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Imperial White Peach White Tea

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Fruit White Blend
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190 °F / 87 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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  • “Dry, this tea smells faintly of peaches, but when you start steeping it, it has a deeelicious light peach scent. Before adding honey, while it's still quite hot, it tastes faintly of peaches...” Read full tasting note
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    SupremeMongoose 35 tasting notes
  • “This is probably my favorite white tea from a tea bag. The peach flavour is pleasant, but doesn't completely overwhelm the tea. I regularly make a very pleasant 'iced tea' by just tossing a...” Read full tasting note
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    wjbaird 10 tasting notes
  • “I've been drinking this again all week at work. Today the water was too hot and I got more of a green tea flavor (but not boiled green tea) with some peach notes. Still, it was not bitter. The...” Read full tasting note
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    teamax 50 tasting notes
  • “The flavor is mild, similar to most white teas that I've tasted. As it cools a bit though, the peach flavor comes through very nicely with no over-steeped sensation. It smells great, and I like the...” Read full tasting note
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    dragonwell 17 tasting notes

From Celestial Seasonings

“Harvested in early springtime in the mountains of eastern China, the leaves of our Bai Mu Dan white tea are gently air-dried to retain their subtle sweetness and delicate, just-picked flavor. The orchard-fresh taste of luscious white peaches (which are sweeter than their yellow cousins) adds a sunny, spring-like essence to a cup worthy of your imperial attention.”
— Charlie Baden, Celestial Seasonings Blendmaster Since 1975

Ingredients: White tea, orange peel, natural white peach flavor with other natural flavors (contains soy lecithin) and peaches.

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35 tasting notes

Dry, this tea smells faintly of peaches, but when you start steeping it, it has a deeelicious light peach scent.

Before adding honey, while it’s still quite hot, it tastes faintly of peaches and white tea. The flavor in this tea definitely comes out more when you let it cool for a little bit. After it cooled down (but before I added my usual honey), I tasted it again – it has a very nice, delicate white tea and peach flavor. I added a little honey, which brought the peach flavor out a bit more.

Very nice for bagged white tea!

Preparation
195 °F / 90 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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10 tasting notes

This is probably my favorite white tea from a tea bag. The peach flavour is pleasant, but doesn’t completely overwhelm the tea.

I regularly make a very pleasant ‘iced tea’ by just tossing a bag of this into a water bottle – if you let it ‘cold steep’ for 30m or so, it’s quite yummy.

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I’ve been drinking this again all week at work. Today the water was too hot and I got more of a green tea flavor (but not boiled green tea) with some peach notes. Still, it was not bitter. The hotter water did something to change the peach flavors, too, making them taste more “stewed,” which makes sense. There was nothing delicate about this cup. I don’t know how hot the water was, but I definitely prefer it when steeped in 165F water.

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17 tasting notes

The flavor is mild, similar to most white teas that I’ve tasted. As it cools a bit though, the peach flavor comes through very nicely with no over-steeped sensation. It smells great, and I like the blend of flavors very much, as I can imagine peach, pineapple, and floral notes. It just takes a while to get there; for the first few minutes it tastes like hot water.

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 15 sec

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417 tasting notes

This is in a teabag. Bai mudan white tea with white peaches. This mainly smells like peach. I steeped the teabag for a couple of minutes. This brewed up white. The taste a nice white tea with a medium peach taste. This I’s pretty good. This has alot of caffiene though.

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This is nice and sweet enough by itself to be drunk straight up. Needs to steep a while to get a full flavor.

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