Sangria White

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Fruit White Blend
Blackberry, Blueberry, Cranberry, Dried Cherries, Flower Petals, Natural Flavours, Orange Pieces, White Tea
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Selection of finest Chinese white teas, blended with flower petals, dried orange fruit, dried cherry pieces, blueberries, blackberries, cranberries and natural fruit flavour. Great hot or cold!
Use 1 tsp/2 g per cup, add hot water (approx 80°C), and steep for 2-3 minutes. Enjoy.

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Coldbrew sipdown. (381/363 good lord who let me do math?)

This is…meh. It’s okay, but I certainly don’t get sangria. I get mostly white tea with an aftertaste of something that might be berry.

Oh well. I had been in love with this tea and hoarding this last little bit, so it’s good that I’ve had it and seen that it’s not as good as I remember.

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I will admit to being superficial and wanting to try this just because of that huge chunk of orange in the picture. I got a cuppa in-store while the wonderfully helpful guy bounced around to fill my four-page list of teas. I think it was both burnt and oversteeped, which dented my enjoyment of it a little. Still, the fruit flavours blended well with the white tea to make a light and fruity drink. It would make a good base for a sangria or an iced tea, but I don’t feel any great need to stock up.

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