Strawberry Guava Tropical White Tea

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Flowering White Blend
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  • “Got this one from tea-sipper last summer, so thanks! I was working on it pretty steadily at first, but then I put it away, and sadly now it has become old ): I remember not loving it at first...” Read full tasting note
  • “I had to try this guava blend when I saw the other S&V guava blend. Side by side comparing! A white tea blend that has guava flavor. I taste more of strawberry than guava so possibly it’s...” Read full tasting note
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This delicate pink cup is truly scrumptious! Our Pai Mu Tan white tea is the perfect base for the delicious guava and strawberry flavors, with their complex, fruity aroma and full flavor. Delicious hot or cold!

Ingredients: White tea, organic hibiscus, cornflower petals, marigold flowers and Guava and Natural Strawberry flavors.

Brew: 2 tsp tea in 8 oz. water (at 175°), steep for 4 minutes.
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Got this one from tea-sipper last summer, so thanks! I was working on it pretty steadily at first, but then I put it away, and sadly now it has become old ): I remember not loving it at first either since the main flavor is the tea, and it just didn’t have the light, fresh flavor that I was looking for, and I’ve never been able to spot a strong enough fruit presence. I love S&V, so I feel bad giving them a bad review, but this one is just not strong enough.

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I had to try this guava blend when I saw the other S&V guava blend. Side by side comparing! A white tea blend that has guava flavor. I taste more of strawberry than guava so possibly it’s hiding here too. Don’t let the hibiscus mention scare you from this one, there is no noticeable hibiscus in the flavor when I tried it. The second steep I poured just boiled water and the white tea flavor was much more prominent while losing some of the fruit. I’m not docking points for that though, as I really shouldn’t use boiling water on white tea. I just know it doesn’t really ruin white tea. I like this as strawberry flavored white tea but as a guava tea it kind of fails.
Steep #1 // 2 teaspoon for a full mug// 28 minutes after boiling // 2 1/2 minute steep
Steep #2 // couple minutes after boiling // 3 minute steep

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