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Black Fruit Blend
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Flavors
Peach
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Boiling 3 min, 45 sec 8 oz / 236 ml

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  • “Nope. That's really all, just nope. I made it hot this morning, it was horrible. I thought, well since the peach oolong is better chilled, maybe it's the peach flavoring they use? Maybe it'd...” Read full tasting note
    pandamanda 1195 tasting notes
  • “Sunday Sipdown #3 Super stoked! I think I've cracked the case of Adagio black teas! Thanks everyone for your advice... I put less tea leaves than I normally put in this cup, then only steeped...” Read full tasting note
    MadelineAlyce 59 tasting notes
  • “Coldbrew sipdown (323/305) This is a decent tea. it's not great, it's not awful, it's not a must have, but it's not something I mind drinking, either. It's a peachy black, but with nothing special...” Read full tasting note
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    ladykittykat 1196 tasting notes
  • “A good little tea. The peach flavor presents nicely to the nose and tongue. This is the best of the Orchard Sampler. It was pleasant enough hot, but cold is where it really shines. Especially since...” Read full tasting note
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    Karla 51 tasting notes

From Adagio Teas

In the famous poem ‘The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock’, T.S. Eliot wrote, ‘do I dare to eat a peach?’ The literary-minded folks at Adagio have taken it upon themselves to provide Mr. Eliot with an answer: no need to eat one. Just steep a cup of the premium Ceylon black tea flavored with sweet peaches. Please, be a peach. Give this tea a try.

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.

16 Tasting Notes

1195 tasting notes

Nope.

That’s really all, just nope.

I made it hot this morning, it was horrible. I thought, well since the peach oolong is better chilled, maybe it’s the peach flavoring they use? Maybe it’d be better chilled too?

Nope.

In this case, it’s not a problem at all with the Adagio Ceylon for once, it’s how horrid this peach flavoring is. Maybe I’m spoiled in the peach state (that doesn’t even produce the most peaches, shhhh) since all the other notes on this tea are rather positive.

Hey, at least it was a free sample.

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Sunday Sipdown #3

Super stoked! I think I’ve cracked the case of Adagio black teas! Thanks everyone for your advice…

I put less tea leaves than I normally put in this cup, then only steeped it for 1:30, and THEN put just a TAD of rock sugar in it to try to cancel out some of the bitterness and Gasp it is officially drinkable!

Excited now to go back and drink my 24 teas I got over the last year that I couldn’t stomach when they were super bitter! Yay!

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1196 tasting notes

Coldbrew sipdown (323/305)

This is a decent tea. it’s not great, it’s not awful, it’s not a must have, but it’s not something I mind drinking, either. It’s a peachy black, but with nothing special about it. It’s just…there. If you’re in the States, it’s fairly good for a peachy black, but here in Canada there are other teas I have better access to than this one.

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A good little tea. The peach flavor presents nicely to the nose and tongue. This is the best of the Orchard Sampler. It was pleasant enough hot, but cold is where it really shines. Especially since it is 97 degrees at the moment. ;o)

Preparation
Boiling 3 min, 0 sec

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23 tasting notes

I like this one…I can not be sure if their tea was of high quality but it did just fine with the peach flavor.
Their flavor was more natural than many other peach teas I have had. The tea also had full body (ofcourse! what else can I expect from a Ceylon?) which was good…and the shiny orange peach bits made me happy :)

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558 tasting notes

This tea is great iced! I cold brewed this overnight in my french press and poured it this morning. Before cold brewing, I awakened the leaves with a quick 20 second steep. This really let the flavor unfurl overnight.

Back to the tea, this tea tastes like the traditional black iced tea I’ve had at tea shops prior. I’m not sure it tastes like true, fresh peaches, but it tastes just like how I enjoy my peach iced tea. No added sugar needed. I may try blending it with another ceylon based flavor tea such as raspberry or ginseng, for more flavor.

Erin

Glad you enjoyed it! It would taste really good with raspberry!

Meghann M

I didn’t have raspberry tea, but added 2 pumps Torani sugar free raspberry to the rest of the iced tea and man oh man was this AMAZING. I think I need to buy a tin of Peach. I’m way into iced tea now that the sun has been shining and it’s in the 40s here!

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349 tasting notes

I narrowly escaped scalding my arm and breaking my favorite tea cup/strainer due to my morning clumsiness. Anyway, I think the dry leaf smells just the way it tastes, so I will get right into it. I’m really liking the juicy peach taste but I think that this tea should be called peach & apricot because the apricot flavor was pretty strong as well. I actually couldn’t put my finger on that taste until I read the ingredients. Now that I know it’s supposed to be apricot, it tastes better to me somehow, haha. The flavors do verge on the artificial side, but I like that it’s sweet enough to drink without adding sugar or anything else.

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141 tasting notes

I went on a rampage and ordered a bunch of samples from Adagio awhile ago. Most of them were straight/flavoured black teas, which I decided to try because I wanted to “develop” my palate. Sadly, I am finding that black teas don’t excite my life like oolongs do, so I have a LOT of black samples to tear through whether I like it or not.

This peach flavoured black tea is decent, and smells identical to fuzzy peaches candy. Definitely an artifical peach flavour and scent, but it doesn’t taste like it’s been sprayed with chemicals, so I’ll happily drink this with few complaints. It’s a little bland without sweetner, and I’m not sure how this is going to re-steep. I imagine this would be great iced.

Preparation
Boiling 3 min, 30 sec

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30 tasting notes

I received this tea awhile back as a sample, and since it came as a sachet, I made it pretty promptly. (Sometimes it is all about ease and convenience, no joke!) It was pretty delicious, but ultimately still unforgettable. I mean. I never get the urge to buy it — and I only just now remembered I had tried it, because I read over an old text message I set a friend after I brewed it.

Preparation
Boiling 4 min, 0 sec

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29 tasting notes

new shipment in this rainy, dreary morning and I’m still stuffed from Mother’s Day brisket. As such, I was going to bypass lunch and get a cup of tea. Been wanting to try some new flavors and peach was one of them. This is EXCELLENT. It has a soft first reaction, then, after you take it in the peach tartness really kicks in. It’s a nice little flava adventure I’ll be taking. Plus, I forgot it was raining.

Preparation
195 °F / 90 °C 5 min, 15 sec

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