This smelled like a Peach Champagne today…lovely. Probably my last cup of the workday. YAY!
“I loves me some tastey peach Wuyi oolong tea. :D <3” Read full tasting note
“Well, I notice my last tasting note says three years ago. Have I been here that long? Oh, and holy cow is this bag that old? sip sip, Uhmm why yes, yes, it is. I loved this when it was fresh. Not...” Read full tasting note
“I ripped open the bag and was blasted with a sunshine-y whiff of juicy peach. YUM! Once brewed, the peachy bliss scent lingered for a spell but then faded like a...” Read full tasting note
“TTB Tea #2 1 bag (2.22g)/6oz purified water served hot and neat. I originally set the timer for 5 min (they suggest 3-5), but by 3 min the liquor was a...” Read full tasting note
Oolong is between black and green tea in taste and color. The best oolong tea in the world gros in the mists and fertile ground of the Wuyi Mountains of China’s Fujian Province. Our luscious White Peach Oolong blends this remarkable tea with ripe, juicy, 100% natural peach flavor — truly a delight for the senses. Savor our White Peach Oolong — it’s like an afternoon on the porch.
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Meh. The tea itself is okay, but the peach is a bit candy-like and is perhaps a bit overwhelming. I also smoke hookahs, and this reminds me A LOT of your typical peach sheesha. I broke open a bag and remembered why I don’t like stash…. looks like 3/8th cut grass, 5/8th dust. I see a few people commenting about the peach scent diminishing, and this is correct- perhaps a 60 second aroma. It’s not a bad tea though, and I think that if you are a fan of those fruity teas then you’ll probably like this.
TL;DR: I am going to finish the box. I will never buy this tea again.
The peach aroma was quite strong when I opened the bag. Without milk or sugar, the oolong taste is dominant, and the peach flavor is missing or very subtle. Adding the milk and sugar, the oolong flavor gets lost, and the peach dominates. The peach is a nice flavor, but I don’t think it meshes with the oolong tea very well. The flavor improved when cold – I think it might be good as an iced tea.
My first adventure with hot peach tea was an herbal that was far too peachy for me, or my peach loving relatives. I picked up this one in hopes some oolong would help balance it, and I prefer a white peach over a yellow one any day.
The steep time for this in the instructions was a lot longer than I expected—up to 8 minutes. That makes me happy because that’s usually how long it takes me to drink the cup. ^^
The peach in this is pretty strong (a bit of citrus shows up the longer you steep this), but like I hoped, the oolong tames it down. Now, that doesn’t mean I can out-rightly identify where the oolong is hiding, but I have faith I like this tea because of it’s influence somewhere in this flavor profile. For those expecting an oolong-tasting tea, this is not the tea for you. However, if you’re after a peach flavor that doesn’t make your ears tingle, I give a thumbs up.
Flavors: Citrus, Peach