Vanilla beans have been treasured for centuries for their intoxicating, floral bouquet and natural sweetness. Combined with the Kingdom coconut, which is located along the seaside of Wenchang, China, they are the inspiration for this fragrant, flavorful and rare white tea. (Also known as item 40067 via catalogue)
Vanilla Coconut 100% White Tea was featured on "What's in" on NBC's Today show.
Steeping white tea is easy. Simply heat fresh, filtered water just short of boiling. Then pour water over tea and steep for 30-60 seconds (if using tea bags) or 2-3 minutes (if using full-leaf.)
100% White Tea and natural vanilla and coconut flavors
Country of Origin
What our Citizens are saying about this great gift of the leaf...
Love this tea!
October 21, 2013
Walnut Creek, CA
Great flavor and aroma!
Smooth & refreshing
August 09, 2013
Glen Rose, AR
I love the light flavors of coconut and vanilla in this white tea. I have found the best way to brew it to keep the tea's light taste from becoming bitter is to put a little cold water in the cup with the teabag and then poor in hot but not boiling water in and let steep for only 5 minutes. (For any green or white tea, they will become bitter if the water is boiling hot or it is steeped too long. Give this one a try if you like flavored tea or if you are learning to like tea for the health benefits.
Love this tea
July 20, 2013
I think this is my favorite Republic of Tea flavor. I love it!!
Wouldn't order again
March 26, 2013
Oklahoma City, OK
This tea was terrible. I was really excited about the reviews I had read and I love anything vanilla... But this white tea is awful. It turns bitter so fast - I brewed my tea in barely hot water for only a minute, and it is already bitter. Also the smell reminds me of cough syrup. No hint of coconut. Flavor is also that way, it almost seems like I've poured in terrible vanilla extract in it or something, with alcohol-y taste. Would not recommend it.