasting notes

Umm….what did I do wrong? This was so not delicious to me. I think I steeped it correctly, but I had it at work and might not have been paying as close of attention as I thought I was. I wasn’t reading the flavor description when I drank this, and all I got was that maybe it was supposed to be some kind of vanilla or almond kind of flavor. I’m really glad Ost sent me two bags of this to try so I can give it another go because I really though I’d like this one. I won’t rate it until it gets a second chance.


I like this one but it can be really finicky. Takes certain parameters to bring out the vanilla lemon flavour without the base going bitter.

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122 tasting notes

Made at home. Somehow the flavoring was much better than when I last reviewed it. I didn’t get overpowered by the flavors or the white tea base. I must just need to be in the mood. It felt much more like an average, very pleasant tea, one that I would drink regularly when I want something sweet and creamy to not pay attention to.

185 °F / 85 °C 3 min, 0 sec 2 tsp 10 OZ / 295 ML

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