Category: White
Tea Company: TeaFrog (website)
Ingredients: Pai Mu Dan, Cornflowers
Vendor Suggested Preparation: 1 tsp, 80 C, 2-3 minutes

TeaFrog - Blueberry White

I got this sample from Teafrog and it lasted me all of two days…

I’ve got a JoeMo travel mug that is brilliant and it keeps my tea piping hot all day. I love that it keeps my tea so hot but it’s made it a challenge to find a tea that doesn’t spoil being in hot water that long. I know that I could just let my tea cool before heading out with it but it’s the middle of winter here and I need the heat.

My commute to work every morning is a bizarre one and it was nice to have two days in my blueberry oasis. Holding my JoeMo like a steel security blanket through the snow, the metros, working my way through the tunnels and up 108 steps… The scent enveloped me as I greeted the same people I pass every day – a ‘namaste’ for the grinning guy at the snack counter, a loonie for the guy selling Karma on the corner, an ‘il fait frette!!’ for the doorman. Crash landing at my desk, smiling and sipping. This tea was wonderful when I first brewed it and even more wonderful when I finally got my last sip (hours later).

It’s a fabulously comforting white tea and the scent is pleasing and warm… Must get more of this tea…. It passed my JoeMo test like no other.

You can purchase the Blueberry White Tea directly from the TeaFrog website.

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One Response to “Tea Review: TeaFrog – Blueberry White”

  • You focused a lot on the travel mug and less on the tea :D . Though you have made an excellent sales pitch to me about the JoMo haha. I like it though, your descriptions of where you live are illustrating a nice picture :) .

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