Aged White Tea

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White Tea
White Tea
Almond, Hay, Sweet, Barnyard, Leather
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180 °F / 82 °C 3 min, 0 sec 13 oz / 375 ml

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An underrated mellow, earthy tea which shines as it ages. Aged White (Gong Mei) is a versatile tea which is considered a healthy tonic which removes toxins from the body.

Taste: mellow, slightly earthy undertone, full body liquor

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A little “generic white tea” like today, though the finish of the soup has a nice tang to it that tastes a little bit like nectarines or other stone fruits, with that edge of acidity. The mouthfeel is pretty thick and creamy even if I don’t think there’s much of a cream flavour to the sip.

It was nice trying this; but I think it’ll be a bit forgettable long term. Kudos to it for being a pretty good bagged white option though. Those are hard to come by.

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477 tasting notes

Sweet, nutty, almond flavour that gives way to wood and hay. It reminds me strongly of a mellow Keemun. Smooth and delicious.

Flavors: Almond, Hay, Sweet

185 °F / 85 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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836 tasting notes

Both dry leaf and brewed tea have a barn-y aroma that I am not familiar with in a white tea.

Medium mouthfeel and strong white tea flavour- reminiscent of the Scottish Daleroch tea I tried a few weeks ago. Very soft and delicate sweetness trails into the aftertaste. Leather note.

Flavors: Barnyard, Leather, Sweet

175 °F / 79 °C 3 min, 0 sec 3 tsp 13 OZ / 375 ML

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1500 tasting notes

Steepster, I love you. I’m not sure why it isn’t mutual… I mean, I really love you. I send you new peeps all the time, I talk you up constantly, I support you wherever possible, I’m here for you…

… and you seem to consistently lose my tea ratings in thanks.

This is one of those reviews. I know I’ve reviewed it – I know where I was sitting when I reviewed it just a few weeks back when I bought this. And yet…

So, yes, I’ll get over it. Just please, tell me, how can I support you, to support me, oh lovely Steepster? :)

(BTW: this tea is quite lovely, I’m really enjoyed the aged and/or smoked whites, it’s surprisingly sweet and robust).

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149 tasting notes

I received this tea from Plunkybug (Thank you!!), and it was really, really delightful!
The fact that it’s bagged really doesn’t come into play, as it tastes like a loose leaf completely… just a really lovely white tea. :)
It had that slight earthiness that I really love in some whites, along with a very nice scent.
So happy that I got to try this!


Glad you like! I had this as a sample at a demo in a store locally, and I was surprised to find out it was bagged. Like, really I’m a bit of a tea snob when I hear of bags but this is quite good surprised. Evan and I got to talking tea, and he ended up giving me a few samples of the various teas, with extras to share, so I am glad the people I have shared with so far have liked to, and looked beyond the bag. :)

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1759 tasting notes

Yet another from the traveling box. I really need to get it moving again. Hopefully after I get paid either tomorrow or Monday.

Anyhow. I liked this. It was rather rich and malty for a white yet still had the white tea(silver needle, I think?) characteristics I used to love. Maybe this is how I can fall back into whites? There was a time I adored them all!
I got two steeps out of it, and probably could have gone for three or four if there had been time.
I wonder who put this in the box. Since I’m the first to review anything from this company…


I did. They are a local company to me. It’s good for a bagged tea, right? I haven’t put a note up because I messed up the brewing the first time I made it, but had it in store as a demo and it was really tasty.


Oh nice they’re Canadian!!


Yes, they are based in Victoria, here. I got samples from Evan, after I had tried some at a local market demo. I really liked it them, and was surprised it was a bagged tea. They are only carrying a few teas, but they are very particular which teas they use, and source from. I asked for extras so I could pass some on. I feel bad I have not put reviews up…but the times I have had them, I have been rushed and not paid proper attention to brewing and tasting…so I am waiting on a good time to do it, sit down with the materials, and do a proper tasting.

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