Organic Monkey-Picked White

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180 °F / 82 °C 3 min, 30 sec

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These pure white tea leaves from China steep into a light-yellow, smooth liquor and impart only the lightest buttery sweetness with a slight apricot fragrance.

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Sometimes I forget how much I love this tea after I haven’t had it for a while.

I have tried quite a variety of white teas since I first discovered this one, but none of them come close to the yummy contained in this one.

Creamy and fruity, hay and barley free
Everyone needs to try this tea!

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This sounds really good – adding it to my list. I haven’t had the greatest experiences with white teas so far but would love to change that!


I added this to my shopping list too. Sounds quite yummy!


At least the Tea Spot offers affordable sample sizes in case you don’t like it (which should be impossible. . .lol). Don’t forget to try out the pu-erh too when you are ordering from there :)


Another company to try stuff from! Oh my! My list is ever growing!

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361 tasting notes

I made this last night as I put some swaps together. I just can’t seem to really get into white teas. As far as white teas go, this was decent though. Thanks Shelley_Lorraine!

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Nothing crazy here. Sweet, light white tea. Hayish flavor. It is a nice relaxing cup that has me digging out my singular tin of plain white tea to sip on this week:)

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This tea demonstrates how changing preparation methods can result in a dramatically different tea. Conventional steeping in a regular teapot will result in a light honey-like tea. But when prepared in a gaiwan, this tea really comes into its own with serious notes of jasmine, lavender, and clementine oranges.

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