Can berry cohabitation be far behind?
Can two berries become friends and even share an apartment? Why yes, because here you'll find hints of huckleberries and crisp white cranberries bantering playfully, while watching their favorite reruns, and coexisting harmoniously within the soft, silky texture of this light and delicate tea.
White tea is the least processed of tea types and yields the lightest cup color and most delicate aroma and flavor. Purchased from a wide area of Southeast China, it requires very selective picking and handling of the young, dense tea buds.
Did You Know?
White tea is created when the bud and first leaves of the tea bush are carefully plucked and gently air dried. This gentle process allows the brewed tea to remain soft and silky in your mouth versus developing the vegetative characteristics found in green teas.
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Reviewed by 24 customers
I had purchased this flavor just before Christmas along with other teas and coffees. This tea was such a hit I just ordered 4 more boxes! You have to try it to realize just how delicious it is.
Please read the ingredients list - includes Black Darjeeling Tea. I wish it were white only, for its full flavor profile. Please, Starbucks - make it purely white tea. Thank you.
Good crisp flavor, great hot or cold. Hard to find in stores, so ordered from here.
Very tasty, loads of light fruits, berries. great nose as well.
this tea would be fantastic if only it was full leaf. I purchased it not realizing it was just dust in tiny paper bags... so sad. it had so much potential.
Love this tea! It is not too fruity! It is just right!
I love this tea. It was on back order for a couple weeks which was very disappointing but when I got it I was glad I waited instead of canceling my order.
I bought this as a Christmas gift for my Mom, who was waxing nostalgic about a delicious berry white tea she'd had at Philadelphia tea room. She was as delighted with this tea as I had hoped she'd be, since I've found Tazo teas to have bold flavors and high quality.
I am a tea drinker and this is my absolute favorite tea. I came across this tea back in 2009, and the tea was discontinued shortly thereafter (well, maybe not completely discontinued but Starbucks would not carry it in stores). I am glad to see it back!
This tea is a white tea, so it doesn't punch you in the face like a black, so don't expect it to be as such. It is delicate and subtle, but best of all, the fragrance is enough to relax you.
This tea does not have the bold flavor of the Passion tea, yet has just enough to be delicious.