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White tea, green tea, natural flavors, flower petals
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Reviews For White Orchard Tea
Based on 7 Reviews
Delicious! and tastes great both iced & hot
Such lovely tea!
I have been searching for a decent white tea, and I found a wonderful one here on Thrive! This tea is flavorful, but not overpowering, and tastes great hot or iced!
White Orchard Tea - Mighty Leaf
Love the taste of this tea and especially love the pretty see-thru tea bag that the tea is encased in. Great flavor. You don't need any added sugars; tastes great just as it is.
I expected this tea to be like most teas I purchase, but it was so delicious! It has a nice gentle flavor but a slight floral and peachy taste. I love it hot or cold, with or without a little honey or sweetener. In addition, the cost, in comparison to other white teas I priced, is very reasonable. Enjoy!
Don't buy 1, buy 100
Do yourself a favor, and buy a couple boxes. This is the most delicious tea I have ever drank.
My favorite tea
Delicious, light, flavorful
Melon and peach makes such a great combination.
Melon and peach makes such a great combination. I enjoy this tea so much. It is soothing and the aroma is really relaxing. I ordered this at Thrive because they give such good prices for retail purchases.
- Loma Fillion
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