White Blueberry (white tea)

33 Review(s)

Organic White Tea with Blueberries

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  • 1.7 oz Tin $15.95
  • 0.4 oz Sample $3.95
  • 2.0 oz Pouch $13.95
  • 1.0 lb Pouch $69.95
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Zhi White Blueberry is crafted exclusively from our superior grade Chinese White Bai Mudan blended with blueberries, blue cornflowers, and botanical blueberry extract.

This sensational tea is not only chock-full of antioxidants but totally delivers in the taste department. Rather than covering the delicate body of the tea itself, our blend merely enhances and reveals even more of the natural qualities of the tea.

Indulge, revitalize, relax. Pure goodness from Zhi.

This tea can be resteeped at least twice with superb results!

2.0 oz Pouch $13.95 - 30 servings 47¢ per cup | 1.7 oz Tin $15.95 - 26 servings 63¢ per cup

Subsequent steeps - Free!

Customer Reviews

  1. April 4, 2013 Review by Deborah

    I drink my tea hot, but this tea tasted great both hot and cold. The smooth blueberry flavor is distinct but allows the flavor of the white tea to come through as well. There also seemed to be a very subtle creamy taste to the tea, perhaps created by the white tea.

  2. February 28, 2013 Review by Angelique

    Blueberry Bliss! I love this tea. I gave up sodas and sweets so a cup of this tea with a teaspoon of organic can sugar makes me feel like I'm cheating. It's good hot or cold, but my favorite way to drink White Blueberry is at room temperature.

  3. December 16, 2011 Review by Beth

    Very light flavor. I enjoy the fragrance but prefer the white pomegranate. My sister would say that this is her favorite Zhi Tea. The white blueberry tea does have a lovely natural smooth flavor. To each her own.

  4. April 18, 2011 Review by Jessica

    This tea has a very light smell and delicate taste of bluberries. Not too overpowering or fragrant like other flavored teas. Definitely my favorite white tea.

  5. March 15, 2010 Review by Stephen

    This tea exactly what I wanted. I like to eat the white buds from the steepings while I drink it, but that might just be me...

  6. January 4, 2010 Review by Invisoclam

    Much like the reviewer fontsnob , I too usually avoid "flavored teas" especially when ti comes to White Teas, however this as well as some of Zhia other flavored Teas are balanced just right and have nothing artificial or overpowering about them.
    Nice subtle Blueberry taste that does not overpower the flavor of the White Tea Base.
    I recommend steeping white teas for 7 minutes though and just make sure the water never boils.

  7. August 30, 2009 Review by fontsnob

    I usually avoid "flavored" teas as most are predominantly artificial tasting and end up leaving unusual aftertastes behind. This is not the case here. Zhi's Blueberry White is a perfect balance of clean, delicate white tea accented by real blueberry. Served over ice, it's perfect for summer. The resulting beverage is delicious, with a great aroma and nice clarity. Avoid the temptation to add sweeteners, they'll overwhelm the cup, just kick back and soak up the natural goodness of this outstanding tea.

  8. May 11, 2009 Review by Kurt

    Very good, if a bit subtle for my every day tastes.

  9. April 26, 2009 Review by Stephen

    Holy cow! This is phenomenal tea. I have never had a white tea that is so flavorful and the blueberry flavor is PERFECT.

  10. March 13, 2009 Review by Hannah

    The best white tea I have ever had!

  11. February 6, 2009 Review by jeff

    Not really my favorited, but I don't like blueberries.

  12. January 31, 2009 Review by Terri

    Incredible, if a little mild for my tastes

  13. January 26, 2009 Review by Terry J.

    The best by far.

  14. January 7, 2009 Review by Melanie

    Very, very nice. Well rounded, clean finish, complex and friendly tea.

  15. December 4, 2008 Review by Joe S.

    Very good tea. I didn't think I would like white teas. I was wrong.

  16. November 4, 2008 Review by Rosa

    Remarkable! I love this. Thank you!

  17. October 13, 2008 Review by Lili

    Wow. DO you guys make any tea that isn't phenomenal?

