Review: JING Tea Organic White Peony Supreme White Tea

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Thumbs up!"An unmistakable honeydew melon flavor is prominent. The melon flavor provided a hint of sweetness that was well-balanced by a gentle and enjoyable earthy flavor that rounded out each sip. "
Vanessa’s Teaview: 9/10
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jingwhitepeonyJing’s Organic White Peony is truly a multi-sensory treat. Visually speaking, the tea just about screams freshness. The leaves are large and downy, and look as if they were picked moments before being put in my sample packet. The dried blend’s aroma is characterized by floral notes leading the way for a subdued sweet earthiness. The brewed tea is certainly superior to any other white peony I have sampled. An unmistakable honeydew melon flavor is prominent and seems so authentic that one could be convinced that there was a piece of melon soaking in the tea. The melon flavor provided a hint of sweetness that was well-balanced by a gentle and enjoyable earthy flavor that rounded out each sip. I also picked up on a muted floral note that lingered on my tongue. This tea’s flavor profile was not so complex as to be intimidating, but nor was it so simple that it could (or should) be guzzled mindlessly. One thing I noted was that when consumed as a hot beverage, this tea had an unexpected creamy texture. When I later tested this as an iced tea, I didn’t detect that creamy mouth-feel. This tea does have a relatively high price tag ($40 for 250 grams), but white tea is generally more expensive than other tea types and this particular offering is much better than most other white tea offerings I have sampled. In all, I would highly recommend this tea to those looking for an outstanding white tea.

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