Orange Blossom 100% White Tea Bags

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$16.50 - Tin - 50 Tea Bags #40064
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Highly scented orange blossoms are full of essential oils and are traditionally used as adornments in wedding ceremonies. The blossoms impart an invigorating citrus note to this rare white tea, creating a cup that is delicate yet fresh and crisp.

Authentic 100% White Tea only grows in the majestic mountains of China's Fujian Province. Tender white downy buds are hand-plucked just two days of the year, right before the leaf opens. With small yields and high demands, it remains one of the world's most rare teas. We are honored to offer you this season's harvest featuring delicate flavor notes and a sweet, lingering finish. White tea is the least processed of all tea varietals and retains more of its antioxidants, known as polyphenols. Discover tea in its most natural state and raise a cup to good health.

Caffeine

100% White Tea is low in caffeine. More about caffeine.

Ingredients

100% White Tea and natural orange and orange flower flavoring

Calories

0

Country of Origin

China

Citizen Reviews
  • 4.5 Star

Orange blossom

5 Stars Orange blossom

from SC on wrote:

A delightful white tea, with a light citrus taste of orange. A wonderful afternoon cuppa.

Love this tea

5 Stars Love this tea

from AZ on wrote:

I wanted to try the white teas, so bought this one. The flavor light and orangey, delicious. I will buy it again.

Orange blossom

4 Stars Orange blossom

from CA on wrote:

Wish it had just a little more orange flavor

Orange Blossom

5 Stars Orange Blossom

from MI on wrote:

If you are looking for a low caffeine, subtle flavor all day drinkable tea this is the one! Enjoy

Disappointing

2 Stars Disappointing

from KS on wrote:

I was excited to try this tea as I like both white tea and orange blossom but somehow the two don't seem to blend, they don't enhance each other, instead they take away from each other: there's not enough white tea flavor but not enough orange blossom either. Calling it "Orange Blossom 100% White Tea" is a bit misleading too: I was expecting some kind of dried orange blossoms in the tea, but it is 100% white tea, with "natural orange and orange blossom flavor" according to the ingredients list. Two stars because it's ok tea, but nowhere near "orange blossom" or even just exquisitely delicious white tea.