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white eternal spring

by adagio teas

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type: white

origin: china

caffeine: light

price level: $$$$

Spring brings the awakening of nature after a long winter slumber. Associated with rebirth, revival and renewal, spring imbues a sense of youthful freshness. Enjoy eternal rejuvenation in a cup with this refreshing blend of white tea and a medley of fruit and rose petals. Each sip will renew body and spirit with natural sweetness and floral notes. Steep at 180°F for 3-5 minutes

Recent reviews

    • JD

      Jessica Deutsch

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      An excellent white tea. The flavor is very subtle (as all white teas tend to be). Perfect for drinking in springtime on the colder days.

    • Anita Blake

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      not as flavorful as I'd expected, but still quite tasty

    • A. Wood

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      Great tea. Very light and pleasant. Fruity and floral smell.

    • melissa Dichiaro

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      I’m not a huge floral lover in tea but wanted to give this one a try. It isn’t overly floral and while I wouldn’t purchase again I did enjoy what I had.

    • LL

      Larissa Leal

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      a nice and refreshing tea that is good for summer time heat

    • Katie DiBenedetto

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      A wonderful tea with a great blend of flavors. It is very appropriately named because it has this mythical feel to it.

    • Kaitlin Shanks

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      Fresh and delicious, I enjoyed drinking this tea. It has a light, fruity flavor.

    • Max Sugerman

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      Super light and fresh. Its a little weak, but the flavor is really nice

    • Red Wolfe

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      A very light tea, it definitely gives off spring vibes. The floral and fruity notes aren't overpowering, and compliment each other well.

    • Lydia May

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      Tastes just like Teavana's Youthberry White. Great summer tea, but the fruit flavor is so overpowering that I can't really taste the tea itself. Still makes a relaxing, refreshing cup, though.

    • KK

      Kathleen Krantz

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      Very light white tea with fruity flavors added. I love my white teas in the afternoon. This has become a new favorite.

    • Alaina Michael

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      Bought this as a gift for my mom, and she said it's her new favorite tea!

    • BD

      Bob Doss

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      Its' a very light tea. but the added flavors are nice.

    • JK

      Jennifer Krasovic

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      White tea is not my favorite because it is such a light flavor, but it is a nice combination for a white tea

    • Annie Katharine

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      Im actually not a fan of the rose petals in this one.

    • Dee Farbz

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      This is by far one of my favorites. I love fruit teas and I love white teas and this perfectly balances the flavors of both. The flavor is so strong and unique.

    • AM

      Anjali Mittu

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      This and the white blueberry tea by adagio are my favorite white teas. Great taste!

    • Chase Munson

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      Very nice! Has a good complexity and balance of flavors without overwhelming my taste buds.

    • Ryan Jason

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      This was the first white tea I tried from Adagio and honestly it's still one of my favorites. The flavors are subtle but very refreshing. It tastes like springtime in a cup!

    • K C

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      Something about the smell was off-putting, perhaps the rose petals had a hint of decay.

    • Samantha Ball

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      I wishI could give this more stars. This is my number 1 tea, and you better believe I buy the big bags!

    • MR

      Melissa Robertson

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      Wonderful sweet tasting tea. The fruit medley is the perfect combination

    • Blayne Cook

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      Extremely good! Very wonderful fruit combination, and the subtle flavors of the white tea still come through