Organic Vanilla Apricot Crème

Tea type
White Tea
Ingredients
Natural Flavours, Organic White Tea Leaves, Vanilla Extract
Flavors
Apricot, Creamy
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Caffeine
Medium
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Edit tea info Last updated by sherapop
Average preparation
175 °F / 79 °C 3 min, 0 sec 3 g 10 oz / 295 ml

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  • “Sooo I must just not like apricots that much because I was thinking I’d like this one more for the vanilla factor but it really mainly just tasted like apricots with a creamy flavor. Not a bad tea,...” Read full tasting note
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  • “When you really think about it, white tea could be just about anything, produced just about anywhere. The only processing is letting the leaves dry—which is common to all other forms of tea. This...” Read full tasting note
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From Tazo

This treat of a white tea delights with hints of fresh apricot & Tahitian vanilla.

Ingredients: White tea*, natural flavor, vanilla extract. *organically grown

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Sooo I must just not like apricots that much because I was thinking I’d like this one more for the vanilla factor but it really mainly just tasted like apricots with a creamy flavor. Not a bad tea, but not my favorite. D:
Thanks for the sample though, The Cookie Lady!

Flavors: Apricot, Creamy

Kittenna

Vanilla apricot sounds like a yummy custom blend in my future…

Ost

I still have one more tea bag left if you are interested. Maybe we can swap if you want or something? Hit me up if you are interested!

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When you really think about it, white tea could be just about anything, produced just about anywhere. The only processing is letting the leaves dry—which is common to all other forms of tea. This raises the interesting question why white tea is sometimes depicted as more noble and sophisticated than other varieties of tea. You have to do less not more work to produce white tea, so how can it be more expensive to produce? That’s a puzzle. I look forward to your insights on this matter, my fellow Steepsters!

This flavored organic white tea, Organic Vanilla Apricot Crème from Tazo, has a slightly sweet and fruity scent and flavor. I’m okay with “apricot”, if that’s what they want to call it. The base tea is the uglier variety of white tea, not the beautiful furry silver tips. This sort of white tea always looks very random to me and makes me skeptical about descriptions such as “new white tea buds”. I mean let’s be serious: this looks like old, frazzled dead leaves, along with broken twigs, such as the ones we step on during the fall season.

The flavor is smooth and likable. When it comes to this particular genre of white tea, I say: bring the flavors on!

(Blazing New Rating #43)

Preparation
175 °F / 79 °C 3 min, 0 sec 3 g 10 OZ / 295 ML
madametj

Don’t they normally use smaller leaves with white tea? If they do, maybe that’s why. It takes sooo much longer to pick only the smallest leaves. I’ve done it with my blueberry plant.

Christina / BooksandTea

I’m pretty sure that back when China still had an emperor, white tea was restricted to the imperial court.

sherapop

Thank you!

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