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185 °F / 85 °C 2 min, 45 sec 7 g 12 oz / 354 ml

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  • “Super sad sipdown! I quite like this tea, I wish it was a little more peachy, but the creamyness is really tasty. Reminds me I’m due for a Lupicia order, though I really hate their shipping price...” Read full tasting note
  • “It’s not as cold anymore (Okay, Canadians, I know 10 C doesn’t seem very cold to you considering your current weather situation, but it’s really been unusually chilly and wet here.) so I can drink...” Read full tasting note
  • “Odd! I know this is supposed to be peach but it tastes kinda almondy to me. Like in an almond flavor kind of way. I get the texture and mouthfeel of matcha here from the added matcha powder. I...” Read full tasting note
  • “I decided I was going to cold brew this last night and it is pretty good that way, which is fortunate since I didn’t care for it very much when it was hot. It’s a beautiful sunny day here and it’s...” Read full tasting note

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MOMOKO captures the enchanting nature of a graceful Japanese beauty. The inviting flavors of luscious peach and sweet vanilla are accented with lovely flowers in a fresh green tea base. This tea is exceptional without any added sweetener, as an amazing sweetness comes through in the tea leaves, enhanced by the peach and vanilla. Try hot or iced for a brew to be enjoyed throughout the year.

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8941 tasting notes

sipdown! (fair warning, i’m aiming for at least 290 by the end of the weekend, and this puts me at 301)

this is NOT the tea for me. I don’t mind the peach taste so much but behind the vanilla taste there’s a floral taste that makes me want to cry. It smells delicious! and i really like how the vanilla is in with the peach, but that floral thing going on makes this a NO tea. this might be a really nice tea for someone who enjoys more floral green teas… rating reflects my dislike for floral things…ick.


Mmmm flowers :D



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3229 tasting notes

Sipdown, 775. Thanks to CHAroma for this teabag!

I think this one might have been a bit old, and the tea seemed a bit dusty when I opened the packet, so I’m not sure that this will be the most accurate review. The aroma is very classic Lupicia peach, but I’m not sure I am very fond of the green base. I’m generally not keen on green bases, so that’s not particularly surprising; I think I like the peach flavour better with a green oolong base.

180 °F / 82 °C 2 min, 0 sec

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358 tasting notes

This is a pretty little tea, with long, flat green tea leaves and large, sparkly sugar crystals. There are little blue petals and pink rose petals. The dry leaves smell lightly of juicy peach, and the aroma of the tea itself is very floral, with a note of sweet peach. The flavor is lightly grassy with a sweet finish. There is a fresh peach aftertaste that reminds me of eating peach icecream. In the little town that my mom lives in there is a small country icecream parlor that has the best peach icecream, with big chunks of peaches in the icecream, and this tea reminds me of that. It’s actually a pretty sweet cup on it’s own, but I added a little sugar to bring out more of the peachy flavor. I’m not really getting any vanilla from this, just a light grassy taste with a hint of fresh peaches. Very calming for an afternoon cup. Thank you, Mercuryhime, for this sample!!

-Dry blend has long flat green tea leaves with large sugar crystals, small blue petals and small pink rose petals.
-Dry leaves smell lightly of fresh peaches. Tea liquor aroma is floral with a note of sweet peaches.
-Tea liquor is a clear bright medium yellow color.
-Light grassy flavor with a sweet finish. Lingering fresh peach aftertaste.
-Best with sweetener.
-Good tea. A lightly flavored cup of fresh peaches.

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Peach ice cream with chunks of peaches! Yum!!

Josie Jade

It is the best icecream. I’m not a huge fan of peaches, but I do crave this icecream every time I think about it! :)

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635 tasting notes

Today was a long annoying day. I really needed a tea break. This tea came to my rescue! I made sure to be more careful with the water to leaf ratio than I had been a couple days ago with the Happiness tea.

Oh, yum yum yummy yum! This tea is floral, fruity, and oh so sugary sweet. Delicious! Delish-ioso! So so good! Plus, it re-steeps exceedingly well. It really helped me through the day. I’m upping the rating again, this time from 77 to 81.

If you haven’t tried this yet and enjoy sweet, flavored green teas, add this to your shopping list while it’s still in season! It comes around in the springtime, and I highly recommend it. It keeps well over long periods of time in your cupboard too, which is a definite plus.

