Peach Fuzz Chai

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Here’s a tongue-tantalizing blend of premium white teas, dried peaches, cinnamon, ginger, cardamom, clove and black peppercorns with natural flavors. My wife thought we should call it Peaches & Herb after the disco duo. All of our younger customers are now thinking, “Who????” which is why I decided to go with Peach Fuzz Chai. If you want a tea that will make you want to shake your groove thing, well, here it is.

Our Tea of the Week for the week of March 19, 2012

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3134 tasting notes

Hot steep/cold-brew for this one too. I’m not sure which method I prefer (straight cold-brewing or hot/cold), but this cup is better than the last one I had (which was just cold-brewed), so perhaps I’ll stick with the brief hot infusion method, at least for real teas.

Anyhow, this is creamy and loaded with cardamom. Sadly, I’m not picking up peach, but at least I really do love the spice blend here. I apparently quite like cardamom-heavy chais. I bet if I mixed in a bit of milk and honey, this would be mind-blowing, but it’s pretty good as is, so why would I add extra calories to it?

(Yeah, I’m totally trying to talk myself out of adding milk/honey at this point… heh…)

Iced 8 min or more

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4846 tasting notes

I like this one alright. Sweet and spicy, the peach tones seem to come in a while after I’ve started sipping, and then come in strong at the aftertaste. It’s not as peachy as I would have expected, but, I like the spices at the level that they are, so I don’t think I’d trade some spiciness for more peach. I think some star anise would be good though.

Anyway, this one is alright, not my fave, but, certainly a good one.

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1220 tasting notes

Merry Christmas!

This is a backlog from yesterday. Since my mom never drinks this, I decided I’d have myself a big cup. But I took a nap while waiting for it to cool, so instead I drank it cold. And it was really good that way…though I think the last time I had it we had it chilled too. It’s fruity and not too spiced, and I may just take it home with me because she’ll never notice it’s gone…


That sounds really interesting

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634 tasting notes

Oh YEAH!!! This one smells AWESOME! I’m on a white tea kick since the closet flooding episode last night. This is going to be an incredible feast of chai and white tea!

Just the aroma alone is amazing. The taste? HEAVEN!!! I agree with others that the peach is a very subtle flavor and easily overlooked. It lends a slightly fruity, sweet taste to the nuttiness of the base. But the most prominent flavor is the chai spices. Oh, and what a perfect balance of spices too!

This is a soft and quiet chai. It’s not in-your-face spicy, but rather creeps up on you softly and makes you wonder what exactly you’re drinking. I don’t mean to say it’s diluted though. It’s not watery; it’s just a soft flavor.

I LOVE THIS!!! My kitty seems to like it too. He keeps sticking his nose in my cup and inhaling the yummy aroma. Doesn’t seem to want to give it a lick though. Silly kitty. Thank you so much to Kittenna for sharing a sample with me! I wish I wouldn’t have skipped this one when it was released. Yet another winner from 52teas!

175 °F / 79 °C 3 min, 0 sec

Mmmm Sounds good I don’t think I have had this one before. Going to check reviews to see.


Wow, you really liked this one! I think I thought it was fairly good, but less peachy than I wanted. Glad there’s a winner amongst some of the bad teas I sent :P


Oh please, nothing you sent was bad. Everyone has different taste preferences, that’s all. I sincerely appreciate you sharing your tea collection with me! :)

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525 tasting notes

Another sample from Krystaleyn! Yummy! I’m really kicking butt in trying a bunch of new teas today! go me!

This particular tea is delicious! I cold brewed this cause who can drink hot tea in weather like this?! (Says the girl who just had hot soup for dinner) I’m really liking the balance of spices here! A lot of times, chais use too much of one thing or another, but this one is just perfect! The cardamom and the cinnamon and the yummy white base that is almost milky.

And, the slightly fruitiness of the peach. It’s only lightly peachy. I think if I didn’t know it was flavored, I would have thought that the peachiness was an inherent quality in the tea. Though I don’t usually get peach notes from a white tea. Very very tasty.

