Peaches and Cream

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Fruit Oolong Blend
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190 °F / 87 °C 3 min, 0 sec 8 oz / 236 ml

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This high grade Chinese Oolong contains papaya pieces, peach pieces, pomegranate flowers, safflowers and natural aroma. This less oxidized Chinese Oolong has an inherent fruitiness that pairs well with the added papaya, peach and pomegranate. If you love our Mate Peach, Dragonheart or Ice Age you are going to want to try this new Oolong.

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3134 tasting notes

Hmm. It seems I’m really not too big of a fan of Teaopia, so I’m not so crushed that they’re gone… This one’s another big miss for me. It sounds absolutely divine, but the flavour is weak and slightly fruity. In the aftertaste I can taste unsweetened fuzzy peach; perhaps it’s meant to be drank with sugar, but that’s a black mark for me. I can’t really taste the oolong at all, even though there’s clearly a lot in there. Bleh. Well, it’s not terrible, it’s just really, really boring. What a bummer. I’m glad I didn’t waste too much money at Teaopia; companies with small sample sizes are definitely the way to go.

195 °F / 90 °C 3 min, 0 sec

Yeah I’ve never been much of a fan of Teaopia either. They were my first loose leaf, and part of the reason why it took me many years to get on the loose leaf train. I just find a lot of their blends lack flavour, or taste pretty similar. And for whatever reason it really irks me when tea stores won’t sell you sample sizes. If your product is good, people will be back for more! It strikes me as kind of shady to make customers buy a bigger quantity right off the bat.


Yes. Lack of flavour is really what I’ve been noticing with their blends, and I am one who really wants flavour! That and the ability to buy sample sizes is what really sets DavidsTea apart from them (slash Teavana); flavourlessness is one thing I haven’t had a big problem with with DavidsTea.

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8241 tasting notes

SIpdown! and i’m not sure if i got this from kittenna or indigobloom either way this totally reminds me of tim horton’s peach drink. I’m not getting that oolong taste in this so i’m ok with it…since well, artificial peach drink is one of my guilty gross pleasures haha


wasn’t me, I wanted to try this one at one point


Yeppers, it was me :P

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1680 tasting notes

wow, peaches!!! the essence was quite strong here. More so than in yesterdays white tea, by volumes.
The oolong base was nice as well… I feel that this is a MUCH nicer base than they used in the plum tea. It’s more crisp and defined, and really allows the peach to dance around, making it a bit more complex. Oh and the cream part… I can find that to. Very nice! mild, hiding in the back, but perfect for the blend.
Now, despite all of this, I’ve decided that I am not a big fan of peach tea. I can see how someone might fall in love with it… it has all the qualities necessary for that! it’s just is not “the one” for me. Still, I’m thrilled to have tried it! and that I’m beginning to learn my tea tastes a bit better now.

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1887 tasting notes

I thought for sure I’d logged all those Teaopia teas I purchased back when they were having their big “We’re-being-taken-over-by-Teavana Sale” but either I was mistaken or Steepster ate the tasting notes. Anyways, I’ll see about remedying that.

The smell when I opened the pouch was very sweet, creamy and fruity to the point of being almost too much. Some other Steepsterites have called it artificial and I can sort of see where they’re coming from. I expected the tea to taste equally as sweet and creamy but unfortunately I was disappointed – I still got the peachy notes particularly as the tea cooled off, but the rest was sadly missing. A bit of a let down all told.

175 °F / 79 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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286 tasting notes

I had this earlier today while I was fighting with my ex-boyfriend and crying. Also, I’m sick. This might be a terrible reflection on the true taste of this tea, but I was a bit let down. It smells very creamy and delicious, however, the taste didn’t quite live up to that aroma.

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65 tasting notes

This one is pretty good. It definitely has a good, strong peach aroma when I open the bag. Once brewed, it’s the pleasant, smooth flavor I expect from an Oolong. I’m surprised I don’t get more peach flavor, but maybe my peach taste buds are on strike after all the peaches I’ve been eating this summer?

I did find that compared to the milk oolong, the peaches and cream has more broken leaves once steeped. It’s not the end of the world for me, but I thought it odd.

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31 tasting notes

I actually quite like this! The dry leaf smell is absolutely divine, and though the liquor’s aroma is decidedly much more subtle, I still quite like it. The leaves swell up to an alarming size, so make sure you have enough room in your vessel!! The flavour is wonderfully smooth, with a healthy astringency that reminds me of Chinese restaurants. Quite lovely at a slightly cooler temperature than normal just so you can appreciate the full flavour in your mouth. I might try it with a shorter steep time next time. Would buy again for sure.

190 °F / 87 °C 2 min, 0 sec

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746 tasting notes

At long last, I’m having this one from Ceylon Star and while it was mild, it is actually nice and not too cloying fake.

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6 tasting notes

Definitely one of my favorites. This tea is like drinking a peaches & cream Popsicle. I even drink it cold as a iced tea. Delicious!

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72 tasting notes

As another reviewer has mentioned, I also cannot get past the perfume-y, chemical taste. It leaves a strange, heavy aftertaste on the tongue, as if I was just drinking some kind of floral perfume, minus the alcohol. The flavour is okay, but nothing that would keep me coming back for more. I like that it’s not as heavy in the creamy department as some oolongs, it’s a bit lighter and definitely peachy, but not as peachy as I would have hoped.

180 °F / 82 °C 3 min, 30 sec

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