My Favorite White Teas (So Far)

It was my first time trying white tea, but I loved almost all of the ones I tried, except for one because it wasn’t strong enough. The three that I really like so far are:

buddha's blend

Buddha’s Blend. An interesting blend green and white tea, Jasmine pearls for the sweet taste, and the fruity aroma of hibiscus blossoms. The smell is aromatic and sweet, the taste is just as unique and sweet as it smells. This is a tea that definitely surprised me with how much I enjoyed it. I am not a huge fan of Jasmine, but this blend has a perfect harmony with the Jasmine, it’s not too strong and it’s not really sweet either.

coco-lemon thai

The next tea is Coco-Lemon Thai. This blend is amazing! It’s light and fruity, with a strong gingery taste that soothes the throat. I used to buy a lemon-ginger tea to help soothe my throat, which tends to get raw from teaching. This tea not only helped soothe my throat, but the taste is even better because of the added sweetness of the coconut! It’s definitely a tea that I will continue to get regardless of soothing my throat. It’s a light tea with a good mix of ginger and coconut!


Mango Madness. The name says it all. A refreshing and juicy tea with apple pieces, orange peel, mango, pineapple, orange slices, tangerine pieces, safflower petals, strawberry pieces, and marigold blossoms. This tea is like a day at the beach, without the sunburn. It’s refreshing, light, not too sweet, but packed with a lot of juicy punch thanks to the amazing array of fruit ingredients.

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  1. David says:

    Have been searching for David’s Coco-Lemon Thai for about a year. Is this still available for sale? A friend of mine happened to have a single-serving canister laying around, which I just used. Would love to buy more. Thanks very much in advance.

    • Now that you mention it, it looks like it’s no longer on their menu. I was pretty sure I bought some last year as a gift, but maybe I’m mistaken. I can’t really remember if it was last year or 2 years ago. I also looked on their website at their fond farewells section, but couldn’t find it there either. That’s the unfortunate thing with David’s Tea, to make room for new teas, they retire old ones that aren’t that popular. I’ve had many that I liked “retire.” Your best bet is to contact David’s Tea directly (through Twitter, Email, or even just call a store near you). Sometimes when I look for tea on their website, I can’t find it. Every time I type in “mint to be” their search engine never finds it for some reason.

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