White Grape White Tea

Tea type
Flavored Fruit White Blend
Ingredients
Black Currants, Cornflower Petals, Mallow Flowers, Natural Flavours, Rose Hip Peels, White Tea
Flavors
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Caffeine
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Average preparation
8 oz / 236 ml

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China Pai Mu Tan, China Cui Min, rose hip peel, freeze-dried black currants, mallow and cornflower blossoms, natural flavor

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I am locked in battle with this tea.

I have braved the trials and illness of days 4 and 5 in caffeine purgatory, only to reward myself with a troubling blend indeed. Zealot that I am for basically everything in this ingredient list and for artificial grape flavor, this tea seemed destined to be my soulblend. I stuck my nose into the bag eagerly and was met with an aroma that could be said to be grape in the same way as the aged, grape-scented eraser that fit snugly in the miniature juice carton for the family dollhouse growing up – sort of faded and elusive, but yes, maybe grape? The smell is sweet and marshmallowy but the grape is difficult to pin down without pulling the bag on over your head.

Moving on, I followed the recommended steeping directions and the result was, I think, concerningly pale in color and in palate. In trying to magnify the flavors enough to get a detailed read on them, I have gone ballistic. I made a second cup with an increased steep time and water temperature; I have sniffed the leaves and the cup until I have gotten lightheaded; I’ve sipped, I’ve swished, I have LITERALLY gargled with this tea, but I am having the most devilish time unlocking the flavors sufficiently to really enjoy and analyze this cup. I will file this one away to be reassessed when one or both of us are better disposed to cooperate.

Preparation
2 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML
gmathis

Gargling! Now there’s a technique to try! (I’m with you—try as I might, I just can’t coax anything substantial out of a white tea.)

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