Snow Peak Downy Tips

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175 °F / 79 °C 2 min, 45 sec

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  • “It’s a cold, wintery spring day here in Colorado – though the sun is shining now :) We have snow peaks on the downy tips of our trees here, so this tea seemed appropriate. The taste is vegetal,...” Read full tasting note
  • “Not what I was expecting. You can smell the peach blossom in the aroma, a little, but there’s something odd and unexpected happening with the flavour. This does not taste like a white tea. I’ve...” Read full tasting note
  • “Backlogging (and, based almost entirely on my longer term memory) Experience buying from Teavana Date of Purchase/Age of Leaf: Purchased...” Read full tasting note
  • “This is one of the cheapest teas I currently own but there is something about it that I just love! I drink this almost every night. It has a good flavor and is relaxing. It’s also cheap enough...” Read full tasting note

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These exceptional white tea leaves were cultivated in the famous ‘garden of peaches.’ They are showered in the Spring with fragrant red peach blossom petals, which give them a rare and delicate flavor. This is an excellent white tea.

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This was a very good white tea! It was nice both iced and hot. Great without sweetner, and I imiagine it would be good with sweetener as well. I prefer this to Silver Needle because it has the slightly fruity/peachy undertone as opposed to Silver Needle’s grassy/herbal undertone. Delicious!

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I prepared this tea using my Fine-T Gourmet Tea Maker on Setting 7 (160 degress for 5 minutes). Beautiful color and great with or without sweetener. I used German rock sugar to sweeten my second cup.

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