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Snow Maple

Snow Maple

Snow Maple
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Delicate but aromatic and deliciously sweet white tea blend

Ingredients: Organic White Tea (Camelia Sinensis), organic cornflowers, organic safflower petals, natural essences

25g (8-15 cups of tea)
$4.95
100g (35-65 cups of tea)
$14.95
500g (165-300 cups of tea)
$65.95
2kg (670-1300 cups of tea)
$225.95

Instructions

  • Serving Size: 1.5g /cup
  • Steeping Temp: 88°C
  • Steeping Time: 3 min mins.
  • Certification: Organic
  • Origin: Shanti Blend
  • Caffeine: Light

Snow Maple

The light and floral notes of white tea and flower petals combine perfectly with maple flavour. Delectable and sophisticated tea.

Story, Folklore, History...

A winter tradition for Ottawa residents, sugar bush season! The silver lining to the cold winter months and a great introduction to spring. It is a chance to see the production of pure Canadian maple syrup and enjoy the many delicious uses. Possibly the most memerable part of joining in is the taffy in the snow where children (and people of all ages) get some warm maple syrup to pour into the snow and make their own snow maple taffy.

Tasting Notes

Certification: Organic
Grade or Quality: Leaf
Aroma: Maple
Infusion Aroma: Maple, slightly floral
Infusion Color: Amber
Base flavor: Maple
Infusion Strength: Light

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A lovely delicate white tea with hints of sweet maple! Very unique and tastes amazing!

Submitted by kristah19
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My customers love the snow maple.  I also find it really tasty.  It’s naturally lightly sweet, so have a little taste before you add any sugar/sweetener—you may find you don’t need it!

Submitted by FOHTY
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SO Unique.
nice flavour and aroma
light and delicate
very canadian!

Submitted by Tea man
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Perfect to warm you up on a cold Canadian winter day!

Submitted by HushTea
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Love it!
extremely delicate tea with nice hints of maple

Submitted by Tea man
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This tea has such a nice authentic maple flavour!
I’m from Quebec and it’s a sweet reminder of my home. It’s also very popular with my clients who are from the Canadian Prairies!

Submitted by Kalaane
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Excellent tea with a perfect hint of maple…perfect for cold nights while reading a book

Submitted by perkscoffee
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Great tea. I love the hint of maple.

Submitted by carrielee
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Really enjoy this tea- thanks!

Submitted by mart
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I love the taste of the maple together with the white tea.

Submitted by Lingling
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I was at The Bean Counter in Picton and was served this just delightful tea.  As soon as I got home, I had to look up where I could buy some.  This is a clean tea with simple, fragrant notes.  A true delight. It has captured the essence of maple.

Submitted by an2172
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I purchased a sample package of Snow Maple and it is now one of my favourites. Mild sweet maple, a wonderful substitue for dessert.

Submitted by Judyone1956

From the Shanti Tea Canada Blog

What is White Tea? - by Safiya Motala

What is White Tea?

There are different varieties of tea available, but do you know what each one is? In this blog series, we will explore a different type of tea in depth. White tea is the least processed of all tea varieties, so we will start here.

All tea comes from the same plant, Camellia sinensis. Within Camellia sinensis, there are two different varieties, sinensis and assamica. Assamica is typically found in the Assam region of India, and sinensis is found in most other parts of the world where tea is grown.

So what makes tea white? Actually, very little. White tea is the closest you can get to a freshly picked leaf. It is basically a tea leaf that is dried and not processed at all.

Let us take a more in-depth look at this variety of tea.

Region:

Most white tea comes from China, although more and more tea growing regions are beginning to produce white teas. The two most popular white teas from China are Read the rest of the article on our blog.