  18. October 6, 2008 Review by Glenda

    We are grateful for the gift of this tea which came in a lovely oval canister. It is beautiful, smells heavenly, and makes a gorgeous golden cup of satisfying tea.

  19. August 25, 2008 Review by jacquelyn

    Not bad at all for 35 cents a cup. Wow. and this is fantastic iced by the way. I just steeped it as per the instructions, chilled in fridge and then poured over ice with a little organic sugar.

  20. July 22, 2008 Review by Tom

    We are loving this tea in Boston They don’t have selection like this at the grocer. Cheers!

  21. June 23, 2008 Review by Brent

    The absolutely perfect white tea for a summer iced tea. Crisp amd refreshing and addicting.

  22. June 8, 2008 Review by felicia

    A very good, full flavoured bai mudan white tea with a perfect amount of blueberry.

  23. June 1, 2008 Review by chad q.

    A great, great white flavored tea highly recommended

  24. May 9, 2008 Review by Beth

    Organic and Fair trade and amazing. Need I say more?

  25. April 26, 2008 Review by Mike F.

    Good tea. Need to add a lot of leaves.

  26. March 8, 2008 Review by Rose M.

    Goes well with a meal of seafood.

  27. January 4, 2008 Review by Collen P.

    Classy tea! And the presentation of the label simply beautiful

  28. December 31, 2007 Review by Laura

    Happy New Year! Thank you Zhi Teas for the indescribably delicious white blueberry tea.

  29. November 4, 2007 Review by Craig

    Awesome! We normally don't like flavored tea because it unatural but Real blueberries!

  30. October 18, 2007 Review by Karen


  31. October 4, 2007 Review by Darryl K.

    I admit I was skeptical when my wife busted this out. No more. It is so flavorful and fresh with a great lasting taste. Amazing.

  32. August 21, 2007 Review by Melinda V.

    The addition of real blueberries (whole) makes this white tea really stand out.

  33. July 31, 2007 Review by Jennifer

    I like it, but it isn't my favorite....I prefer the White Pomegranate.

Hint: Use more leaves for a stronger, more satisfying taste.

Water: 195°F | Leaves: 1 Tbsp per 12 ounce cup | Infusion Time: 3-4 minutes

Basic Steeping Tips
- Use filtered or spring water, whenever possible
- Don’t overboil water
- Remove leaves after recommended time (adjust to taste)
- If you want stronger tea, use more leaves instead of steeping for a longer time
Leaves can be re-steeped 2-3 times resulting in various flavor differences. Don’t throw out those leaves until they have given it all up!
White tea is sun dried and contains a high amount of antioxidants. Low in caffeine. Heart healthy and has known cancer halting properties.
The base for our White Blueberry is the White Peony tea, also known as Bai Mudan and Pai Mutan. Hailing from the Fuding Country in Fujian Province, the White Peony tea is one of the top ten most famous teas in China. White Peony is made from the buds and leaves of the great white tea plant, leftover after the Silver Needle white tea has been harvested. The leaves are left to dry naturally in the sun and then baked for a short period of time to bring out all the flavor.

Like a flower, the silvery bud is enfolded by green leaves. When steeped, the green leaves unfold and become resembling of a blossoming peony flower, hence the name “White Peony Tea”.

Legend has it that the White Peony tea was discovered by a prefecture chief named Mao Yi during the Han Dynasty. He was an honest man who was disgusted by the corruption around him, so he quit his job and moved to a remote mountain to live with his mother in reclusion. During the harsh winter, Mao Yi’s mother fell sick. Thus, Mao Yi began his search far and wide to find a medicine to cure his mother. One night, a grey-headed immortal came to him in a dream and disclosed that his mother’s illness could be cured by a carp boiled with a new type of tea. Mao Yi broke the ice of the lake to jump in and catch a carp. However, he was stumbled as to how he was going to find a new tea, especially in the winter. Suddenly, 18 peonies in front of him turned into tea plants, with buds coming out like white peonies. Mao Yi picked the buds, headed home and cooked them with the carp. With this concoction, his mother was healed.

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