White Peony

Tea type
White Tea
Ingredients
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Flavors
Floral, Flowers, Honey, Plums, Grass
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Edit tea info Last updated by jump62359
Average preparation
180 °F / 82 °C 2 min, 15 sec 5 g 7 oz / 199 ml

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  • “And another sipdown for today! This may be my last cuppa for the day. Gotta leave at 3 and I work till 2am soooo yeah. Good tea, but sorta done with it now. Decent white, but I’ve definitely had...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Note: Next time, 185˚F, 45s for first infusion. 1st infusion: 185˚F, 1 min Smells beautiful and floral. Still tastes slightly bitter. Maybe I need to steep for shorter. Or for longer. ...” Read full tasting note
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  • “16/28 this one comes to me courtesy of variatea sadly this one falls short for me as it really just tastes a little like floral water. BUT glad i got the chance to try it out. Thanks VariaTEA!” Read full tasting note
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  • “I thought I wrote a review for this already but I guess not. So I will start by thanking the awesome jump62359 for sending this my way. The white base is very present in this cup in a leafy/buttery...” Read full tasting note

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Famous white tea from Fujian province. Only the silvery tip of tealeaves are used.

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And another sipdown for today!
This may be my last cuppa for the day. Gotta leave at 3 and I work till 2am soooo yeah.

Good tea, but sorta done with it now. Decent white, but I’ve definitely had better :)

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Note: Next time, 185˚F, 45s for first infusion.

1st infusion: 185˚F, 1 min
Smells beautiful and floral. Still tastes slightly bitter. Maybe I need to steep for shorter. Or for longer. (Confused)

2nd infusion: 185˚F, split experiment
Half of this infusion steeped for 1:00, the other half for 2:30. Shorter is the clear winner here. The 1:00 was light and fresh, 2:30 was incredibly bitter. Now I know. Don’t follow the instructions on the package (which says 1 to 1.5 min).

3rd infusion: 185˚F, 1:15
Now I’ve got the hang of it. Could probably have gone a bit hotter or longer.

4th infusion: 190˚F, 1:45

5th infusion: 190˚F, 2:10
Done.

Flavors: Floral

Preparation
185 °F / 85 °C 0 min, 45 sec 5 g 5 OZ / 147 ML

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this one comes to me courtesy of variatea sadly this one falls short for me as it really just tastes a little like floral water. BUT glad i got the chance to try it out. Thanks VariaTEA!

VariaTEA

I had the same experience but I figured you haven’t tried it yet so might as well pass some along :P

Sil

yep! i appreciate it haha

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I thought I wrote a review for this already but I guess not. So I will start by thanking the awesome jump62359 for sending this my way. The white base is very present in this cup in a leafy/buttery way while the peony comes through as a bit too floral and maybe a bit drying? It really is not as bad as that may sound but for my personal tastes, I am just not loving the cup. However, it is always fun to try something new so I am happy I got the chance to taste it :)

Anna

I smelled this and thought it seemed too pungently floral – seems like I made a good call. =)

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