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fruity – The Year of Tea

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Episode 051: Bai Hao Wu Long

Bai Hao Wu Long is a Taiwanese tea that goes by many different names — oriental beauty, eastern beauty, dong fang mei ren, white tip oolong, champagne oolong, formosa bai hao, fancy formosa silver tip, formosa fancy, etc. Whatever you call it, it’s still a great cup of tea.

The champagne-colored liquor smells and tastes a lot like honey, with some subtle orange and peach flavors. (It’s complex like a darjeeling in that way.) These leaves can be steeped multiple times, so savor the flavor all day long! This would also make a really posh iced tea. Make sure to check out the health benefits too!


Purchase Tea Geek’s Bai Hao Wu Long (2010 Summer Harvest)

Episode 171: Mandarin Orange

I feel like we’ve skipped spring and went straight into summer here in Atlanta. That means I’ve been drinking nothing but iced tea to stay cool. And since I still have a TON of teas from Zoomdweebie’s, something from Southern Boy Teas was my first choice. Today, it’s Mandarin Orange.

While the tea definitely captures the smell of orange, the taste is more like a mix of fruits — orange, cherry, grape, etc. The first flavor that popped into my mind was Froot Loops! That’s not a bad thing — it just means the orange has some supporting players. Try this refreshingly fruity tea today!


Purchase Southern Boy Teas’ Mandarin Orange