Green Peach Leaf Tea

Tea type
Fruit Green Blend
Ingredients
Flavouring, Green Tea, Peach, Rose Petals
Flavors
Peach
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Loose Leaf, Tea Bag
Caffeine
Not available
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Edit tea info Last updated by MissB
Average preparation
185 °F / 85 °C 2 min, 45 sec 14 oz / 414 ml

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  • “I find this tea much more enjoyable cold than hot, although it's quite lovely both ways - it's just that the floral notes are almost completely absent cold, and the peach gets sweeter and thicker -...” Read full tasting note
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  • “A sample from MissB. :) Thank you! I decided to cold steep this one based on some Facebook conversations about icing and cold steeping teas. I generally stick to fruit teas, and am trying to...” Read full tasting note
    OMGsrsly 1366 tasting notes
  • “(edit:~This is embarrassing, can not remember if this is something I took out of the euro travelling teabox or a sample Meliorate sent me uh, a year ago.~) Nevermind all that, a tea from the euro...” Read full tasting note
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    cteresa 327 tasting notes
  • “I'm so caffeinated now the selection process for this one went something like... oh, *peach* green peach green peach, huh? are there even green peaches? or is it because the tea is...” Read full tasting note
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From Whittard of Chelsea

Our green tea is refreshingly crisp. We have combined this invigorating tea with sweet flavor of peach so that it smells as good as it tastes. Fragrant and fruity, our blend captures the warmth of a sun-drenched afternoon – perfect for easygoing days in an English country garden.

Green tea, 5% flavoring, 4.5% Peach bits (Peach, Rice Flour), 0.9% Rose Petals. Suitable for Vegetarians, Vegans & Lactose Intolerants.

Use fresh water from a kettle. Water left in the kettle loses vitality and makes tea taste dull. Rinse the pot with boiling water to bring out the tea’s flavor. Add 1-2 teaspoons of tea to a 6-cup pot. Pour in boiling water and leave for 2-3 minutes. This tea needs a light brew, so don’t let it stew. Strain & pour. Drink this tea without milk. Stop what you are doing and savour.

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4 Tasting Notes

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I find this tea much more enjoyable cold than hot, although it’s quite lovely both ways – it’s just that the floral notes are almost completely absent cold, and the peach gets sweeter and thicker – almost granular. Hot, the tea is more mild peach with a strong rose flavor, and a bit much for my tastes – although likely quite lovely for someone who loves roses in their tea.

Thank you to KittyLovesTea for sharing this with me!

Preparation
175 °F / 79 °C 2 min, 0 sec 2 tsp 12 OZ / 354 ML

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1366 tasting notes

A sample from MissB. :) Thank you!

I decided to cold steep this one based on some Facebook conversations about icing and cold steeping teas. I generally stick to fruit teas, and am trying to branch out.

So this. Overnight in the fridge.

Sadly, it was like drinking spinach water with a touch of seaweed. For some reason most green teas do this to me. I keep hoping they’ll be delicious cold, but then they aren’t.

I appreciate being able to try this, but I think that for me it would have been better hot.

Preparation
2 tsp 16 OZ / 473 ML
Sil

green teas cold brewed usually don’t do it for me…with a few exceptions.

OMGsrsly

Green teas just don’t really do it for me. :) So I’m not sure what miraculous thing I was expecting!

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(edit:~This is embarrassing, can not remember if this is something I took out of the euro travelling teabox or a sample Meliorate sent me uh, a year ago.~) Nevermind all that, a tea from the euro tea box.

I had left it near the kettle, because, yay, the weather is turning that way where I want fruity flavoured green teas. Green tea with peach, yes please. Though sadly what i really really want is The-o-dor´s Peché Mignon which I can not get without paying A LOT on shipping and will have to wait for a large order in a few months.

This tea did not work as a dupe for Peché Mignon at all. Thin, almost bitter base, insipid fruit-like flavour and maybe some rose in the background. Nope. Maybe I would not be so critical if I did not want so much Peché Mignon right now, but oh well, I think I would never really love this.

Flavors: Peach

Preparation
180 °F / 82 °C 4 min, 15 sec

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I’m so caffeinated now the selection process for this one went something like…

oh, peach

green peach

green peach, huh?

are there even green peaches?

or is it because the tea is green?

green peach

what a pretty fruit

all green

but peach like

yeah

…and then imagine that really pinball-staccato and jittery.

I have a peach obsession. If it says peach, I’m gonna peach. So I peached. I am absolutely not disappointed. There are some too-good-to-be-true natural peaches out there, such as Lupicia’s Momo, but then there are also slightly less natural (it sounds better than ‘more artificial’) peach versions, such as this one, that are really enjoyable. (Keep in mind, though, that I’m someone who will shamelessly hog a bag of Haribo peach candies. Hi, E100, hi, E120, Hi Artificial Flavouring! Is anyone else coming? Oooh, Sugar.)

Brewed, this one has that slight metallic hint to it that I’m so used to finding in teas from A.C. Perchs now that I almost exclusively associate it with their greens and whites. It’s also somewhat flat – not flat as in stale, but just not overly intricate, flavour wise.

I’d really like to cold-brew this one, so I think this gets to stay here in Villa Borghese with me.

Thanks for sharing, KittyLovesTea! I am now one step closer to trying all the peach teas in the world.

[Sample from the second round of the EU Travelling Box, spring 2014.]

Preparation
195 °F / 90 °C 2 min, 0 sec
cteresa

If you ever get the chance to buy Thé-o-dor´s Peché Mignon, do buy it. Green tea, and melon and peach and kind of glorious.

Anna

It’s so on the list – me and my friend are considering a joint The O Dor order a bit later in the spring!

cteresa

It might not be your cup of tea, maybe it is too predictable – but it´s one interesting peach tea! In fact I liked very much 3 of Theodor´s peach teas, not sure which to rebuy when I have that long promised splurge:

- Peché Mignon, is the green with peach and melon and so fruity and exhuberant.
- Melange de Galice (peaches and Galicia, I do not understand, but oh well) is a classical black tea with peach and vanilla.but why mess with classics
- Adele H is black tea with peach and pepper, lots of pepper, and a hint of other spices. Should be weird, but it´s charming.

Anna

I have both of the blacks on my ‘possibly’ list! I did as you taught me and searched the The O Dor website for ingredients, namely ‘peach’…

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