Delicate white tea leaves plus a hint of pear and spicy ginger.
1. Heat water to 195˚F.
2. Place tea in cup and pour water over the leaves.
3. Steep for 2-4 minutes.
For loose leaf iced teas, use 3 tsp per 8oz glass.
Ingredients and certifications may differ slightly between our pyramid infusers and loose tea for this blend. For detailed ingredient information, please contact us directly or check the packaging.
The tin is so unique I love it! It is urbanesque without being too over the top. Do not under any circumstance stick your nose in the tin. Let me save you the pain of having ginger straight up the nose. It is not the most pleasant experience but with how COVID can rid one of their sinus ability maybe it's not such a bad thing. Take a look and you'll first notice how very broken the leaf is. Sad to see for a white tea. But seeing as how it's organic one doesn't have to worry about them using a pesticide-induced leaf on the bottom of the bush. The flavor is very interesting. The ginger adds a nice spicy kick, but not too spicy, it doesn't make your mouth pucker like ginger sometimes does. The pear adds a lot of sweetness. There is a bit of earthy flavor when you first take a sip but the lemon immediately follows with a wham of pear and the flavors. Suddenly I am reminded of the green sour gumballs. It's not bad but I honestly don't think I could have another cup. It's a bit too much in my mouth. Unfortunately, the white tea is too muted.
Unique tea pyramids, loose leaf tea canisters or now single serve tea bags. This light refreshing tea, White Ginger Pear is the best tea to invigorate me after a break of enjoying the hot tea! I have given several to friends and family to enjoy and if they get a pyramid they know who gave it to them! I received my first taste from my sister and have been hooked ever since that first taste!
i recently like a week ago bought this tea in a canister rather than the tea bags i use to get because they expensive. This batch is way off than when i last bought this tea 6 months ago. This recent batch i tried has this weird lingering effect almost like artificial sweetener like this weird tingle after drinking the tea. I would not recommend buying this at the moment, i can guarantee you wont like this type of tingle aftertaste effect in your mouth after every sip.