Pistachio and Strawberry Fool

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White Tea
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Edit tea info Last updated by Kittenna
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170 °F / 76 °C 3 min, 45 sec

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  • “I’ve had this tea sample for a long time but am only just now (well, last week) getting around to trying it – my bad! There’s a quality to this, a flavouring or something like that, that is really...” Read full tasting note
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  • “I really enjoyed this combination of flavors. I am going to try more teas with this flavor comb because it suited each other really well. It was somewhat fruity but the pistachio cut it nice.” Read full tasting note
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  • “I’m fairly ambivalent about this tea – it’s fine, but tastes a little over-flavoured for me. I don’t specifically taste pistachio or strawberry; it just tastes like a fruity flavoured white. Which...” Read full tasting note
    75

From A Quarter to Tea

Creamy white tea with stewed strawberries and sweet pistachios.

Ingredients: white tea, marshmallow root, freeze-dried strawberry, red cornflower, rose hips, raw pistachios, natural flavors

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I’ve had this tea sample for a long time but am only just now (well, last week) getting around to trying it – my bad! There’s a quality to this, a flavouring or something like that, that is really reminding me of past blends from AQ2T that I’ve tried but I am struggling to totally nail down what exactly it is. Perhaps that’s because it’s simultaneously also reminding me quite heavily of Dammann Frere’s Strawberry and Pistachio herbal tea blend that I also keep stocked…

Regardless, it was very good!

Kittenna

I agree – this is uniquely AQ2T. The first time I brewed it, I mixed up two of her teas because they tasted similar in that same manner, and not clearly enough like their titular ingredients for me to distinguish them.

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I really enjoyed this combination of flavors. I am going to try more teas with this flavor comb because it suited each other really well. It was somewhat fruity but the pistachio cut it nice.

Preparation
170 °F / 76 °C 3 min, 45 sec

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I’m fairly ambivalent about this tea – it’s fine, but tastes a little over-flavoured for me. I don’t specifically taste pistachio or strawberry; it just tastes like a fruity flavoured white. Which again, isn’t anything bad, but isn’t anything special.

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