love this. nice black tea with little bitterness and fairly strong natural peach flavor. surprisingly good unsweetened.
“HHTTB Ughghg, I hate when my tea not gets eaten :ppppppp" Let’s just say this is tasty with stevia & coconut milk” Read full tasting note
“Another good swap with JosieJade! I had forgotten that I used to quite like Stash Teas. This is a good black with good peach flavor.” Read full tasting note
“I’ve had this tea bad for quite a while, I forgot about it! I was in a hurry yesterday morning to get to class, but I needed caffeine! I grabbed into my teabag can, hoping to grab a black tea and I...” Read full tasting note
“2 bags for 500mL water, no sweetener or milk. I generally don’t care for flavoured black teas. Too often the black tea base is of a low quality, and the added flavour seems to mask, rather than...” Read full tasting note
Choice black teas blended with natural peach flavors for fragrant aroma and a delicately sweet, juicy taste.
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This is one of my husband’s favorite teas but I hadn’t tried it until now. I like it! The tea bag smells very peachy and the tea smells peachy as well. It definitely tastes best to me when sweetened and with milk added. The sugar brings out the peach flavor more, I think maybe because peaches are naturally sweet so peach flavor without sweetness is kind of incongruous. The milk smooths the flavor and texture. Also, I’d like to note that although I love the fruit, artificial peach flavor is not something I enjoy, but I liked the peach in this tea. Maybe that means most of the flavor is real vs artificial?
All in all, I would drink this plain, but it’s definitely nicer with milk and a little sugar. This tea isn’t super remarkable or memorable to me, but pleasant for sure.
I’ll be the first to admit I’m not a huge fan of fruity black blends. And because the Peach Black is made up of heartier black tea than I usually care for, I decided to steep it (the tea bag version) for only three minutes.
This tea has a lovely sweetness to it. I would agree with the descriptor “juicy”. The peach flavor is light and pleasant. However, I can’t get over the taste of this black tea; it’s far too astringent for me. I like my blacks smooth and unfortunately, the Assam in this blend sticks out like a sore thumb. To be honest, I don’t think its maltiness pairs well with the peach flavor.
I was hoping for more peach flavor after all the raving about this flavor in the tasting notes on steepster and in other places. But once again this one hit me as strongly smelling of peach, tasting of a good black and then a really thin peach additive in it. Worth the one morning sample, but I definitely wasn’t in love.