Despite cold brewing, I’m getting quite a caffeine kick from this. I can only imagine how I’d feel if I had hot brewed this. White teas are definitely morning teas.


I had this (iced) and hot soup also today, weird!




Alphakitty: You know what they say about great minds! ;)

Azzrian: Haha, thanks. Sometimes you just need someone else to cheer for you to know you’re not crazy. If I had told my husband that I’m proud of myself for getting through a bunch of tea samples, he’d just roll his eyes at me. Of course I roll my eyes at him when he plays FIFA online with his buddies so we are even. :)


LOL!!!! You know pretty much ALL hobbies are equally awesome and silly depending on perspective.


Definitely preferred this one cold to hot. It just didn’t have enough flavour when hot, imo.


Funny, I always think of white teas as evening teas. Are you sensitive to caffeine? I think I’m mostly immune.


I am quite sensitive. I think I’m getting a bit better than I used to be but I think my sensitivity allows me to get a feel for caffeine content better than some. White tea hits me harder than greens or oolongs. Though Frank’s bai mu dans are definitely more caffeinated than other whites. Tasty but caffeinated. Any real tea is bad before bed though. It’s all herbals and honeybush in the evenings!


Interesting. Thanks for the heads up!

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470 tasting notes

Another from my box from LiberTEAS! I tend to be wary of peach teas since the flavor can come out very artificial, but I trust 52teas to blend up a juicy chai so I decided to make this today. I iced it the lazy way, aka let the cup sit out until it was cold enough to put ice in. I usually take chai hot but it felt like a peach version would be better cold. I tried a sip when it was still warm and I definitely prefer the iced version!

This is not overly peachy, but has a nice juice-like quality. It doesn’t really feel like a chai to me though, more like a spiced peach drink. There are certain flavors that I associate with chai—particularly clove and ginger—that I am not picking up. They are listed in the ingredients, but I am really only getting up the cardamom. The white base isn’t that strong either, so there’s not really a stand-out flavor. It’s good but too mild all-around for my taste: a pleasant enough cup, but perhaps too soft.

175 °F / 79 °C 7 min, 0 sec

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6770 tasting notes

Thanks AGAIN Liberteas

It smells kind of crusty but also slightly peachy and spicy.

On the tongue – it’s more spicy than peach but the white tea base is pretty unique and powerful for a white, that is.

Overall this is a good one. The flavors work nicely with each other. Pretty good!

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86 tasting notes

Aha! Back to my beloved teas after a couple of work trips. The downside to preferring loose leaf tea, I find, is that it’s much harder for me to make a decent cup of tea in a hotel room.

I had high hopes for this tea. Maybe because the name brings to mind those fuzzy peach candies. Maybe because this is yet another chai in my eternal quest for the perfect chai. Either way, it was not what I was expecting.

It’s a very nice, mild peachy kind of tea. I don’t get any sense of the spices that are in the ingredient list though. So my disappointment is primarily due to my own expectations for this tea. If you like flavoured white tea, then I would say to give this a try.

I’m going to give this a try iced sometime. Maybe that will change the flavour profile a bit.

200 °F / 93 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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94 tasting notes

This is a really good iced tea. It is a gently spiced sweet and fruity tea. I really love this level of spiciness because I don’t feel like I have to add any milk or sweetener to get full enjoyment, but I can fully taste the spices.

190 °F / 87 °C 2 min, 30 sec

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18 tasting notes

I’m sad to say I was a bit disappointed in this one – there isn’t anything wrong with it, and it does live up to its name, its very peachy and fuzzy, it just didn’t grab me. Too much peach and not enough chai. It kind of reminded me of a peach cobbler so if that is your thing this may be the tea for you!

Edit: I ended up giving this one away to a good home. It’s too nice to sit unloved in my kitchen, but I just can’t imagine wanting to drink it again.

185 °F / 85 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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