White with Orange

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Description: Smooth and light-bodied with a subtle orange flavor and aroma.

Ingredients: White tea, natural orange and mandarin flavoring with other natural flavors, orange peel, mandarin peel.

It appears Flavia has been re branded THE BRIGHT TEA COMPANY.


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Steep Information:
Flavia machine

Tasting Notes:
Steeped Tea Smell: citrus, floral
Flavor: light vegetal, floral
Body: Light
Aftertaste: chemical citrus
Liquor: opaque cloudy orange-green

Ick! Could not finish.

It appears Flavia has been re branded THE BRIGHT TEA COMPANY.


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When I first launched my journey into the world of tea in August of 2011, I was such a babe in the (tea) leaves and so unsuspecting that I actually thought the Flavia teas in our office machine were great! Then, as I began experiencing the finer teas in life, I started having trouble even swallowing the Flavia teas anymore.

Today, while I was in the office breakroom, I noticed that White With Orange Tea injection packets were added to the flavor lineup at the Flavia machine. My last Flavia foray was not a memorable one so I almost didn’t give them another thought…ALMOST.

Curiosity got the better of me. But, like the cat on his ninth life, I feared for my existence, well, at least, for my tastebuds. But, I trudged ahead anyhow since I really did want to know if white tea with orange was anything to drink about.

As I took my first sip from the provided paper cup wrapped in an also provided paper coozie (so THAT’S what happened to my bonuses and raises!), I’m not sure which emotion was stronger, anticipation…or dread. The first flavor sensation that registered was the usual BLAH Flavia tea taste. However, I guess self-preservation kicked in after that because I began to like the pleasant orange/tangerine flavor behind it.

From then on, I directed my brain to filter out the blah and focus on the pleasant. If you can accomplish this feat (you may not want to try this at home), you too can squeeze some pleasure from this tea.

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Steeped on Flavia machine.

Like, it’s a machine-brewed tea. But I’m not going to pretend I don’t like it because of that – I do. I have been drinking it consistently, 3-5 cups a day, for a while now. I like it.

I would like to have it loose leaf to make the brew stronger, and some modifications (lower temperature steep, longer steep)

Other than that, the blend is great.

Flavors: Orange, Orange Blossom

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108 tasting notes

Okay because free at work. Very strong tasting liquor.

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