White tea is made from the young, unopened bud of the tea plant, and handled gently to preserve silvery white hairs on the leaves. We think that you'll sense the care used to harvest this tea in each cuppa' - it's smooth taste is matched by a soft flavor you can drink all day.
Ratings & Reviews
Page 1 of 1 page with 6 reviewsAs a pure white tea, this wasn't bad, but it wasn't a flavor to get me excited. It didn't taste bitter to me, which was a plus, but overall it was fairly nondescript. (Or maybe I'm missing nuances because I need to internalize the language of tea better?)
I'm not sure what else to say about it. I'm sure people who particularly favor pure white tea would enjoy it more.
73 Aroma: 7/10 Flavor: 4/5 Value: 4/5 Overall: 7/10spaflamI had this at a day spa and loved it - so I actually bought a box of the bags. Took me a while to get through but I really like the floral, green and "stemmy" notes of this conveniently bagged tea. Smells great.
) on May. 16th, 2013
37 Aroma: 4/10 Flavor: 2/5 Value: 1/5 Overall: 4/10SylviaI don't like this tea as much as the white peony that I usually drink (Prince of Peace) because it tastes greener, and I don't like green tea. It's also more expensive. I added cream and sugar.
) on Nov. 24th, 2012
73 Aroma: 8/10 Flavor: 4/5 Value: 3/5 Overall: 7/10KelseyI really enjoyed the floral scent of this tea and its taste. Its flavor was rich, smooth, and full, with an imperceptible aftertaste. It brewed a dark-amber color. This is one of the better teas I've tried from Two Leaves and Bud and I will definitely be drinking it again!
) on Apr. 17th, 2012
60 Aroma: 8/10 Flavor: 3/5 Value: 3/5 Overall: 4/10GretchenThis tea has a wonderful, rosy aroma, but I would rather smell it than drink it. It leaves a bit of a soapy aftertaste, although I like the slightly sweet flavor it has while it is on the tongue.
) on Jun. 25th, 2010
A rich, full-bodied tea, brews a dark orange color and is fairly bitter. The aroma is fairly complex. There are some pleasant vegetal tones too. Pleasant aftertaste too.
I really like this tea; it's one of the few white peony teas that I've tried that has been bold and full-bodied enough for me. It's almost a little more like a shou mei (my favorite type of white tea) than a typical pai mu tan. This became my favorite of the non-herbal teas offered by Two Leaves and a Bud after I drank my first cup of it!
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