Precious White Peach

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175 °F / 79 °C 2 min, 30 sec

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An incredibly smooth blend of delicious peach pieces and downy white tea buds.

How to Prepare
Use 1.5 teaspoons of tea with 8oz of water. Heat water to 175-180 degrees and steep for 1-1.5 minutes. 2oz of tea equals 25-30 teaspoons.
Ingredients: Mao Feng white tea, apple bits, rosehips, candied pineapple bits (with sugar), peach bits (with rice flour separating agent), flavoring, sunflowers, Roman chamomile and lemon myrtle leaves.

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Did a full pot of this one tonight since I was feeling lazy and didn’t want to have to do multiple trips to the kettle. This tea is delicate, almost extremely so. I suspect that that’s why the use the word precious in the name.

Dry the leaves look pretty average, with chunks of various things added, although none looked extremely peach-y. Once brewed the leaves were still not completely unfurled, which surprised me. I’m not one to do a multiple steep on non-oolong teas, but I may try with this one just to see.

The smell of the tea is definitely peach, and a lovely version of the fruit. I drank this one unsweetened, and didn’t once feel that sweetener was needed. First cup was definitely a lovely light peach flavour in a light yellow tea. The peach was more prominent as the cup cooled.

Second cup (from the same pot) was less peachy, I’m not sure if it was because I’d become accustomed to the flavour or something else, but it was definitely less.

Third cup I let cool, and there was the peach again. I think I’ll do an iced tea next time with what I have left of this one. The peach I hoped for when I got this one is definitely more prominent in cooler temperatures.

Preparation
180 °F / 82 °C 2 min, 0 sec

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Dry this has a definite peachy aroma – as many others have noted it’s quite similar to Peach Tranquility (also by Teavana). I found it to have less of a saccharine quality in the tin, but my nose might’ve been ruined by Youthberry and the like. shrugs

After a slightly shorter steep than recommended it had an almost hay colour – which reminds me; I really need to get a proper glass mug instead of drinking it out of a repurposed beer stein – and retained a gentle peach and apple aroma.

When I first tasted it I was floored by how strongly honey seems to factor in as a flavour, despite not being on the labeled ingredients. The peach and fruit flavours (most notably a bit of pineapple) came out most readily when it was hot; as it cooled the honey and chamomile seem to push their way to the forefront along with a tiny bit of a bitter, astringent aftertaste.

While I will definitely be drinking more of this tea – I received 2oz as a gift – I’ll definitely be hurrying a little more to drink it while it’s still hot, as I find the flavours once cooled to be a little unpalatable.

Preparation
4 min, 15 sec
JustJames

have you tried any apricot in lieu of peach? i recently discovered i much prefer the one to the other. couldn’t care less about peach anymore, lol.

Pyroxy

I haven’t tried apricot yet, but I’ll keep an eye out for it in the future. Thanks for the suggestion. :D

JustJames

peach tag teams with a tobacco taste for me sometimes whereas apricot holds the fruit flavour and stays bright. might just be me though?

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Got this in a swap with Rebecca R and decided to give it a try tonight.
Honestly, I’m glad I tried this in a swap instead of just buying it. While it has a lovely peachy smell dry, I didn’t get anything close to that smell when I brewed it.
I brewed it according to Teavana’s directions on their website, though I’ll probly end up tweaking that next time I make this. Overall I wasn’t impressed with the brew I got from their instructions. Maybe I’ll try more leaf, or a lower temp or something. Just to see.

I didn’t get much peach while drinking it. It was slightly floral and just very faintly peachy tasting. Even though this is supposed to be a peach tea, it has apple pieces in it, which gave it a faintly sour taste to it that I didn’t care for. At least, I’m pretty sure it’s the apple in this. It’s the same sort of taste I got when I made their Peach Tranquility Herbal tea, which has a similar set of ingredients. Adding truvia to it make it much better, though it didn’t really enhance any of the flavors, just overcame the sourness mostly.
Tried a second steep on this for the same temp but a minute longer and it was definitely weaker, though there was some sort of background taste/flavor that I couldn’t identify. Maybe a bit greener tasting or something. I’m not sure. It definitely got more astringent the second brewing.

Good to try for a swap, but it’s unlikely I’ll ever buy it.

Preparation
175 °F / 79 °C 2 min, 0 sec

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Just got my huge order from teavana heavenly sale and wanted to try this one first. At first smell it smells delicious, like a ripe juicy peach. First taste hits and its a nice light peachy taste with notes of the white tea finishing. I like this tea. I like it a lot :-)

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I bought this tea while at the mall on an errand for a friend. I thought that I needed a nice herbal tea for unwinding. Little did I know that a peach orchard lay waiting in a tin in a store that was a few doors down…

The tea is sweet, and smooth. It smells strongly of peaches and lemon but the taste is just unique. It is warming, welcoming, and I really wish I could afford to have several cups of this a day.

Preparation
190 °F / 87 °C 2 min, 45 sec

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Another tea from the snobbery session. (I’m going to call them that, I just love how it sounds.)

This tea smells so much like peaches. And then you make it and drink it and it tastes exactly like it smells and it’s so good! The peach is very strong and delicious, but just short of overwhelming — I think it would be just as good or maybe even better as an iced tea. There is chamomile evident, and also something floral — rose, maybe? And the tea adds a bit of flavor also. All of that just tempers the peachy awesomeness.

And I’m so excited because the BFF gave me a bit of this when she bought it, and I still have some left. And leftover scones. I know what I’m doing for breakfast.

(Unfortunately, I’m not sure how long she brewed it — I know it tasted better than when I’ve made it at home, but my water’s a lot harder and also grosser, so I’m not sure how much was just due to water quality.)

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Wanted something cool and refreshing after spending a few hours out side working on my new bonsai tree (my pet away from my furry one at home). Steeped slightly less than 2 minutes. And threw a bunch of ice cubes in the first cup as i was too impatient to wait for it to cool down.
Havn’t really noticed a change from the last time i drank it. Not really peachy, and i’m afraid i might have burned the leaves again. I really need to get a thermometer once i get to school again.

Preparation
175 °F / 79 °C 2 min, 0 sec

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I had this one after dinner because I didn’t want something too heavily caffeinated so late in the day. Also, I guess today was just a fruity tea kind of day. Anyway, I let the water cool down quite a bit to avoid bitterness, and it worked! I’m definitely getting a strong peach flavor, but it kind of tastes like what I imagine a dried peach would taste like (like dried mango, but peach). As is Teavana’s style, this tea is on the verge of being too perfume-y, but dialed back just enough that I can actually enjoy it. I don’t think this one will be a repurchase, but I will definitely enjoy what I have left!

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Smells of really wonderful and juicy peaches with floral, earthy and woody notes as well. This tea was very pleasant from first sip on. A very soft tea with hints of citrus and a great floral aftertaste!

15 down – 485 to go!

Preparation
175 °F / 79 °C 2 min, 0 sec

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The flavours in the tea blend really well together to enhance the peach. Everything goes very nicely with the white tea and has a very smooth, almost creamy, finish.

Preparation
175 °F / 79 °C 2 min, 15 sec

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