Definitely need to steep this for the full time, or it’s not as good. The peach is a a little lighter than I was hoping, but overall not a bad tea. I also like the smell of the leaves.. mmm.. peachy!
“I think this is one of the few samples I bought from Adagio that I purchased on my last order, haha. So I made a pot of it because I was looking at peaches today but our season here is over so meh,...” Read full tasting note
“This is growing on me a bit, especially since this was the last of the sample. Can't decide whether to add this to my "to buy" list or hold off for a bit... Anyway, nice to have this after a...” Read full tasting note
“Another from "Another Travelling Tea Box?!?!" I'm underwhelmed by this one. The base is ok, light slightly buttery. The peach flavor is kind of off though. It kind of tastes like an over-ripe...” Read full tasting note
“I had popped this into the fridge to steep before I had tried Teavivre's Peach Jasmine Dragon Pearls yesterday. I'm afraid it really has ruined all other peach for me! While this isn't the worst...” Read full tasting note
This Southern gem of a fruit is combined with delicate white tea from the Fujian region of China to create a this toothsome flavor of tea. Enjoy it hot or iced, don’t blame us if you become hooked.
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Unfortunately I haven’t found a peach flavored tea that would not taste/smell artificial yet… maybe such thing doesn’t exist at all because a peach flavor is impossible to replicate… who knows.
The best thing about this tea is that while it still tastes and smells artificially like others I tried before it, it isn’t overwhelmingly artificial. It has sort of light peachy flavoring that doesn’t attack your nostrils or taste buds. It feels juicy when it’s hot. After it cools down more woody taste comes through taking the edge of the fruitiness somewhat.
It’s perfectly drinkable but not something I would keep on hand all the time.
Well hello White Peach! We are gonna be friends.
Refreshing is the key word. Light, clean and naturally peachy. The flavor is delicate and the peach taste is not artificial tasting at all. Maybe it’s just me, but I love flavored white teas iced more than hot. I’m positive that this white peach will be the bee’s knees when iced. Mmmm…can’t wait.
I’m not even sure where I got this tea from. I don’t remember ever buying it… So thank you to whoever I got it from! The aroma of this tea is sweet and peachy. It has a nice flavor. It’s very light. It has a sweet peach/apricot flavor that kind of blends with the sweetness of the white tea. It’s good but I don’t think I’d ever order it.
I had such very high hopes. I wanted something sweet and light for a bedtime tea and this seemed like a good candidate. The dry leaves are very pretty and smell like actual peaches. Quite misleading, since the actual taste of the tea is very artificial. Maybe I overbrewed, because I also found the fake peach flavor overwhelming. I can’t say much for the white tea base because I couldn’t really make it out. I tried diluting it with ice and even adding a splash of seltzer, but nothing could salvage this tea for me.
This might be improved with a shorter steep and a squeeze of lemon to add some natural sweetness while cutting the artificial taste.
Many thanks to TastyBrew for the sample.
This is another very mild white blend from Adagio. I’m not really impressed with the peach flavoring they’ve used, but it certainly isn’t the worst I’ve come across. This tea is naturally very sweet and while hot the peach flavor is pretty strong. As it cools it mellows out a bit and the peach isn’t as overwhelming. It’s still pretty artificial tasting, but not overwhelmingly so.
I did resteep this, I started out at 4 minutes for the initial steep and 5 minutes for the resteep. It managed to give me a pretty solid flavor the second time around, but it had noticibly less peach.
Took a cup of this with me while I walked to my co-op interview this morning. I don’t know what it is about this tea. Its helped me get through so many high stress situations.
As for the interview, it went okay. They aren’t taking many people, so the odds aren’t in my favor, but one can always hope. XD
You know how some websites just suck you in? Like, you’ll sit down and think “I’ll just peruse for a few minutes and then get back to the adult things I need to do.” Soon before you know it, it’s almost 2am and you wonder what your adult life has become. Is this what my 20’s are supposed to look like?
Oh well, at least I have my tea to get me through! This evening my pot of tea was not a fandom blend! I realized I had been drinking a lot of those lately and decided to go with one that was not a blend. I made 16oz of this, and had most of that pot hot, and the last little cup was cold from sitting. It was pretty darn good cold so that’s how I had the re-steep pot. With sugar. What can I say? The husband and his sweet-tea tendencies have been influencing me a lot lately. I really enjoyed it this time around. I do have another unopened sample pouch to decide whether or not this will be a re-stock.
Ok, I figured out the trick with this one. You really need to overleaf it. You think you’re adding too much? You are totally not. Once I added 4 heaping teaspoons in my 16oz mug (seriously heaping, I likely used 5 tsp really), I now don’t need to add sweetener. I can really taste the peach, it isn’t bitter and I get a very smooth, almost thick, mouth-feel. Basically everything I love about whites. Now if only I could have a variable temperature kettle at work… cause then I’d actually sip this one down at a much faster rate.