Prosperous Peach Oolong

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Fruit Oolong Blend
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185 °F / 85 °C 3 min, 30 sec

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  • “Now that my tongue is not burnt, I decided to give this another try to see if maybe it sucked and I wasn't aware. Nope. I still like it. I can't imagine having paid full price for it seeing as...” Read full tasting note
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    pandamanda 1195 tasting notes
  • “Another sample from *Amanda* (thanks!), chosen mostly because it was near the top of my giant swap box when I was brewing things up this evening. I can't recall what temperature I brewed it...” Read full tasting note
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    kittenna 2225 tasting notes
  • “I really wanted an oolong after coming home from work today. It was quiet all night and I got a lot of reading for school done (we have 30 books to read in one semester, so I'm trying to pre-read...” Read full tasting note
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    michellefeda 318 tasting notes
  • “I had such high hopes for this tea. It's not amazing. I can't really taste the peach, it really just tastes like a lighter oolong. Meh. What the previous taster said, it tastes vegetal. I don't...” Read full tasting note
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From Teavana

Handcrafted Ti Kuan Yin Oolong tea is the foundation of this auspicious combination. Peaches, a symbol of good fortune in Chinese mythology, blend with papaya and strawberries to make an irresistible combination. Rich in vitamins from the fruit, this wonderful tea may also aid in weight loss.

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1195 tasting notes

Now that my tongue is not burnt, I decided to give this another try to see if maybe it sucked and I wasn’t aware. Nope. I still like it. I can’t imagine having paid full price for it seeing as there are so many fruit bits, but it’s not like it hardly tastes like tea, and tastes more like fruit punch. It’s a bit fruity, and it’s clear there’s a green oolong in here.

I don’t think 1 tsp to 8 oz of water is enough though, so I’ll probably use more…like I don’t have any of this stuff to spare.

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Another sample from Amanda (thanks!), chosen mostly because it was near the top of my giant swap box when I was brewing things up this evening.

I can’t recall what temperature I brewed it at… maybe 188F?

Anyways, the aroma of this one is pretty weak, although I felt like I used a lot of tea. It is also rather difficult to distinguish – it smells a bit like a nondescript fruit-flavoured green, a bit genmaicha-y. The flavour is not at all what I would have expected – it’s rather cardboardy and maybe a slight bit fruity, although I am getting hints of oolong in the aftertaste. Very faint hints. I’d be hard-pressed to guess what this tea was by tasting it. I think I’m also getting a bit more peach in the aftertaste… but it’s showing up so late it’s nearly the after-aftertaste. I can understand why this one is so poorly rated, although I’m not finding it to be bad, just really, really lacking in flavour. And this is with ample leaf (at least 2 tsp if not more, in about 10 oz.) and a 4-minute infusion.

I think this was my first Teavana experience… didn’t leave a good impression! However, thanks for satisfying my curiousity, Amanda!

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I really wanted an oolong after coming home from work today. It was quiet all night and I got a lot of reading for school done (we have 30 books to read in one semester, so I’m trying to pre-read each of them before school starts) – I finished one play, and almost finished another! Aaaand then I have another three I’m in the process of reading, and a whole list to start after that. Oh well. At least my professor has good taste!

I wanted something creamy and smooth and buttery, but unfortunately my oolong stash is really low right now. Digging through samples, I came across this one. It’s labelled as oolong, but it’s honestly more peach and fruit than tea. It might be because the fruit is sticky and coats the tea, but I can hardly find any leaves in the mix!

It has a very light flavor. The smell is kind of buttery and a little bit fruity. The liquor, however, is beautiful. It’s a light pinky-orange, like a peach that’s fuzzy and just ripe enough. It doesn’t taste so much like peach as it does kind of like nectarine or tangerine or orange. I like it more than I expected to, though! It’s not want I wanted… but after drinking it, I think it was what I needed.

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190 °F / 87 °C 2 min, 30 sec
noordelijk

I’m usually not a fan of fruity teas but I keep reading reviews about flavoured oolongs and its making me want all of them.

Babble

Er.. Is that me you’re talking about? Or a different Rachel. Because if it’s me, I’m not sure that’s the tea I sent to you. If it’s another Rachel, ignore this message. Lol.

Michelle

Oh, wait, I think I got it mixed up with you xD. I got three swaps at around the same time, and I think I forgot who gave me which!

Babble

Okay. Lol. That makes sense. Just making sure you had the right tea. ;)

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I had such high hopes for this tea. It’s not amazing. I can’t really taste the peach, it really just tastes like a lighter oolong. Meh. What the previous taster said, it tastes vegetal. I don’t hate it. It just doesn’t taste like much.

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

Teavana is such a crap shoot…

Erin

Which is bad because i just ordered about 2lbs of various teas online from them…BEFORE checking steepster. shakes head. BOOOO to my wallet.

Honey

To be honest, there appears to be a bias on Steepster against Teavana anyway, so I’m not sure how useful reading the reviews can be. I’m sure part of it is because tea connoiseurs have a refined taste, but it’s important to keep in mind that all tea shops will have teas you like and teas you hate. I read tons of praise for Adagio and DavidsTea and half of those I find disgusting. Thus, sometimes we have to chalk it up to different tastes. My personal experience with trying many other sources for tea has not pulled me away from the favorites that I did find at Teavana, and the ones I liked less I just stopped drinking. So, don’t be disappointed in your shipment yet!

TeaBrat

Erin , I did the same thing. And I have found a few of them that I actually liked so they aren’t all terrible but I am leery of them, to say the least.

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This is the first sample I will be trying courtesy of Chuckieroy, it is a very peachy smelling tea, which my nose approves of hopefully my taste buds share the same sentiment after it has steeped.

Steeped it takes on more of an Oolong aroma, can definitely smell the tea base in this one. On a side note Iron Goddess of Mercy Oolong is a way better name for Tie Guan Yin tea, I mean that is what it translates to and it would help companies from using different spelling!

Initial taste is a very soft peach flavor followed by a fairly noticeable Oolong aftertaste. The peach flavor as other people have mentioned is pretty light, I do taste it but its not overly powerful, it could use a little more peach in my opinion.

This is the second tea I have had from Teavana, the other one I found to be very light flavor wise as well, but not being a big Teavana guru it could just be that the focus more on the tea base than the flavor.

Overall its certainly not a bad cup of tea, but leaves me craving a nice peachy cup of Davids Long Life Oolong, for peach Oolongs it is pretty much my benchmark tea.

Preparation
195 °F / 90 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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This is the worst tea blend that I have ever had. Too many fruit pieces that lack a good flavor and pretty much no tea. Whenever I make this I always have to add more tea to it since apparently I only paid for dried fruit when I bought it.

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185 °F / 85 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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Can’t taste the peach, but the oolong taste is pleasant. I think in the least, teavana could have added more peach flavoring. The inside is just slightly flavorless freeze-dried peaches, so that doesn’t impart any flavor to it.

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46 tasting notes

Didn’t really like the vegetal taste of the oolong itself, took away from the overall peachy flavour.

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185 °F / 85 °C 3 min, 15 sec

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This tea neither lived long nor prospered (in my mouth, at least). I barely tasted the peach at all, it was just like a very, very subtle oolong. I ordered it online from Teavana, and though it was only two ounces it’s such a bulky tea that it filled up an entire three and a half ounce tea container. Most of the volume is made up of little freeze-dried peach bits, which I think is the issue – they just don’t impart a whole lot of flavor.

A subtle tea isn’t necessarily a bad thing, but this one was so blah I kept forgetting what I was drinking entirely.

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3 min, 0 sec

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