See my other notes for a more descriptive play-by-play…

200 °F / 93 °C 1 min, 30 sec

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1474 tasting notes

Hm. Peach? Maybe. I’m getting more of an almond flavor out of this, weirdly enough. Almond green tea, with a hint of something fruity – not enough to get peach out of it though. It’s light and the base is nice, it’s just far from what I’d expected when I grabbed this.

This may be my first Lupicia tea, and for that I have to thank akgrowngirl for sending it to me.

175 °F / 79 °C 2 min, 30 sec 2 tsp 12 OZ / 354 ML

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2201 tasting notes

I received this in my New Year Happy Bag. This is a tea I would probably never order on my own, as I am not super usually taken with peach tea. Not that I dislike it, but I don’t crave it or anything. I was surprised to see little crystals—sugar?—in the tea, but they are pretty subtle so I suppose I’ll give it a pass. The dry leaf was very pretty and it smelled very peachy and floral.

Brewed, the aroma reminds me of some of the other flavored green teas I’ve had, in a favorable way. I think it’s that fruity and floral combination. The flavor is definitely predominantly peach, with some rosy floral notes and a vanilla that smooths everything over. I can see how people get candy from this, but to me it’s not really quite candy-ish (possibly because I haven’t had a lot of peach candy). The vanilla does prevent much of a sweet fresh peach flavor, but it works well. The green tea kind of innocuously sits in the background, providing some green freshness to cut through the candy.

I am realizing that my taste in flavored greens seems to be narrowing. It’s not that I dislike fruity greens, but they don’t really speak to me right now. I think I would really love this one if it was on an oolong base.

170 °F / 76 °C 2 min, 0 sec

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658 tasting notes

Sipdown! I finished this off with brunch. The peach flavor is still lovely. Natural, yet strong enough to hold up against pancakes and potatoes. Not a reorder, but something I’d happily drink if offered. Thanks for the taste, oOTeaOo!


If you ever find this come your way again, try it cold. Momoko makes a very nice iced tea.


Oh wow I bet you’re right! Good idea!

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2391 tasting notes

Another one from Dinosara! thank you! This one just seemed dreamy. Peach, vanilla, flowers and interesting sugar crystals all on a nice buttery sencha base? Sounds great to me. It really is! I love the flavors here. It seems I couldn’t particularly pick out vanilla flavors, but it doesn’t seem there is any actual vanilla pieces here anyway. The peach is a little bit like those peach candy rings again, but I don’t mind it. I know it can be worse: there are some peach flavored teas that taste like gasoline. yuck. The flowers added a nice touch as well. It’s nice and refreshing for this hot day! It might be the sugar crystals but the tin of this reminds me of a jewelry box full of trinkets or a candy box…


Sounds lovely.

And yeah, I know what you mean about some peach flavored teas tasting like gasoline…

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4847 tasting notes

I got my newsletter and sample the other day.

The aroma of this – especially while brewing – is amazing. The peach scent is so intense. Beautifully, marvelously peachy!

A nice peach flavor. The sweet, buttery taste of the tea comes through nicely and presents itself strongly throughout the sip. A pleasant vegetative taste to it.

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558 tasting notes

This was a free sample included in the Lupicia Monthly Magazine. Upon tearing open the tea sachet foil package, my nose was hit with a scent of ripe peaches and peach blossom. The floral notes were quite strong, but the fresh, ripe peach was still there. I wasn’t exactly sure how to steep this, but learned after looking at their website that it was a green based tea, so I decided to heat my water to 175F and steep for 1:30min.

The liquor is a light olive green, almost a matcha esque color, but more transparent than matcha. The aroma steeped is still peachy floral. The taste is similar to peach candy, almost reminds me of a peach bellini or Wallaby darned at Outback steakhouse. Sweet peach liquor with a touch of floral. The green tea base is buttery and a great pair with the peach flavors in this. I really enjoy this new tea!

175 °F / 79 °C 1 min, 30 sec

I hate that they don’t have steeping info (well at least not in English) on their samples! I usually end up tearing out the part of the “magazine” (actually a newsletter/flier) that describes the sample and how to brew it, and folding it up and putting it with the package. That being said, I do enjoy getting their high-quality samples monthly and will probably place another order in time to re-up my subscription. This one sounds yummy!

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