White Blueberry

Tea type
Fruit White Blend
Ingredients
Blue Cornflowers, Dried Blueberries, Natural Flavours, White Tea
Flavors
Artificial, Autumn Leaf Pile, Blueberry, Candy, Hay, Musty, Oats, Smooth
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Loose Leaf
Caffeine
Low
Certification
Not available
Edit tea info Last updated by Cameron B.
Average preparation
185 °F / 85 °C 3 min, 0 sec 12 oz / 354 ml

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From Zhi Tea

Zhi White Blueberry is crafted exclusively from our superior grade Chinese White Bai Mudan blended with blueberries, blue cornflowers, and botanical blueberry extract.

This sensational tea is not only chock-full of antioxidants but totally delivers in the taste department. Rather than covering the delicate body of the tea itself, our blend merely enhances and reveals even more of the natural qualities of the tea.

Indulge, revitalize, relax. Pure goodness from Zhi.

This tea can be resteeped at least twice with superb results!

Water: 195°F | Leaves: 1 Tbsp per 12 ounce cup | Infusion Time: 3-4 minutes

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11 Tasting Notes

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6768 tasting notes

SIPDOWN #3 for today!

Having one last tea before ‘abandoning ship’…this one will be missed…

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347 tasting notes

I really enjoy this blueberry tea! It’s a good equal mix of white tea flavor and blueberry. The blueberry is very sweet and smooth, not tart at all. I could see myself buying more of this one.

Preparation
185 °F / 85 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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2384 tasting notes

This is a LOVELY tea! Thank you, TEAEQUALSBLISS! This is the second white tea EVER for me (I know, can you believe it?) and this one really delivers. It is smooth, it is light, it is sweet, fresh, and delightful. The mix is so beautiful you will want to put a small amount in a glass bowl for display.

Preparation
180 °F / 82 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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427 tasting notes

This has bai mudan white tea,blueberries,and malva flowers. You can clearly see the ingredients. This tea smells like blueberries. I steeped the two for two minutes or something like that. This taste like a nice white tea and blueberries that are not too tart yet weak either. This is pretty good.

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10259 tasting notes

SIpdown from VariaTEA. This is nice. I don’t often have white teas in my cupboard but i’m not opposed to them. I quite like the refreshing blueberry in this one, even if it is a lighter tea. :) Nice to try and sample, but while i enjoyed it – i still prefer a blueberry black :)

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Tea Swap Sample Sipdown Catch-Up! 1 of 4 (9)

This sample is from my swap with VariaTEA!

Zhi Tea is actually native to Austin. I haven’t been to their location yet, but I definitely plan to go!

This one’s just okay. The bai mudan base is smooth with soft hay and oat notes. There’s a bit of dry autumn leaf flavor as well. According to the description, the blueberry here is from botanical blueberry extract. But somehow, to me, it still tastes somewhat candylike or artificial.

It’s not bad, but not great either. I do like the idea of white tea and blueberry together though, as blueberry oatmeal is one of my favorite flavors.

Flavors: Artificial, Autumn Leaf Pile, Blueberry, Candy, Hay, Musty, Oats, Smooth

Preparation
185 °F / 85 °C 3 min, 0 sec 3 tsp 12 OZ / 354 ML
tea-sipper

Zhi Tea is still open? Sheesh, I tried ONE of their teas ages ago!

Tabby

I got one of their teas in my Sips By box recently. They must be.

VariaTEA

Both Zhi teas I have tried were from SipsBy.

Cameron B.

Yes, they’re still open according to Google Maps. :)

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4565 tasting notes

I added this to a tea smoothie made with raspberries. Though it seemed at times I could sort of taste blueberry, most flavor was drowned out by the tart raspberries. So I will have to try this another time on it’s own.

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