Coconut Crème White Loose Leaf Tea with Flowers

Tea type
White Tea
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Flavors
Coconut, Creamy, Vanilla
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185 °F / 85 °C 3 min, 15 sec 16 oz / 473 ml

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  • “Couple things before I review this — the leaves do not look like they do in the picture. There is a downright crazy amount of coconut shavings in this. Like each teaspoon is about half tea, half...” Read full tasting note
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From Pinky Up

Coconut goodness shouldn’t be reserved for a Hawaiian vacation or rich dessert. Pinky Up’s Coconut Crème Loose Leaf Tea delivers all the delicious coconut crème flavor, and is naturally calorie free! So brew up a cup and practice your hula.

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Couple things before I review this — the leaves do not look like they do in the picture. There is a downright crazy amount of coconut shavings in this. Like each teaspoon is about half tea, half squiggly pieces of coconut. Wow. The flowers described in the name seem to be cornflower, calendula, and chamomile. I can see coconut and chamomile going together.

Second, this tea isn’t listed on Pinky Up’s website. I only see it on Amazon. Have I found yet another discontinued tea? That would be my luck lately.

Anyway, it smells like coconut paradise. I absolutely love coconut, so I am more than excited. The tea brews up pale and greenish. It smells like dessert in the best way. There is a tiny bit of coconut oil floating on the surface, but nothing like 52 Teas’ coconut flavors. As far as taste goes, it’s everything I had hoped it would be. So creamy, with notes of vanilla. It’s like coconut cream pie filling.

I can’t wait to try this iced. It’s definitely a winner. Possibly the best coconut tea I’ve had to date.

EDIT: Coming back to say that I am kinda getting a weird chlorine note. Not sure if it was my preparation or my cup or what. I might dock a few points for that if I taste it again next time.

EDIT 2: I made this over ice last weekend and there was no chlorine note. It was just pure coconut bliss.

Flavors: Coconut, Creamy, Vanilla

Preparation
185 °F / 85 °C 3 min, 15 sec 2 tsp 16 OZ / 473 ML
Kittenna

The way you’re describing this seems really familiar. I don’t know anything about Pinky Up, but I wonder if it’s a blend sourced from one of the bigger companies and repackaged?

Tabby

Ooh, if you figure it out, lemme know! I’m curious about that.

Kittenna

No pic on here, but I think this is what I was thinking of:
https://steepster.com/teas/t-by-daniel/71356-vanilla-coco-loco
https://www.tbydaniel.com/collections/white-tea/products/vanilla-coco-loco

or possibly a previous offering from DavidsTea.

You can tell by the tasting notes that Coco Loco is a fave of a few people – perhaps worth trying, especially if you can’t get your hands on more of this!

Tabby

Huh, this does look super similar! It’s even the same price. I’m making a face at them for their “toxins” and “detox” nonsense, but I’ll keep this in mind if mine disappears! Thank you!

Kittenna

Yes…. I’m so over this silly health benefits crap, and it annoys me that so many companies seem to be going that direction (e.g. DavidsTea has wellness blends, Amoda is full-on wellness stuff afaik). Luckily, I don’t think there’s any funny stuff in these teas specifically for “health”, they’re just touting the benefits of the white tea, I assume (so mostly a marketing scheme).

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