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  • “My late afternoon cup. The brew was a neat coppery bronze in my press. As a peach tea it is a good solid one but it is the extra things going on in the background and how it changes from one cup to...” Read full tasting note
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    ks6 1315 tasting notes
  • “This is a free sample that I won in a Facebook giveaway by *Teaves Tea Company.* I have held off trying it until my tastebuds were more cooperative because I wanted to give it a fair and thorough...” Read full tasting note
    ashmanra 1828 tasting notes
  • “I won this in Teaves October giveaway, and they sent me a really big sample! I brewed up a cup this afternoon while Rayn and I watched some Avatar episodes and we both liked it. The flavor is...” Read full tasting note
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    hammaryn 148 tasting notes
  • “Finally got my first order of Teaves tea in the mail. I ordered this peach oolong as well as a sencha reserve and I have to say that both of them were pleasant surprises. I don't like to try new...” Read full tasting note
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    teawade 27 tasting notes

From Teaves Tea Company

Sweet taste of summer peaches blended with flower blossoms and oolong tea. A popular summertime beverage that is typically enjoyed over ice.

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1315 tasting notes

My late afternoon cup. The brew was a neat coppery bronze in my press. As a peach tea it is a good solid one but it is the extra things going on in the background and how it changes from one cup to the next that kicks this up a few notches. Oops, was that the attack of the run on sentence?

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1828 tasting notes

This is a free sample that I won in a Facebook giveaway by Teaves Tea Company. I have held off trying it until my tastebuds were more cooperative because I wanted to give it a fair and thorough tasting.

The aroma of the dry leaves is not simple peach. The very generously sized package says this is oolong tea, osmanthus flowers, jasmine flowers, and natural flavors. I pulled a white chunk out of the dry mix and popped it in my mouth. Mmmmm, pretty sure that was a dried peach bit and it was delicious. But there is something else here, something extra that I can’t put my finger on because I am not as brilliant with flavors as so many of you are. At first I thought it was a hint of vanilla, then I thought chocolate, then BRANDY! I don’t know if I have ever had brandy – I don’t drink because I tried it when I was young and it REALLY wasn’t a good idea for me, LOL! But this is what I imagine a rich brandy would smell like, and I can imagine pulling someone from dangerous frigid waters and pouring this very thing down their throat for immediate comfort and warmth.

Because the sample is so large, I want to try it hot even though they say it is typically enjoyed iced. The first steep is dark for a oolong. I am drinking it from my double walled tiny glass cups and the color is just beautiful. It is a peachy orange amber, so clear and shining. The peach flavor is the dominant one, of course, and I would say this tastes like a hot, bubbling peach cobbler, freshly baked, rather than like a peach just picked off the tree. The jasmine is light and comes across as a sweetness, but it isn’t strong enough to be off-putting to people who don’t like jasmine.

The second steep is fabulous! The color is a little lighter, I would call it a golden peach amber now. And the taste is a little lighter on peach now and the osmanthus is stepping forward and making this taste lemony – a fresh lemon taste, not a tart, puckery lemon taste. It reminds me of the hard candies that come in a little round tin at our local German grocery. A hint of dryness makes me think this would be fantastic for pairing with food.

This was really great! Thank you, Teaves, for the opportunity to try your tea! I plan to try it iced as well, because there is more than enough here to try lots of different ways!

teawade

I tried their peach oolong a while back as well and I thoroughly enjoyed it. Glad to hear you enjoyed it as well. Great read and great review!

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I won this in Teaves October giveaway, and they sent me a really big sample! I brewed up a cup this afternoon while Rayn and I watched some Avatar episodes and we both liked it. The flavor is right on the nose a big, juicy, ripe peach! I also tasted a little hint of lemon in the background. I think this would make a fantastic iced tea – in fact, I think I’ll do that.

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Becky

Avatar plus tea is probably the best combination of cartoon-to-beverage ever.

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Finally got my first order of Teaves tea in the mail. I ordered this peach oolong as well as a sencha reserve and I have to say that both of them were pleasant surprises. I don’t like to try new companies often because I don’t like change, BUT I think I should change that about myself. I gave this company a try because the site looked appealing and I am interested to see what other companies have to offer. This peach oolong tea is the best one yet. Offers a great balance of fruit flavor to tea flavor ratio and I’m a sucker for oolong’s and peach so they had me from the start. Packaging is interesting and unlike any I’ve seen yet. It’s a very clean and simple look with all the necessary directions and information that should be on a package. I’m definitely checking them out again to see what else they have to offer. So far so good!

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