Kilauea Forest White

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Tea growers Chiu Leong and Eva Lee grow this tea in the rainforest of Kilauea Volcano in the shade provided by a canopy of native Ohia trees and Hapu’u ferms. The rich golden infusion has a flavor sweet and floral, comforting as you almost hear the song of the Hawaiian Apapani songbird that helped to nurture the growing tea. Truly an experience like no other.

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Thanks to LiberTEAs I was able to try this one and am LOVING It!

Florally-sweet, refreshing like a cucumber, and brothy! This is very nice! VERY pleasant after taste, too! YUM!

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Loving this!

This is so good. Beautifully floral and sweet. It is similar (somewhat) to a Bai Mu Dan, but, it has a heartier flavor. This would be an excellent white tea for those who find a typical white tea to be too delicate for their palate.

So far my favorite of the Hawaiian Grown teas that KTeas offers.

Geoffrey Norman

I really liked this one as well. The thing lasts forEVer.


Yeah, I brewed three infusions, I am sure I could have gotten more, but, it was getting late and I needed to stop!

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I’ve been wanting to notch off this A-MURR-ican-grown white tea for some time. Luckily, it’s now available for purchase – both at Tea Hawaii and at KTeas. I received this one-off sample amidst a bulk of others, and I’m rather surprised it took me a month to finally get to it. This is a very burly and full-bodied white tea with a complex character. Flavors it evokes range from tropical fruit to volcanic earthiness…as well as the flutteriness of a good Bai Mu Dan. Like all Hawaiian teas I’ve tried, it’s in a league of its own. Not sure for which sport, though.

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