Avaata Frost Nilgiri Organic Winter White Tea

Tea type
White Tea
Ingredients
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Flavors
Flowers, Grapes, Orange, Peach
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185 °F / 85 °C

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  • “Omg okay so today I got 3 packages, one from Vahdam, one from Teasenz and another from Jake’s stash sale, I’m drowning in tea right now and its fantastic. Anyways okay this is not going to be as...” Read full tasting note
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A splendid white tea harvested during the most ideal time of the year, when temperatures in the scenic blue mountains reach the lowest. Handpicked and minimally processed, this nutrient rich white tea offers savoury hints of sugarcane, sweet fruits and a slight buttery smoothness. The dry leaf offers a pleasing aroma of sweet peaches and one can breathe the rawness of the freshly roasted leaf. The champagne like liquor is majestic and brightens your cup. The finish is long and sweet. An extravagant organic white tea.

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Omg okay so today I got 3 packages, one from Vahdam, one from Teasenz and another from Jake’s stash sale, I’m drowning in tea right now and its fantastic.

Anyways okay this is not going to be as proper of a review as mine usually are, I’ve been studying all night for my midterm tomorrow and caved and decided to start gongfuing this one while doing work so this is from memory. This is actually the only sample (of like 21) that I’ve opened just to give it a smell, and I was amazed by the dry leaf aroma, I don’t know how to describe it, it smells so pure and sweet, very fruity (orange/peach/grape) and not at all floral, more to the point I was really impressed with the look of the leaf, they’re completely whole and beautiful, just like in the picture. And with my complete disinterest in white tea recently and my past experiences with indian tea being pretty negative, this amazing aroma was a huge shock if I’m being honest. I had very low expectations for a Nilgiri white tea, but I’ve been very happily surprised.

It brewed up very strong and thick and almost malty in a way, hints of bitterness every now and then but for the most part it had a very nice body, I got notes of berries and lovely florals, as well as some of the fruits from the aroma, and at one point I’m pretty sure I tasted chocolate. Honestly, while I wouldn’t have had a hard time telling you that it was a white tea, it was quite.. Burly, I want to say. I feel like it has the body of a black tea, with the flavours of a fruity white.

Also, looking at the name, there is something that feels frosty about this tea. I don’t know why, but it’s very fitting that this is a winter harvest (Feb 2016).

This was a very good first impression for Vadham

Flavors: Flowers, Grapes, Orange, Peach

Preparation
185 °F / 85 °C
Fjellrev

Hope your midterm went well!

Mackie

it did :D thanks

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