This was actually not too bad, if on the artificial side. Might be better iced?
“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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1 part White Peach to 1 part Wild Strawberry was my pitcher of iced for yesterday and this morning. Yum. Lightly sweet and fruity without needing any sweetener, and definitely refreshing. I don’t officially have this one in my cupboard, because I usually blend it for iced tea. I blended by weight, and needed to break up the hibiscus in the Wild Strawberry a little.
My first purchase from Adagio. I love their packaging, service, speed of delivery… very professional setup there. Solid website too.
This tea was very nice, the leaf size is huge but the 1.5oz pack just exactly fits in their tins. The flavour is mild but very tasty, the smell is nice and peachy and the flavour is not overcome by the fruit. A great combo of flavours, and you can really taste the quality of the underlying tea.
It’s not quite as epic as the Melon White Tea from Lupicia, but it’s $8 rather than $13 so at about 60% of the price, it’s definitely worth keeping in your cupboard as it’s a pretty darn solid contender for awesome.
This is my first experience with loose teas, and I have to say, I am a bit underwhelmed by this tea. It is certainly drinkable, sure, and I do make several cups every day. However, I am not impressed with the peach flavor, and I do not particularly enjoy the peachy ‘aroma’, which is quite strong. Perhaps next time, I will try just a straight white tea.
I usually steep this tea twice: the first steep at 5 minutes, and the second steep at 7 minutes. I find the second steep much more pleasant. Of course, your mileage may vary.
I was very pleased with the aroma of the leaves- a lovely, unmistakable peach. Good start! Once steeped, the (dark!) golden liquor revealed some interesting floral notes. As soon as I began to sip, some of that specialness began to dissipate. To me it tasted very similar to the other Adagio whites, and I was hoping for more distinct peachiness. The peach flavor came as more of an afterthought.