Lychee Garden Peach White Tea

Tea type
Fruit Green White Blend
Ingredients
Apricot Pieces, Candied Pinapple, Darjeeling Tea, Gunpowder, Jasmine, Mango, Natural Flavours, Orange Peels, Red Currant, Sencha, Sour Cherry, Strawberry, White Tea
Flavors
Fruity, Cactus Flowers, Cream, Lychee, Pineapple, Vegetal, Peach, Apricot, Black Currant, Hay, Sweet, Tart
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Average preparation
180 °F / 82 °C 2 min, 0 sec 7 oz / 221 ml

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The lychee fruit is rich in history and is said to have first become popular during the Tang Dynasty. Emperor Li Longji loved lychees so much that he would have the Imperial messenger service use its fastest horses when delivering them to him at the capital. Since lychees were only grown in southern China, the riders would take shifts (day and night, in a pony express manner) in order to deliver the freshest lychees to him. This magical combination of eight different types of tea leaves, mango, pineapple, oranges, strawberries, red currants, sour cherry bits and apricot pieces will leave you wanting more!

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HGTTB

This smells so fruity! Juicy, fresh, and potent. It tastes just like it smells. I’m impressed that that this is as flavorful as it is. That said, I was pretty sure there was some extra sugar it here, so I looked at the ingredients, Candied fruit. That explains it. I honestly can’t figure out exactly which fruits I’m tasting here, but I like it. I think Peach mostly, but every time I think I’ve picked something out, I pick up something else. I actually really like that there’s different things going on here. I’m drinking it hot, but I bet this would be great iced. The fruit really lingers in the after taste as well. I’m tasting it long after I finished the last sip. The base, or bases, in this case, barely make themselves known, while I thought I could smell the green, I’ve lost it in fruit world! Really glad that I got to finish this one off!
I managed to get a good second steep out of it too. Bonus!

(PS: I had curried fruit with ham for supper, so this was absolutely perfect for after. Love when things work out that way!)

Flavors: Fruity

Preparation
190 °F / 87 °C 2 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML

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With the day that I’ve had, I needed something smooth to start out with. I picked this solely because it had white tea. I looked at this tea a little more and noticed the ingredients on it. It’s simply amazing the technology we have now days to actually put fog into a tea, hahah. I brewed western with a small amount. I caught the immediate tone of a smoky peach. This aroma reminded me of a peach hookah. The flavor of this brew is very diverse. It starts with a distinct peach flavor and then slows into pineapple. After the initial first sip I began to taste lychee and sweet desert herbs. Afterwards, I am left with the aftertaste of cacti and vegetal. I enjoyed this brew and with the bouquet of flavors I thought it be relaxing.

Flavors: Cactus Flowers, Cream, Lychee, Pineapple, Vegetal

Preparation
180 °F / 82 °C 2 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 6 OZ / 177 ML

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When I first read their ingredient list for this tea I thought it was a joke. I still kinda do. Fog? What is that supposed to be? They have a crazy mix of stuff but it works well. It reminds me a bit of peach but the apricot bits don’t make me think peach. Also not tasting much Lychee. This is quite good warm but I am enjoying it more luke warm.

Preparation
2 min, 0 sec 1 tsp

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Hidden Gems TTB #10

This tea smells like a basket of juicy fruit and the flavor is almost as good as the scent! Peach is the strongest flavor, but I definitely notice the lychee too and maybe a hint of apricot as well? The base is very smooth and just slightly vegetal, as if a few leaves got mixed in with your fruit salad.

Flavors: Lychee, Peach, Vegetal

Preparation
175 °F / 79 °C 2 min, 30 sec 1 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML
M

This sounds lovely.

Inkling

It is quite nice!

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875 tasting notes

This smells incredible – lots of really juicy, fresh peach and lychee. The dry leaf is also very pretty, with lots of different tea leaf colours and shapes and an assortment of fruits.

Steeped 2tsp for 2 min in 80C water. This is quite sweet and has a fairly natural peach flavour to it, though not quite as fresh and juicy as the dry leaf fragrance. There’s a bit of lychee, apricot and currant, though they’re subtle next to the peach.

The base tea is there but not distinctive, which is a little unfortunate, since there’s such an interesting blend of green and white teas in this. Maybe a touch of hay and vegetal. I can tell that there’s white tea, but that’s about it.

Overall a very tasty cup. I think I’m hard to please when it comes to peach teas, but I also feel like that’s okay :P

Flavors: Apricot, Black Currant, Hay, Lychee, Peach, Sweet, Tart, Vegetal

Preparation
180 °F / 82 °C 2 min, 0 sec 2 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML

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