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From Davidson's Organics

100% Organic White Peony
refers to tea that is hand-harvested from the uppermost part of the tea plant, and White Peony Tea specifically refers to a plucking of buds with two leaves intact. Least processed of all the teas, white teas are thought to have higher polyphenol (antioxidant) content than even green teas. Researchers feel that white tea may offer potent health benefits. White tea has less caffeine than either black or green tea, and can be steeped longer. In addition, you can make at least 2 cups of tea with a White tea bag. White Tea has a delicious chocolate-like character.

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348 tasting notes

I actually tried this loose leaf, but since there really is no reason to add a new tea profile for this (and I’m lazy), I’ll go with this one. On dry scent alone, I didn’t know what to expect. This is probably why I’m not a sommelier, for – upon sight – I would’ve said this was a Darjeeling white. It had a nut-spice scent to it which also supported that theory. When infused, though, it took on the melon-like, buttery characteristics of a good Bai Mu Dan. Worth your valuable tea time.

Full Review: http://www.teaviews.com/2010/12/23/review-davidon%E2%80%99s-tea-white-peony/

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239 tasting notes

This one is a little odd. I have the looseleaf version. When I sent this to a friend, she said it was “oily.” How can a straight tea be oily? I kind of know what she means now.

The mouthfeel is like nothing I have ever experienced. It’s extremely juicy and slick. It’s not oily in an unpleasant way, but I can completely see how she would say that.

The flavor is like most whites I have had, extremely mild. Most of what I get is mild sweet grass, and maybe a little bit of hay. There’s a bit of honey sweetness in there as well.

Despite what people tend to think about grocery store tea, Davidson’s has been consistently good.

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At first I was going to give this a thumbs down but then I steeped extra long and made sure I smooshed everything I could out of the teabag. Next to no scent. Light in color and not strong at all. You can taste a little floral sample but it certainly doesn’t stand up to the description so I will stand neutral on this one

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