Presidential Peach

Tea type
Black Fruit Blend
Ingredients
Calendula Petals, Ceylon Black Tea, Cornflower Petals, Natural Flavours, Safflower Petals
Flavors
Artificial, Butter, Peach, Smooth
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Loose Leaf
Caffeine
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Edit tea info Last updated by MissB
Average preparation
Boiling 5 min, 0 sec 12 oz / 354 ml

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  • “Sipdown (220)! Thank you MissB for the tea! It’s been a while since I’ve bought from a stash sale but I’ve been curious about this company for a while. Only selling peach teas seems like an odd...” Read full tasting note
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  • “No idea why this is called Presidential, unless it’s just to keep in tune with the (fun) company name. Regardless, as stated, it’s a black peach tea. I love the packaging and the smell, and the...” Read full tasting note
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From Impeach Tea

Life’s too short to: A) dwell on poor decisions made and B) drink lousy tea. This all natural peach tea has a crisp, fresh flavor that you’re sure to love. No guilt, no negative consequences, it’s a win-win!

Ingredients: Ceylon Black Tea, Red Safflower Petals, Calendula Petals, Blue Cornflower Petals, All Natural Flavor.

Steeping Suggestion:

1 teaspoon of tea

6-8oz water at 208 degrees

Steep for 4-5 minutes

https://impeachtea.com/products/sample-tea?variant=28280226193

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Sipdown (220)!

Thank you MissB for the tea!

It’s been a while since I’ve bought from a stash sale but I’ve been curious about this company for a while. Only selling peach teas seems like an odd gimmick for a company to have, but if it’s the best peach tea, then I can buy it. So when I saw you were looking to get rid of one of their teas, that was enough to get me to bite. The rest was just gravy. And then of course you added in a sample of the this and the other peach tea they carry, and I was so stoked! Now I get to try the whole line up.

The dry leaf looks fairly small/broken up – somewhat lowish quality, but not the worst either. It looks a lot like the typical black Ceylon base many companies use for their flavoured blacks.

I made that sample as a nice Western sized pot to sip on while watching Interstellar with the family. As soon as the water hit the tea leaf I could smell the sweetness of the peach filling my kitchen. It was fresh, and really realistic smelling. It could have easily been the smell of peach juices from slicing up a few really ripe peaches.

Taste wise, it’s far from bad but it doesn’t pack the same robustness as I was getting from the smell of it infusing. I think the peach is definitely there, and I like the level of sweetness, which is relatively natural, and overall juicyness. I do think it has more of an artificial and almost candy/Fuzzy Peach like quality to it though. Not chemical, mind you. It’s just that when it was steeping I really felt like it gave off a freshly cut, ripe peach vibe and this is more a “just cracked open a bag of Fuzzy Peaches” aroma. It’s good in a different way, but when you’re psyched for some natural peach taste it’s a small let down.

I enjoyed it overall – it was a good choice to sip on slowly throughout the whole movie. Also, now that I feel like I have a bit of a base line for what to expect, flavour wise, for the peach taste in the other two blends from this company I feel pretty good going into the tastings for those teas.

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No idea why this is called Presidential, unless it’s just to keep in tune with the (fun) company name. Regardless, as stated, it’s a black peach tea.

I love the packaging and the smell, and the company’s customer service rocks my casbah. Still this tea isn’t as impressive as I want it to be. Yes, it’s delicious. The tea leaves are a bit smaller than I’d prefer; I love to watch my teas unfurl as they steep. This one is more granular than long and leafy. Or, at least the batch I received, is.

As well, this just doesn’t taste strongly of peach, to me. Third time I’ve had it, this time it’s cooled to almost lukewarm, and it’s the most peachy that I’ve found it so far. It definitely needs sweetener, and while I do enjoy it (it’s smoooooth like butter), it’s just not luscious and ripe and juicy like I want a peach tea to be.

In fairness, I’ve yet to find a peach tea that’s luscious and ripe and juicy tasting. So on that scale, if I’m comparing to others, this one does a bang-up job. At the top 5% of the peach teas I’ve had, so far.

Still, there’s an artificial quality to this that I just don’t dig, and it bugs me. I’ll steep it a few more times in different ways (this is my third? fourth? try) to see if I can pull out it’s juiciness, minus the aftertaste. As well, I steeped it a bit long and hot this time, which may be the issue.

Graciously received from Impeach Tea via my Instagram account (http://instagram.com/teatravelninja) in exchange for honest reviews and shares.

Flavors: Artificial, Butter, Peach, Smooth

Preparation
Boiling 5 min, 0 sec 2 tsp 12 OZ / 354 ML

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