White Wedding

Tea type
Flowering White Blend
Not available
Burnt, Chestnut, Jasmine, Caramel
Sold in
Loose Leaf
Not available
Not available
Edit tea info Last updated by Mookit
Average preparation
180 °F / 82 °C 3 min, 45 sec 15 oz / 443 ml

Currently unavailable

We don't know when or if this item will be available.

From Our Community

1 Image

2 Want it Want it

4 Own it Own it

11 Tasting Notes View all

From The Tea Spot

White Wedding Tea is a celebration of fresh white tea leaves & caramel notes of roasted chestnut. A sweet bouquet & tiny white flowers adorn this full leaf white tea. These Bai Yun tea leaves impart a great body & flavor which lasts over multiple infusions. Sipping this dessert tea is like indulging in a slice of decadent white wedding cake… without the calories! A perfect complement to any occasion – from a grand wedding to an intimate bridal shower, or a sweet reminder of your special day for your guests to take home.

About The Tea Spot View company

Company description not available.

11 Tasting Notes

3294 tasting notes

I finished my NaNoWriMo project last night!! Yeah!! Of course, the novel is far from finished. There will be the rewrite, then another rewrite, etc, but for now, I’ve proven to myself, once again, that I can set a 30 day goal and actually complete it!! WooHoo!

This morning I had breakfast with my son, Leif (age 20). He lives at home, but is a college student and we don’t really get to hang out as much as we used to. So I fixed the food while we chatted, and he picked out the tea. He wanted something white, so I laid out a selection of option, he smelled them all, and this was his pick.

I’ve reviewed it before, and my former description stands. We drank it plain, talked about that fact that neither of us has ever eaten wedding cake, and Leif’s comment: “It’s very light, and a little sweet. Do you that’s from the chestnut flavoring?”

It’s an ok tea, something to bring out when someone wants “white”. I have a few more cups-worth left, but once it’s gone, it’s gone.


Celebration!!! Great Job!!!



Invader Zim



Congratulations on NaNo,that’s great!

Terri HarpLady

Thanks everyone!! :D


That’s amazing. You are such an inspiration, Terri!

Terri HarpLady

Thanks Nik!

Login or sign up to leave a comment.

41 tasting notes

Smelled fantastic but tasted weird and bitter. Not a fan. 1.5/5

Flavors: Burnt, Chestnut

Login or sign up to leave a comment.

57 tasting notes

The jasmine + chestnut combo initially made me do a double take, but wooweewow this is so good! The dry leaf smells amazing. This is exactly what I think Santa would smell like- earthy but almost cloyingly sweet. When brewed it’s creamy and sweet but still maintains the nice overarching jasmine flavor. Lovely white tea that doesn’t whimp out on the flavor.

Flavors: Chestnut, Jasmine

180 °F / 82 °C 5 min, 0 sec

Login or sign up to leave a comment.

139 tasting notes

Hooray, December Tea Sparrow boxes came early! Wanted to try this one first since it sounded the most interesting, and its evening so didn’t want too much caffeine.

This tea is quite pleasant. It has a smooth green tea base with a slightly sweet chestnut flavour. Also reminds me somewhat of white chocolate in taste, but definitely not that sweet.

Decent overall.

Login or sign up to leave a comment.

26 tasting notes

The smell of this tea is extremely bold. The smell of the raw leaves almost sticks to your nose – you can smell it even 20 minutes after the tea is put away. The ingredients are white tea, jasmine flowers and roasted chestnut flavoring. It tastes very nutty, creamy, and caramel y.

It would be interesting to try this tea iced.

1tbsp in 8oz of “not-quite boiling” water for 3.5 minutes.

Flavors: Caramel, Chestnut

Login or sign up to leave a comment.

518 tasting notes

I bought this sample from The Tea Spot a while back and I’ve somehow never gotten around to trying it. I thought tonight would be a perfect time to try it.

I went back to read the description on their site after sipping it.

Gosh, is this incredibly sweet and creamy. I love the roasted chestnuttiness. I don’t really get the jasmine, but it’s just a few flowers, so I’m not too surprised. It’s a light flavor when it’s just the flowers and it’s overwhelmed by the chestnut. I can taste the base white, and it’s adding a really nice base to this tea, fuzzy and soft.

I really like this one. I’m not sure that I would stock it all the time, but it is a decadent dessert treat. (Or an I’ve had a cruddy week but at least now I have something I can drive week, I guess.)

175 °F / 79 °C 2 min, 15 sec 3 tsp 15 OZ / 443 ML
Cameron B.

I’ve been looking at The Tea Spot and thinking some of their teas sound tasty (not to mention the cute tins). I’m glad to hear you liked this one. :)


They have some nice teas. I quite enjoyed this one.

Login or sign up to leave a comment.

4209 tasting notes

This was a one teaspoon sample I took from the Here’s Hoping teabox a while back (I hope that thing isn’t lost right now.) Is it bad that I have the second cup (PM not AM) of my tea days for the next week or so planned out? Of course I want to drink all the teas all the time. Choices choices . haha. Anyway, I like this one! There are plenty of big jasmine flowers in the dry blend but somehow the flavor doesn’t happen in the tea itself. It’s a decent white tea (fuzzy but somehow they aren’t bothering my throat)… it doesn’t taste like cake so much as frosting! Sweet and also a bit nutty. Where is my dessert with this one? The second cup somehow had almost just about as much flavor as the first cup.
Steep #1 // 30 mins after boiling // 2-3 min
Steep #2 // 20 min after boiling // 3 min
Three sipdown tasting notes today! NICE.

Login or sign up to leave a comment.