Organic Peachy Green

Tea type
Black Fruit Green Blend
Black Tea, Green Tea, Natural Flavours
Dry Grass, Peach, Spinach, Wheat, Bitter, Fruity, Green, Sweet, Tea
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Kosher, Organic
Edit tea info Last updated by Amanda
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185 °F / 85 °C 4 min, 15 sec 9 oz / 280 ml

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A refreshing blend of green & black teas with flowery peach and delicate cucumber notes, with other natural flavors.

Steep 8 fl. oz. at 175 degrees F for 3 mins.

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14 Tasting Notes

3 tasting notes

It’s pleasant if you are looking for a mild tea. If you drink it right after a stronger tea, it tastes like spinach. Honestly though, it doesn’t really matter because the taste just isn’t exactly there.

Flavors: Dry Grass, Peach, Spinach, Wheat

195 °F / 90 °C 8 min or more

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5 tasting notes

This tea seemed really good in the description from the website I bought it from, but unfortunately, mixing green and black teas together is not a really good idea. The temperature that you need to steep them at is very different, and so is the steeping time, resulting in a cup that is either too weak, or burnt. Also, the peachy undertones really don’t help at all here, as I find them to be very artificial. The smell is great though!

Flavors: Bitter, Fruity, Peach

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62 tasting notes

It’s not that this tea is offensive, but it’s disappointing. It has a tantalizing, very subtle fruity smell that would make an excellent perfume (!), but the taste is nearly nonexistent. It’s as though Tazo took a mild green tea and then blunted its edge by adding other, sweeter flavors—but not enough to replace the tastes they dulled. The result is bland and watery tea.

I can possibly convince myself of a hint of sweetness and tang in the tea’s aftertaste, but it really takes focus! If the package weren’t labeled, I would have no idea what flavors I should be detecting.

Flavors: Green, Sweet

4 min, 0 sec 12 OZ / 354 ML

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4 tasting notes

Smells nice but I can barely detect the peach flavour so this just ends up tasting like a generic green tea with a hint of something else.

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2 tasting notes

This is a nice, light tea that goes especially well with sandwiches. I was able to taste a bit of the cucumber, not so much the peach. It tastes mostly like a light green tea.

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484 tasting notes

Overboard TTB.

This one just tasted like green tea to me. The concept is interesting, I don’t think I’ve seen a peach-cucumber tea before, but I don’t really taste the flavors here.

Flavors: Tea

Boiling 3 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML

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199 tasting notes

Well, this was sad. No peach whatsoever, and even the cucumber was questionable. This basically tasted like a light green tea. I had it both hot and cold back to back just to see if the flavor would be much different, but I wasn’t impressed either way. Don’t get me wrong…it’s not a bad tea. I will still drink it, but I will drink it when I want a light, cold green tea. That’s it.

Flavors: Green

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24 tasting notes

I hadn’t heard about Tazo tea before my adorable A.C gave me some samples for my trip back to Sweden. This is my first try of Peachy Green and my feelings are mixed.
For someone that doesn’t like strong tea or perhaps want something light to combine with milk and sugar, I think this one would be a quite good suggestion. But for someone who loves tea with lots of flavors and strong scents and tastes, this is nothing to recommend.
This one is light in its taste. I can’t smell so much scents when you smell it either. Just a small scent of peach and grass.
Perhaps this is a good ice tea or good to combine with ginger cookies? hmm. This one is difficult… I have tree samples left so I have a few more times to experiment. Let’s see if I can make this one work in some way.

180 °F / 82 °C 3 min, 0 sec 8 OZ / 250 ML

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303 tasting notes

I did score some tea when I was in NOLA. Two kinds of Tazo from Whole Foods, three loose leafs from a local tea shop, and one bag of Intelligentsia’s jasmine (at O’Hare, but it counts). This is the first Tazo – I figured it would be nice to have some easily drunk bagged greens for travel, so this was an experiment.

These are not so ideal for travel, though – the little envelopes are paper, which always irks me. Paper is fine as long as there’s also an outer layer of plastic – however pointless and wasteful – but I do prefer just plastic. (Kusmi have it down for sure; great, pretty plastic envelopes, and really lovely tea bags inside.) In addition, with a recommended steeping temperature of 80 degrees C, this is a little too finicky for travel water.

In the bag, this smells of nothing. Steeped, this also smells of nothing. Possibly a slight whiff of cucumber, but it’s more reminiscent of zucchini, seeing as I so rarely come across warm cucumber. Flavour wise, I don’t get any peach whatsoever, only a somewhat fishy vegetal flavour presence that doesn’t really linger. I assumed this would be a plain green (you know, with a name like ‘Peachy Green’, but clearly I’m just not paranoid enough) but it is, in fact a green-black blend. This would explain the slight fishiness, if nothing else.

This isn’t unpalatable, but mostly because it just doesn’t have enough flavour to have personality. It’s fairly unoffensive and definitely something I will try to cold steep, or drink with food. However, it’s quite far from the perfect, peachy green travel tea I was looking for.

ETA: When it cools, it acquires a round sweetness that is quite pleasing and does carry some small peachy note. +5

[Picked up at Whole Foods in NOLA, March 2014.]

175 °F / 79 °C 3 min, 0 sec

Were you specifically looking for a straight green? I love Bangkok from H&S, and I’ve had the bagged version too, and I found it great. It even held up to a resteep. It’s also called “Green Tea with Coconut & Ginger” for the bagged form on their website. :)


No, a straight peachy green! Because PEACH.

I’ve only had one tea from H&S so far (the loathsome Queen) but Kat_Maria included at least one for me to try in our swap, and I’m excited to learn more about their products. I honestly have no idea where to find them around here, but I will keep my eyes open, in case that coconut & ginger is lurking somewhere – thanks for the suggestion!


Haha of course. Peach. Peach is not my forte for teas. I do really enjoy H&S flavoured greens. More so than any of their other teas I’ve tried. I know here, Chapters carries some flavours. Maybe something similar there?


I don’t mind paper tea bags. you can put them in a reusable ziploc bag.


They only seem to have the one distributore esclusivo and what they offer is this:

But hey – that’s a jasmine! (Also, ‘pomograte’, hehe.)


TB: Yeah, but that means an additional bag in my bag in my bag, and all this… to hold a bag. Not for travel.

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138 tasting notes

i wanted to like this one and i thought i would, since it’s green tea with peach! i love fresh peaches & peach flavoring, and since i have a bunch of straight greens on hand i thought i’d try a fruity one. plus, i also had a great experience with Tazo’s other fruity green offering, Decaf Lotus Blossom.

this one is a letdown.

it has a somewhat ashy green tea base (not sure which one is used) that got bitter very quickly! in fact, it is so bitter now after having cooled, i’m not sure i can finish my cup. i’m not entirely sure if i’d write this one off as undrinkable as i think i should adjust my steeping parameters from 3 to 2 minutes and let it infuse in considerably cooler water next time, just to be sure.

for me, the only redeeming quality about this tea is that the aroma is definitely better when cooled & the peach opens up more, but it is soo bitter! ack.

Flavors: Peach


If you’re looking for peachy green, I’ve been enjoying American Tea Room’s Immortal Green quite a bit lately. I wouldn’t call it a super fresh peach taste, but it’s delightful and occasionally with a brown sugar note.


thank you so much for your recommendation :) sounds lovely, will check it out. also, +1 for a brown sugar note!

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