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Ontario Icewine

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Ontario Icewine is a sumptuous after-dinner dessert tea that combines the delicate sweetness of Pai Mu Tan white tea with the rich, grapey character of ice wine. This luxurious blend showcases light Riesling and berry notes, creating a smooth and silky tea experience that is both indulgent and refined.

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Ice wine is a unique and exquisite dessert wine made from grapes that have been frozen while still on the vine. The freezing process concentrates the sugars and the flavors, resulting in a wine that is intensely sweet and flavorful. Ontario, Canada, is particularly renowned for its ice wine production, thanks to its cold winters and ideal grape-growing conditions.

Pai Mu Tan, or Bai Mudan, is a prized Chinese white tea made from the delicate buds and young leaves of the tea plant. Its natural sweetness and subtle floral notes provide an excellent foundation for the rich flavors of ice wine, currants, and cornflower petals in this blend, offering a harmonious and satisfying cup of tea that is perfect for sipping after a meal or as a special treat.

Brewing Instructions:

Bring filtered or spring water to 180°F. Add 1.5 tsp of tea leaves to an 8oz cup. Pour boiling water over the tea leaves and let steep 4 minutes.

Ingredients:

  • White tea, currants, cornflower petals, ontario ice wine (no alcohol), natural organic compliant flavors

Origin:

The white tea comes from Fu-ding, Fujian Province, China

Ontario Icewine is a sumptuous after-dinner dessert tea that combines the delicate sweetness of Pai Mu Tan white tea with the rich, grapey character of ice wine. This luxurious blend showcases light Riesling and berry notes, creating a smooth and silky tea experience that is both indulgent and refined.

Extra Info:

Ice wine is a unique and exquisite dessert wine made from grapes that have been frozen while still on the vine. The freezing process concentrates the sugars and the flavors, resulting in a wine that is intensely sweet and flavorful. Ontario, Canada, is particularly renowned for its ice wine production, thanks to its cold winters and ideal grape-growing conditions.

Pai Mu Tan, or Bai Mudan, is a prized Chinese white tea made from the delicate buds and young leaves of the tea plant. Its natural sweetness and subtle floral notes provide an excellent foundation for the rich flavors of ice wine, currants, and cornflower petals in this blend, offering a harmonious and satisfying cup of tea that is perfect for sipping after a meal or as a special treat.

Brewing Instructions:

Bring filtered or spring water to 180°F. Add 1.5 tsp of tea leaves to an 8oz cup. Pour boiling water over the tea leaves and let steep 4 minutes.

Ingredients:

  • White tea, currants, cornflower petals, ontario ice wine (no alcohol), natural organic compliant flavors
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Origin:

The white tea comes from Fu-ding, Fujian Province, China

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I had never had ice wine and was a bit skeptical, but this tea is amazing. I can't get enough of it! Delicate flavor that goes with everything.

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5 Stars

This might be my top tea. The flavor is so... its hard to describe, its mild but complex at the same time. I never tire of this one, it tastes like winter just before spring (a real winter, not a NM one...). I'm not sure how to describe it but its fantastic. King of the fruity green/white teas for me.

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5 Stars

With a slight perfume, this grape (and I do mean grape) tinged white tea has a scent and flavour to rival them all. A heavy brew unleashes light grassy notes with a flowering burst of grape skin and sweetness. Like a tea infused with a sweet pinot grigio. You'd swear you're standing over a plate of cut fruit or sipping a warm moscato.

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4 Stars

Sampling this, I was very impressed with the flavor. I'm not usually a fan of white teas by any stretch of the imagination, but Ontario Ice Wine is quite the exception. It truly tastes like ice wine, and the flavor bursts forth beautifully. It's expensive, but I will probably be buying a big canister of this stuff to keep in my cupboard. It's that good.

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5 Stars

This was one of the least favorite teas I've ever tried. Too perfumey for my taste. BUT, I salvaged it by mixing with an apricot green and a pure green and it worked fine.

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1 Stars

This is perhaps my favorite white tea. I'm usually not a fan of flavored teas -- normally I'm more of a silver needle kind of girl. But the icewine is light and refreshing without being cloying or overdone, and the smell is just enticing.

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5 Stars

Of all the tea I do consume the "Ontario Icewine" is by far one of my favorites.. I usually make an entire tea pot, so I can have it on ice later on in the day.. Yum and very floral...

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5 Stars
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