White tea is the least processed and most delicate of all teas, and when blended with creamy vanilla with hints of caramel, it's a transformative delight. Toasted Bancha tea leaves give this delectable blend a nutty flavor profile, taking the anti-oxidant rich white tea to new heights.
- Fill kettle with fresh water and bring to just short of a rolling boil
- Pour water over 1 sachet and infuse for two to three minutes
- For iced tea, double the amount of tea used, allowing to cool after steeping and pour over ice
* Certified Organic
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Daniel: more than a year ago
I am an avid tea drinker & enjoy a bold taste. Seeing as this was a double Vanilla tea I looked forward to a nice strong vanilla flavour but was disappointed. It is a nice smooth tea but it adds to the stereotype that vanilla is plain. Used correctly, Vanilla can be as amazing a flavour as chocolate & I wish the manufacturer understood this before labeling it as a "Double V".
Bonnie: more than a year ago
I think this is a nice easy drinking tea with a mellow vanilla taste and the white tea makes for over all gentle drinking experience. I like mine with milk and honey best steeped on the stove in a small sauce pan, very similar to the true method of steeping traditional Chai tea. Price is decent and I have been happy with most of the Zhena teas I have tried.
Me: more than a year ago
Unfortunately, i did not like this tea. I love white tea with pear (a different tea brand) but white tea somehow does not seem to go well with caramel. Luckily my husband seems to like it though! Zhena's Gypsy is probably my favourite tea brand on the market (for flavour and organic ingredients), so you really must try one of their teas. My recommendation for the best herbal tea is their acai berry and the best black tea is their rose tea.