Fruity White Tea

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Feb 23rd, '09, 10:54
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Fruity White Tea

by JenM » Feb 23rd, '09, 10:54

Hello all,

I am new to this site...well, I check it out regularly, however just recently signed on! I noticed that a lot of people here don't love Teavana, for very good reasons. I feel the same way, however, i do always try out their free samples when i walk buy a store...and i have bought things once or twice. Normally, I don;t love their stuff, but there is one that I have which i LOVE! Fruito Bianco Pearls...its a fruity white tea with lemon in it. I'm wondering if anyone can point me to another site where I can get a tea like this? I think the one they sell has a lot of 'extras' in place of tea, but i just love the taste!

Any ideas?

Thank you!

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by silvermage2000 » Feb 23rd, '09, 21:51

Please consider checking out Lupicia jardin savage. And also please consider checking out mighty leaf white orchard.

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by Tea Noob » Feb 24th, '09, 04:04

since you are looking for lemon, adagio has a citron green tea that isn't bad. That would go along with the citrus you are looking for.

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by Pentox » Feb 24th, '09, 12:22

What kind of fruitiness are you looking for? I absolutely adore the Melon White from Lupicia.

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by JenM » Feb 25th, '09, 16:34

My favorite fruity flavors in tea are berries and lemon. I have been mixing Adagio's Blueberry black and lemon and love them. But, what happened to the Lemon black??

I tried the black Lemonberry from TeaSource, but it just isn't fruity enough for me. Same with the Ginger Peach from tastes very gingery, but i don't taste any peach...

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