Tea type
White Tea
Ingredients
Cardamom, Cinnamon, Cloves, Coconut, Ginger Root, Lemongrass, Natural Flavours, Pineapple, Red Peppercorn, White Peony
Flavors
Cardamon, Cinnamon, Cloves, Coconut, Cream, Lemongrass, Pineapple, Peppercorn
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Caffeine
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Average preparation
160 °F / 71 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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  • “Sample from Crowkettle earlier today. this was an interesting treat. Smooth, creamy deliciouness with a hint of something else going on in the background. One of those teas that is subtle and...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Yep. This is delicious, hot or cold. AQ2T should think about making this a permanent or seasonal tea, imo. If they don’t do that I may consider petitioning them to make my own personal batch.. I...” Read full tasting note
    87
  • “i am so happy that I did not review this tea the first time I tried it, because I remember being not too impressed. I have had it several times since and each time I try it I find something new to...” Read full tasting note
    92
  • “So I pulled out (I think) all of the coconut teas from A Quarter to Tea. I only ended up with 6, although there are a few places some could still be hiding. Or maybe there just aren’t all that...” Read full tasting note
    92

From A Quarter to Tea

Tea of the Month for December 2016

We’re taking December to dreams of warmer weather all the way to Puerto Rico with our Coquito tea!

Coquito is a spiced coconut drink, that could almost be called coconut eggnog!

Our tea version is sweet and coconut-y, with cinnamon, clove, a touch of ginger with just a hint of tropical fruit lingering in the background.

Base – Bai mu Dan
Region – Fujian, China
Flavor & Characteristics – vanilla, eggnog, cream, spice, clove, coconut
How to Steep – 4-5 minutes at 180F
Ingredients: white peony tea, ceylon cinnamon, raw chipped coconut, ginger root, lemon grass, freeze-dried pineapple, cloves, cardamom, red peppercorn, natural flavors

https://www.aquartertotea.com/products/coquito-white-tea-limited-edition

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8 Tasting Notes

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10344 tasting notes

Sample from Crowkettle earlier today. this was an interesting treat. Smooth, creamy deliciouness with a hint of something else going on in the background. One of those teas that is subtle and sweet. I rather enjoyed it and wish i had more to play with to really get the sense of the other flavours. Thanks for the share CK!

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Yep. This is delicious, hot or cold.

AQ2T should think about making this a permanent or seasonal tea, imo. If they don’t do that I may consider petitioning them to make my own personal batch..

I wish I’d picked up more!

Flavors: Cardamon, Cinnamon, Cloves, Coconut, Cream, Peppercorn, Pineapple

Preparation
180 °F / 82 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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i am so happy that I did not review this tea the first time I tried it, because I remember being not too impressed. I have had it several times since and each time I try it I find something new to love about this tea. It steeps well multiple times, and the flavor subtly changes each time. It is a smooth, buttery, tea full of delicious subtle spices and each cup is a treat to see what flavors will emerge. this tea is not a bold, in your face tea, but rather smooth, relaxing and the kind that keeps surprising. A definite winner!

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So I pulled out (I think) all of the coconut teas from A Quarter to Tea. I only ended up with 6, although there are a few places some could still be hiding. Or maybe there just aren’t all that many.

I had a recollection of liking this tea, and indeed, I do. It’s quite similar in flavour to my fave, Eggnog Poundcake, although the creaminess is a little different, as is the spicing. It tastes a touch more “chai-like” to me than the poundcake. Quite good, but the inclusion of coconut works against it due to rancidity issues (it is completely fine right now, but its longevity is generally reduced).

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