Bite of Peach Pie Chai

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Black Chai Fruit Blend
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  • “Right now the peach & apricot trees in my garden are thinking of blooming. I have a longstanding love affair with peaches, & in the past have really loved certain peach teas. More recently I've...” Read full tasting note
    Terri HarpLady 2950 tasting notes
  • “sample Sipdown of this one :) against from terri. First off i need to say that there is something about certain adagio teas that makes me sneeze! Non stop....even if i enjoy drinking the tea, i do...” Read full tasting note
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    Silaena 4923 tasting notes
  • “First, cute name for a blend! Second, this is delicious! I smell the peach... the artificial peach scent. It is really strong, and I wish it didn't have that smell. Nonetheless, it tastes good....” Read full tasting note
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    oOTeaOo 1591 tasting notes

From Adagio Teas

Delicious peach flavor and aroma blended with the delicious spices of masala chai… smells and tastes like a freshly-baked spicy peach pie. Delicious hot with a splash of cream, or makes a refreshing peachy iced tea. Great gift to introduce someone to loose leaf teas.

Created by: Sarah Almon
Contains: peach, masala chai, mango melange

About Adagio Teas View company

Adagio Teas has become one of the most popular destinations for tea online. Its products are available online at www.adagio.com and in many gourmet and health food stores.

5 Tasting Notes

2950 tasting notes

Right now the peach & apricot trees in my garden are thinking of blooming.
I have a longstanding love affair with peaches, & in the past have really loved certain peach teas. More recently I’ve felt disillusioned with them. Several of my tea trades included every peach tea you could imagine, & some were better than others. With peach you often get a VERY artificial flavor. So I’m not as into peach tea as I used to be.

Having said that, this is actually pretty tasty! The first time I had it, I wasn’t sure how I felt about it. Today, I’m loving it. Peach, Mango, & spices. I needed something dessert like, & this is a nice treat.

My son Leif really likes this, so it’s almost gone…

Kittenna

I’m not honestly sure that I’ve had a truly delicious peach tea before, though my search has not been particularly extensive. If someone would manage to come out with a line of authentically fruit-flavoured teas, that would so be the best thing EVER

lanestew

I really liked Peach Momotaro blooming tea from Teavana. I’m a fan of white teas and peaches. I can’t say I’ve had many other peach teas though.

Ysaurella

@ Kittenna Nosy Bey (Dammann Frères) is really a good peach tea, and Mélange de Galice (Theodor) as well. Very natural teas

momo

As a peach connoisseur (i had to), none of them really ever taste as good as actual peaches. There’s this donut shop here that has the best peach black I’ve ever had and I think they added something to it to make it so amazing.

Terri HarpLady

Kittena: Agreed!
Ysaurella: Nosy Bey was quite nice!
I use to really love Art of Tea’s Peach Oolong, & I think I might still have a little of it around here somewhere, but admittedly, I’ve had it for…ahem…quite some time.

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sample Sipdown of this one :) against from terri. First off i need to say that there is something about certain adagio teas that makes me sneeze! Non stop….even if i enjoy drinking the tea, i do it while sneezing. This is not the first tea to do it to me, and likely won’t be the last. I don’t know what it is but man…SNEEEZING! lol

In terms of the tea, this one isn’t so bad. It reminds me of that sort of kick you get with ginger peach teas. It’s not an overly artificial peach tea, like so many can and are. I think the spiciness of the chai helps. I wasn’t brave enough to add milk to this to see how it held up because i was quite enjoying my giant cup of sneezing…i mean tea :)

I like this quite a bit. I’d like it even more if i could manage to type the word quite without first typing it “quiet” but that’s not going to happen tonight apparently.

Did i mention my brain is all over the place? it’s likely the sneeezing..and dreaming of #49 sigh

thanks terri!

Terri HarpLady
  1. is wonderful!
Terri HarpLady

oops….that was suppose to say #49 is wonderful, but the number sign must have made the actual number disappear?

Sil

Is still pretty funny “Terriis wonderful” uh gee toot your own horn much Terri? Lol

Terri HarpLady

Lol, I didn’t even get it!
BUT you know we performers are!

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First, cute name for a blend! Second, this is delicious! I smell the peach… the artificial peach scent. It is really strong, and I wish it didn’t have that smell. Nonetheless, it tastes good. I never thought of the idea of combining chai spices with peach and mango, but this delivered pretty well. It has a nice sweet and tart taste to it. I enjoyed the spices as I’m a big fan of chai. I added some sugar and milk, but this didn’t need the milk so much. But with the chai spices, I thought the milk would accentuate the spices more. I can’t tell if it did. Good tea overall! A great way to start my day!

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