Peach Oolong

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Before I get into my tasting note… my notices have gone AWOL :*(
That annoying error page shows up whenever I try to check them, so my apologies if I end up bypassing any comments on my reviews, atleast until I get my notices back

Anyhow, this tea is lovely!
Though I had trouble sussing any flavour out, it seemed incredibly weak at two minutes so I put the steeping basket back in the pot for another minute. That seemed to help, but I was getting very little peach out of the tea. A hint of peach came out, like I would have expected on the fifth or sixth steep!
Maybe next time I need to try more leaf? Also, I suspect it could be my water… since I made a cup of red rose for mum and it came out murky, so she tossed it and I made her something else. (Tess Orange tea- her fave)
Okayyyy yes!! It must have been the water! because my second steep, though weak-ish, is loads better, more so when it cools. Much stronger peach notes coming out. Sortof a juicy peach that blends really nicely with the natural sweetness of the oolong. It’s really captured the essence of fresh picked peaches, just ripe enough to eat and dribble nectar down your chin. Do you remember those days from childhood?? little sighs
Iced, I suspect, this would be incredible.
Thank you so much Ninavampi! This is very tasty :)
Now if only I can figure out what the heck got into my kettle…


So happy you liked it! It is a bit on the weak side, but I still find it super tasty!


It really is tasty. Somehow the lightness just fits right in :)


thanks again Ninavampi!!!


Argh to the error on the notice page! I kept getting that on my Recent Activity page. Annoying!

Anyways, this sounds pretty yummy. But I laughed when you said ‘do you remember those days from childhood?’ re: eating fresh-picked peaches, cuz I didn’t have that as a kid in Saskatchewan, but last summer went and picked peaches in Niagara and definitely had a few nectar-dribbling experiences :D


I lived in Paradise California (Sierra Navada Mt. Foothills) up north where there is a peach growing season in the farming valley below. The Summers could get really hot, and big juicy, ripe to bursting peaches were sold by the crate for canning. My mom always picked hot days to can freestone peaches which were the best!


Krystaleyn, argh indeed!! I dislike being forced into ignoring comments, and being outta the loop!
and hehe I’m glad to hear you now know the joys of a juicy peach :P

Bonnie: your Mum sounds like a lovely lady!! I am soooo craving a peach right now. Mmmmm

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358 tasting notes

I’ve had this tea for far too long without tasting it! It’s a pretty tea, with medium sized clusters of rolled green tea leaves. The dry leaves smell lightly of fresh grass and peaches, while the tea liquor aroma is more of sweet peaches. The flavor is very simple – slightly sweet with a wonderful fresh peach aftertaste. I was a little surprised by just how much I am enjoying this tea. It’s a very clean tea, just a refreshing fresh peach flavor. I think this would be excellent served over ice during this summer! Thank you, Ninavampi, for this sample!

-Dry blend has medium rolled green tea leaves.
-Dry leaves smell lightly of fresh grass and peaches. Tea liquor aroma is of sweet peaches.
-Tea liquor is a clear dark yellow color.
-Slightly sweet flavor and finish. Fresh peach aftertaste.
-Best with sweetener.
-Very good tea. Simple and clean flavor of fresh sweet peaches.

195 °F / 90 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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Tea #11 from HHTTB2

Light tasting green oolong with subtle peachy notes. The peach is very delicate, but becomes more of a dominant flavor after the second steep. The flavor remains juicy and fresh, however, and never toes the line of gummy candy-like or cloyingly sweet.

I will note, however, for at least the first two, maybe three, steeps there was a dissonant peppery note to the oolong that while not off putting, isn’t exactly good either.

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Here’s Hoping Traveling Tea Box

I found this one in the tea box and grabbed a serving’s worth. Eh, its not bad. I like a good green oolong, and the peach flavoring is not bad. This one is just average in my book!

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No peach here. :( Like none at all at all. What a bummer.
Just oolong…Was hoping it would at least taste peachy a little. But nope. :(


I can’t believe I’m recommending it, because it’s not the highest quality Oolong, but Adagio’s Peach Oolong is fantastic. It’s not the best tea ever, but it’s an incredibly solid peach tea, in my opinion.


Maybe I just got a bad batch, but I had it a few years ago and hated it. xD Have you ever had Momo Oolong Super Grade from Lupicia? Think that is my favorite peach tea.


No, it’s possible it’s not great. Also I noted you don’t like roasted oolongs as much, and it’s very roasty. And the other flavored oolongs by Adagio are awful. But no! I haven’t! I’ll have to look into it.


Well, Momo is more of like a floral with peach…not sure if you are into something like that?

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