White Wedding Tea

Sweet & Elegant  

Product Rating:
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Blender's Notes:

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.

Features:

  • Gourmet Loose Leaf White Tea
  • Origin: Drum Mountain, China
  • 1 Mini Tin = 5 8-oz Servings
  • 1 Case = 15 Mini Tins (10% off)
  • 1 LB Bulk = $0.38 / Serving
  • AND leaves can be re-infused 3+ times
  • Gluten-free & Sugar-free
  • Perfect wedding favors, bridal shower favors, or bridal tea favors
  • Get custom labels! Call for more details 303-444-8324

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Ingredients: white tea, jasmine flowers, chestnut flavoring

Price: $4.00

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Steeping Guide
1 tsp
175°
2-3 mins.
Per 8 oz. water
Benefits
Reviews

White Tea

  • Increases Mental Awareness and Focus, Calming
  • Most Powerful Anti-Oxidant, Anti-Aging
  • Calorie-free, Fat-free, Gluten-free, Extremely low in caffeine
  • Tea infused from the leaves of the Camellia sinensis plant is the world’s most popular beverage after water. The darker the tea, the more processing it has undergone, and the more processing, the more antioxidants are lost. White teas are made from buds and young leaves, which are steamed or fired, and then dried. The closest thing to fresh tea leaves, white tea retains the highest concentrations of catechin polyphenols, which research shows may help prevent cancer, lower blood cholesterol, and control high blood pressure.

    * These statements have not been evaluated by the Food & Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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    This smells amazing, I couldn't wait to try it. Unfortunately, the smell does not match the taste. It smells like cake and tastes like hot water. —queennae
    We bought this tea as part of a gift for my mom's bridal shower. All the ladies loved it! The flavors are subtle, and the chestnut is different than anything I've had before - it was so unique, I had requests for more!—Melissa
    I just ordered this white wedding tea - WOW! It is beautiful! Now I know what I will get my clients for Christmas 2013! Great Job!!! Thank You!—Kathie Johnson
    Oh my... Celestia would approve. The first thing that hits you is how DELICIOUS this smells even before you brew it. The whole time you are thinking "It can't possibly taste like real cake!" but then you take your first sip and your mind is blown. This tea hardly requires any sweetening despite its lack of sugar. It is delicate and wonderful like biting into a piece of perfect white cake with a rich creamy frosting only to have it melt into your mouth. Forget getting fat eating cake, just drink this instead!—Umbreona
    I'm not much of a white tea girl (I generally prefer oolongs) but I think this might be the best tea I've ever had!!! You can really taste the "caramel notes of roasted chestnut" and it's soooooo smooth!! I practically guzzled my entire first mug!—Christina Hope Loflin
    Very disappointed in this after reading the reviews and description. Perhaps I prepared it poorly, but it did not have the wedding cake flavor I expected. Will not order again.—Tami Hannon
    A good dessert tea. It smells like maple syrup, but the taste is more nutty & not so sweet. And it's named after a Billy Idol song ;)—Christy Jenevein