Jasmine Peach Bai Mudan

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185 °F / 85 °C 3 min, 30 sec

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  • “Even Samovar says that this tea is sweet. Yeah, it is. It’s like a Kasugi peach gummy (http://amzn.to/d6o1Bh) but all grown up. It’s not as sweet and it has a bit more depth to it than the...” Read full tasting note
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  • “What a pleasant and soft tea. Upon opening the tin, the peach flavor was overpowering. So I thought. hmm, is this going to taste like some icky, peachy Jolly Rancher? Suprisingly, when brewed,...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Rawr! This is my kind of tea! I kind of wish I would have ordered this tea in a large tin instead of the osmanthus silver needle one, oh well! Anyways this tea is a strong/bold white tea with a...” Read full tasting note
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    shae050 132 tasting notes
  • “This reminds me a lot of the Peach Blossom tea that I had last night with the exception of the osmanthus... which helps bring out the peach flavors even more. The citrus tones are very delicate...” Read full tasting note
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From Samovar

Origin: Organic white tea, organic osthmanthus flowers, organic jasmine flowers, natural peach flavor and natural essential oils of orange and tangerine blended in the U.S.

Flavor Profile: Consummately floral, with notes of fresh citrus, white peach, white pepper, toasted amaranth and a trace of fresh blueberries.

Tea Story: This fragrant and flavorful twist on the classic leaf-and-bud white tea is a beguilingly sweet breakfast or dessert tea. A super-perfumey nose, decadently fruity facets and a bubble-gum-sweet finish recall a really big, full California chardonnay, and a cooling finish provides a mouth-feel reminiscent of fresh mint. Unlike most flavored white teas, this one is organic and totally natural; its bounteous flavors come from a skillful, summery blend of organic white tea, osmanthus blossoms, jasmine flowers and natural peach, orange and tangerine essences.

Samovarian Poetry: Profusely perfumed. Fantastically floral. Saturated with stonefruit. Decadently delicious.

Food Pairings: For breakfast, pair Jasmine Peach Bai Mudan with salted-butter-topped oatmeal pancakes, Samovar’s ginger-quinoa waffles or Camembert on a toasted baguette. For dessert, partner it with white chocolate mousse, panna cotta or white-wine-poached pears with cinnamon mascarpone.

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8 Tasting Notes

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Even Samovar says that this tea is sweet. Yeah, it is. It’s like a Kasugi peach gummy (http://amzn.to/d6o1Bh) but all grown up. It’s not as sweet and it has a bit more depth to it than the gummy, though – there is a gentle softness (I’m thinking from the jasmine and osthmanthus flowers) and a little tingle of crisp, tingly freshness (I’m thinking from the orange and tangerine). There’s a darker, more savory note of the white tea hiding underneath but the predominant flavor is fruity sweetness. The strong fruitiness of it makes me think a little of an herbal fruit tisane but, just as in the case of the peach gummy, grown up and toned down. Herbal teas usually make me think of Kool-Aid and while this still has a strong fruit flavor, it doesn’t even begin to skirt Kool-Aid territory.

I can taste the floral notes and the tea itself a bit more in the second steep (4 minutes) but it’s still sweet and fruity and clean. And peachy. This is definitely not a tea for those that dislike fruity teas. But personally, I am really enjoying having something so obviously fruity but not sickeningly sweet. I could definitely see myself buying a tin of this.

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195 °F / 90 °C 3 min, 0 sec
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browsing other Kasugi products Mmm, those gummies look so good…I think I tried the apple kind once, although it could be another company.

Auggy

They are seriously awesome. The Muscat ones were always my favorite.

Stephanie

I love the Lychee gummies—they actually taste juicy! Walgreens sells them here.

Auggy

Oooh, I haven’t had the Lychee ones. I did have the Pineapple ones and that was the only flavor I wasn’t really sold on. The Muscat, Peach and Strawberry were all yum. And rock on Walgreens!

S

I just bought a sample of a new perfume that totally reminds me of this post…it’s Tokyo Milk’s Kabuki, and is supposed to smell like “sugared grapefruit, lychee, and sweet jasmine,” and all I can think is “Kasugai gummies!” hehe

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What a pleasant and soft tea. Upon opening the tin, the peach flavor was overpowering. So I thought. hmm, is this going to taste like some icky, peachy Jolly Rancher? Suprisingly, when brewed, both the peach and jasmine flavors are subtle and “synergize” into something quite nice.

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Ricky

Is this tea new?!? Samovar and their surprises.

Lori

I think it is new…..

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Rawr! This is my kind of tea! I kind of wish I would have ordered this tea in a large tin instead of the osmanthus silver needle one, oh well! Anyways this tea is a strong/bold white tea with a natural juicy peach taste… and of course jasmine! I often mix a peach tea with my jasmine pearls, but this tea tops any blend I have had before. This tea has depth and isn’t overly powerful on any of the flavors. They all compliment each other perfectly… and this tea resteeps well! Ahhhhhhh this is nice, too bad I don’t have anymore :-(

Ricky

I wish I picked up a tin of this instead of plain bai mudan!

-Jessica-

Awwww I’m sorry! I hate it when that happens, boo! :-(

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This reminds me a lot of the Peach Blossom tea that I had last night with the exception of the osmanthus… which helps bring out the peach flavors even more. The citrus tones are very delicate but offer a nice tangy note to the cup. The white tea is a very soft taste.

A really lovely tea.

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My 2nd day trying this tea, and I’m still a little disappointed by it. Maybe it’s too subtle for my tastebuds? I love the standard Bai Mudan from Samovar, but I really feel like the peach doesn’t add much at all to it and I find the flavor very weak. Even in the second cup, which I brewed for longer at a higher temperature I probably wouldn’t identify the peach if I didn’t know what it was.

Next time I’ll try adding more tea (maybe one heaping table spoon isn’t enough?), but I doubt I will buy this tea again.

Preparation
185 °F / 85 °C 5 min, 0 sec

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