Wild Blueberry

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170 °F / 76 °C 3 min, 15 sec

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From Octavia Tea

This luscious infusion is made from an exquisite white tea blended with the captivating fragrance of wild blueberries. White tea has a delicate, honey-like flavor & contains the highest antioxidant level of all teas.

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6768 tasting notes

I’m back (sort of) did you miss me!? LOL

I have a bunch of stuff to backlog but I was very tea deprived in Vegas last week. I was unable to go to the Mandarin Oriental Tea Room as I hoped…hell, I didn’t even get over to the Fashion Mall’s Teavana! Oye!

Anyhow…I’m sick…VERY sick since I have been back…I know it was because of the lady on the plane…she wasn’t covering her mouth and I was sitting RIGHT in front of her. I truly believe I was unable to fight off the germs because of lack of tea! Seriously!!!!

Here is my first cup of the day – backlogging later.

Also…I’m not tasting any new teas while I am sick because I don’t think it would be a fair review since I am “OFF”, ya know what I mean…so I will only taste the ones I have tasted before.

As I am doing with this one. It was alright. Felt nice on the throat but very light in flavor.


Sorry you got sick! Hope you get to feeling better soon.


One of my tea friends is married to a doctor, and he says that freshly steeped hot tea DOES have benefits for helping us fight off germs. We thank him profusely for telling us this, so we can rationalize buying even more tea.

Meghann M

ashmanra, I’ll remember to tell my husband that tonight. And get him drinking even more hot tea because he is a first year teacher. I’m sure any defense against sick kids will help, and more tea for me…I mean us!

Cory Ostermann

I can totally believe that a lack of tea could lower the immune system. When I first moved back to Baltimore a couple weeks ago, it was so hot that I didn’t drink much tea. The result? I spent all of last week with a major cold.
I hope you feel much better soon. Take it easy!


Boo to that selfish lady on the plane! :( I hope you feel better soon!


@Meghann, I’m crossing my fingers that your husband doesn’t get too sick. First year teachers are almost always catching something though…I’m in my second year of teaching and have already dealt with a nasty cold which resulted in a pretty painful ear infection. Drink lots of tea and take vitamins!!!


Working in child care I get sick often, I will see if my recent habit of daily tea consumption boosts my immunity this flu season! I like the idea mentioned that it’s a great excuse to buy more tea!


Thanks everyone!!!

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558 tasting notes

This tea brews up a deep lilac/blueberry color. The taste is amazingly blueberry without being quite tart. Their are notes of honey and soft flavorings of white tea. Mmmm…great afternoon/evening tea. Quite calming tonight.

175 °F / 79 °C 3 min, 15 sec

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4843 tasting notes

Yummy! Fresh blueberry taste with a light, white tea base that tastes sweet and refreshing.

I like this very much!

165 °F / 73 °C 5 min, 0 sec

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431 tasting notes

thank you Meghann M for sending me this tea in a swap. I can see the blueberries and the white tea. This mostly smells like blueberry. This tastes like a medium blueberry taste with a good tasting white tea. I think this tea is really good.

Meghann M

I’m glad you’re enjoying it:)

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267 tasting notes

Thanks for the sample, Meghann! I really like this one, but I am quite partial to blueberry (about to bake some blueberry muffins, in fact, and I had a blueberry smoothie for lunch). I was careful to stick to the brew temperature and time, and what resulted was a very mild tea that I’d actually like to try iced (I’m on an iced tea kick). I’m not sure this unseats my favorite rooibos blueberry by Rishi, but it’s quite good.

170 °F / 76 °C 4 min, 0 sec

That sounds good too. I just ordered the Blueberry Rooibos from Fava. I wonder if it’s similar to the Rishi. The ingredients look identical.


Heh, I’ve noticed that Rishi sells its blends to other tea shops to put their own name on. Pretty weird, actually :)


It’s funny since it’s cheaper at Fava. If you order the Butternut, you’ll have to grab some blueberry and see if they are the same.

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310 tasting notes

I got a surprise tea package in the mail today from my friend Lizbet and this is one of the tea samples she sent. I’ve been wanting to try this one!! Thanks Lizbet!

This tea is interesting. I taste white tea, blueberry, and something else. I can’t figure out the something else part. But in the mouth, I taste the mystery flavor. In the aftertaste, I get the blueberrry and the white tea flavor. The mystery flavor when you first drink it is almost vegetal, like spinach… which I’ve never tasted in a white tea. Strange. It makes me think about it a lot while I drink it. The blueberry flavor is fantastic.

180 °F / 82 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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144 tasting notes

I got a sample of this as part of a Christmas present and tried it last night. I should probably say that I have a cold so my senses may be dulled!
This is one of the darker white teas that I’ve seen, both the dry leaves and the steeped tea. It smells amazing and light and extremely blueberry-y, but it didn’t really taste that way. It was a very light and mild taste, the blueberry was there, and a little of the white tea, but it was a little mehh for me. The second steep was basically the same, maybe a bit lighter still. But I’m looking forward to trying this one without having a cold!

165 °F / 73 °C 1 min, 0 sec

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