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Guava, Strawberry
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175 °F / 79 °C 3 min, 30 sec 11 oz / 315 ml

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  • “Drinking a big pot of this while I crochet my current pattern idea while watching Korean cooking shows on youbtube. Uggg, I hope it turns out, it’s a bit of a gamble as it’s a felting project and...” Read full tasting note
  • “I had this iced earlier. I finally went through nearly all my tea, there’s still a ton with no place. But I went to Lowes tonight and loaded up on organizing stuff (but mainly for my lip balm...” Read full tasting note
  • “Finally trying my tea from The Persimmon Tree! I got this one in a free 1 oz. promo they had. Hoping it’s delicious! The dry tea smelled a bit like guava, if I recall correctly, but not as strongly...” Read full tasting note
  • “Excellent Iced! Cold steeped in fridge – perfect summer tea! Excellent guava flavor no artificial taste and the perfect amount of ginger! Very light on strawberry – could be stronger but it does...” Read full tasting note

From The Persimmon Tree Tea Company

An exotic blend of white peony loose leaf tea, guava, strawberries, marigolds and a touch of ginger completes our White Guava tea. This tea brews a light color and has a beautiful, rich scent with a tropical flavor. As with all of our white teas, White Guava tea prepares nicely hot and iced.

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1104 tasting notes

I wish I knew who gifted me this…
This was the tea that I cold brewed for the iced tea event that I attended last month. Not only is this tea balanced wonderfully, its cold steeped liquid is the second best cold tea I have ever had. The tea on its own is naturally sweet with a scent that is light enough to not be annoying, but fruity enough that the smell comes before the taste. This is the kind of tea that I will showcase during summer because its semi-juicy and sweet taste is perfect for when its hot outside.

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484 tasting notes

Overboard TTB.

This was really good. I don’t know what Guava is supposed to taste like, so I can’t really make any judgement there, but this tastes very fruity and natural. The flavor definitely reminds me of tropical fruits and is somewhat similar to mango. It almost reminds me of grapefruit without the citrus sourness. It tastes like it would be delicious iced, as well. I kind of want to brew some of this with some of the Honeydew White I grabbed and see how they work together.

180 °F / 82 °C 3 min, 0 sec 8 OZ / 236 ML

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199 tasting notes

Well, this was disappointing. I had it hot, though I think this could possibly fare better as a cold tea? I was so excited to try it the other night because the smell was so intoxicating. But, the guava flavor seemed to end there and did not continue into the flavor aside from a slight sweetness added to the white tea. Not impressed. At least I got this as a free tin for sharing on Facebook or something like that. I definitely like other flavors from Persimmon Tree much more. Glad to have tried it, though.

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1904 tasting notes

Yay, a tea flavoured with a tropical fruit that doesn’t just taste like Generic Tropical Flavours™. The guava and strawberry flavours go well together and they aren’t overly strong or artificial-tasting which is always appreciated. I can taste ginger but it’s a just a faint hint of warm spiciness that doesn’t overcome the rest of the tea. This is the second white tea sample I’ve tried from the Persimmon Tree and I’ve enjoyed both, so I’m thinking I’ll have to order more teas to to try from them sometime soon.

185 °F / 85 °C 4 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 12 OZ / 354 ML

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154 tasting notes

The first smell I get when about to sip this tea reminds me of trail mix with dried, juicy fruit. The taste itself is more mild and clean. The taste opens with guava and then leads into the white peony. The aftertaste is a mix of strawberry and guava bouncing back and forth and finishing with strawberry.

Flavors: Guava, Strawberry

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

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627 tasting notes

I enjoy this a lot – the white tea base is very flavorful. That said, I have never had guava I don’t think. I have had artificially flavored stuff that is supposed to be guava, but I can’t fully assess how guava-y this tastes. It does have a strong but not overpowering fruit flavor I like. I think it is much better iced than hot, but that is how I prefer fruity tea.

180 °F / 82 °C 3 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML

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268 tasting notes

My oldest tea, I should have just enough for one more cuppa after this sitting. This is a very light, lightly caffeinated, choice for this evening. The boyfriend states that he is keeping me up as late as possible in the hopes of making my adjustment to another time zone (+7 hours from here), starting Monday for four weeks, a bit easier. I added a tiny bit of Truvia to encourage the light guava flavor. I do find this cup a welcome relaxation after several busy days preparing for travel. I do have to say that I am not terribly sad to see this one leaving my cupboard soon. It’s been a long time since I’ve had it and I can’t see restocking it as I am finding many other things that deserve a space in my stash.

Boiling 2 min, 0 sec 2 tsp 12 OZ / 354 ML

If you are going to Europe the best thing you can do is just stay up when you get there, have a long day, and not go to sleep until their normal bedtime that night. Source: four trips and much jet lag


Thanks for the tip :) I am going over to Africa. It would likely be a similar scenario.


It is a similar scenario. I went to Africa a couple of summers ago and we did the stay up when we got there thing and it worked very well. :)


Great to hear! Thanks. Where in Africa did you go?

Terri HarpLady

Safe travels!


We went to Tanzania with a layover in Nairobi, Kenya. It was a fantastic trip. Where are you going to be?


Thanks Terri HarpLady!
Nicole, I will be in Manzini, Swaziland.

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73 tasting notes

I got a 1 oz tin of this one totally free by sharing a link on facebook… how amazing is that!?

Best thing is, it’s great, I really enjoy it. I had it hot once and I remember I had liked it, but this morning I’m having it cold and it’s very, very interesting. It’s fruity and light and has a nice white tea base. I might not buy more once my free supply is gone, but I will have some nice moments while it lasts !

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A very summer-y kind of tea. A tea that I’d imagine drinking in the summer to cool off and refresh! It reminds me of summertime in California, when strawberries are in season.

You can read about that here: http://sororiteasisters.com/2014/01/15/white-guava-tea-from-the-persimmon-tree/

Sweet and fruity with a true-to-fruit sort of flavor. Subtle white peony notes, sweet, slightly earthy. A nicely balanced tea.

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91 tasting notes

I won this tea (along with a few others) in a contest the company ran on their Facebook account last year. I’ve been trying them each periodically, but this is my first time writing up a Steepster review for them.

The dry leaf has a very light and somewhat overly sweet aroma. The Bai Mu Dan itself, is large and full-leafed and remains surprisingly intact after being blended with the other flavors.

I brewed this tea in my tea pooper for convenience and the moment the water hit the leaves, the sweetness of the tea became more mild and far less overpowering for me.

Once the tea was ready, it was a lovely, light greenish yellow color and smelled like a spring morning. I discovered that I had brewed it a bit too hot, so had to add an ice cube and that’s when the fear of over-steeping came in.

On the contrary, this tea is actually quite good still! In fact, as a tea drinker who prefers non-flavored teas, I was surprised and excited by the flavor. It’s full-bodied for a white, but balanced nicely with the lilting flavors of the guava and marigolds in particular. I think it’s the hint of ginger that makes it pop and all come together into one smooth package.

So yes, I would recommend this tea!

190 °F / 87 °C 2 min, 30 sec

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