Ginger Peach (White)

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Fruit White Blend
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200 °F / 93 °C 5 min, 0 sec

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  • “I really want to find some white teas that I like and I found this lurking in the back of my cupboard. I can't remember when I bought this. These are teabags, and when I opened up the can to take a...” Read full tasting note
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    amyoh2 2542 tasting notes
  • “I didn't realize I had tried this one before. It smells good. If steeped per the instructions it tastes good. A light peachy white tea with a light bite of ginger. The bag will steep twice. If you...” Read full tasting note
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    ks6 1385 tasting notes
  • “Thank you Ellen for sending a few sample bags of this tea. It smells so rich and peachy steeping. I can smell the warm ginger. Tasting the tea, I think I either steeped it to long, or am getting...” Read full tasting note
    Dragonwellluvr 558 tasting notes
  • “I just got this tea the other day. Tonight I tried it, first the way the packaging recommends you have it (steeped with almost boiling water for 30-60) seconds. Nice, but seemed like a waste of a...” Read full tasting note
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    bhietala 57 tasting notes

From The Republic of Tea

This tea offers the lushness of a fancy peach seasoned with the tingle of spicy ginger in a base of 100% White Tea. For thousands of years, the peach has been China’s darling of longevity.

Not all White Teas are created equal! The Republic of Tea has procured this season’s harvest to offer 100% White Tea in our signature round, unbleached tea bags. No other variety of tea or leaves are included. Once reserved for the cups of emperors and nobility we are honored to offer you this pure, delicate brew with its subtle, sweet, lingering finish. Serve warm or over ice.

About The Republic of Tea View company

The Republic of Tea is a progressive and socially conscious business recognized for being the leading purveyor of more than 200 premium teas and herbs, ready-to-drink iced teas and more. Founded in 1992, The Republic of Tea sparked a tea revolution in America with the purpose of enriching people’s lives through the experience of premium teas and a Sip by Sip Rather Than Gulp by Gulp lifestyle.

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2542 tasting notes

I really want to find some white teas that I like and I found this lurking in the back of my cupboard. I can’t remember when I bought this. These are teabags, and when I opened up the can to take a whiff it is an overwhelming artifical peach smell. Really it reminds me of paint drying.

I followed the instructions on the tin and steeped it for around 45 seconds with nearly boiling water. I am sorry to report that this is just really awful and it isn’t cheap either… I can’t make myself finish it off. No doubt it is going into the compost. I really like ginger but I think there is something about this peach flavoring that is really not for me. I do like the white peach tea from Rishi so it isn’t like I’m totally biased against fruit or anything. blecch.

Charles Thomas Draper

I would rather watch paint dry….

ScottTeaMan

Sorry about the bad experience. That’s one reason I am not a fan of RoT, their teas are overpriced for what you get, IMHO.

TeaBrat

That’s ok… they can’t all be winners, now can they? ;-)

KeenTeaThyme

RoT is seriously hit and miss. I’ve been burned by them too – the overprice doesn’t necessarily mean a higher quality tea. Sorry this happened to you! :(

ScottTeaMan

I guess you could say this tea is ROTten! {Ba Dum Bum} Hey, it’s the best I can do at 6:48 am! :))

TeaBrat

bwa ha ha…

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I didn’t realize I had tried this one before. It smells good. If steeped per the instructions it tastes good. A light peachy white tea with a light bite of ginger. The bag will steep twice. If you are a bagged tea drinker this is pretty good. The downside for loose leaf drinkers is you can taste the paper. Not horribly but more than I notice with most.

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Thank you Ellen for sending a few sample bags of this tea. It smells so rich and peachy steeping. I can smell the warm ginger. Tasting the tea, I think I either steeped it to long, or am getting to much of a taste from the bag, or there is just something off with it. It smells so lovely, but it tastes a bit cardboardy. I steeped for 2 minutes, but thinking maybe I should only do one. I will hold off rating for now and just enjoy the scent a little longer before I dump the cup.

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175 °F / 79 °C 2 min, 0 sec

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57 tasting notes

I just got this tea the other day. Tonight I tried it, first the way the packaging recommends you have it (steeped with almost boiling water for 30-60) seconds. Nice, but seemed like a waste of a perfectly good tea bag, so I popped it into the other mug of already steeping ginger peach. That puppy sat for a good 15 minutes or more, and it was SO tasty. I guess the suggested prep method is just a guideline after all, but I had to try it that way at least once. I may have a new favorite. We’ll see tomorrow when I make myself a cup with one tea bag and steep it for my normal 5 minutes. ;)

Oh yeah. That’s a good one brewed the same way I brew the black Ginger Peach. Awesome! Next time I think I’ll order the red Ginger Peach!

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Boiling 5 min, 0 sec

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Pulled this one from the cupboard. I really like their Ginger Peach Black so should like is one. I used one bag for about 10oz and it tastes good, but weak.

Before I give this a number I’m going to make a second cup and use two bags.

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