I cannot make this tea work. I think it’s the chamomile in it that makes it seem so bitter to me, which is a shame because it smells absolutely amazing.
“I finally got around to trying this iced – I dumped the last of the leaf in a pitcher and let it steep in the fridge for about eight or so hours. It’s definitely more flavourful and interesting...” Read full tasting note
“So I tried this iced a while back, and really wasn’t impressed at all. I’m not sure if that’s because I accidentally watered it down too much, or what – I’ve got a bit of a routine down for...” Read full tasting note
““Another Traveling Tea Box?!?!” I almost forgot to make breakfast because I’m trying all the teas this morning! This is similar to peach tranquility, but doesn’t have as full a mouthfeel. I prefer...” Read full tasting note
“My Breville came today, My Breville came today!!!!!!! Happy dance when I saw the brown box on my front porch today!!! Ok I have calmed down and decided to try it out. This is the first tea I...” Read full tasting note
An incredibly smooth blend of delicious peach pieces and downy white tea buds.
How to Prepare
Use 1.5 teaspoons of tea with 8oz of water. Heat water to 175-180 degrees and steep for 1-1.5 minutes. 2oz of tea equals 25-30 teaspoons.
Ingredients: Mao Feng white tea, apple bits, rosehips, candied pineapple bits (with sugar), peach bits (with rice flour separating agent), flavoring, sunflowers, Roman chamomile and lemon myrtle leaves.
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Getting through this “Oh, my god, I bought so much tea with my refund check” backlog.
I’m not big on flavored teas unless that flavor is peach. Normally, if I’m Teavana-ing, I go for Peach Tranquility, but that wasn’t an option this time around, so I went with this. It’s not bad. It’s pleasant. Nothing to write home about, really. (But enough to write on Steepster about!) I’ve been drinking it off and on at work all week, and today I mixed it with some jasmine green tea pearls. It was like drinking a hipster’s wedding bouquet. Strangely, I think that’s going to be my preferred method of consumption.
Really, I just want my Peach Tranquility back.
Flavors: Fruity, Peach
Dry tea has peach pieces, a so-so aroma, and yes — a goodly number of buds. Steeped 1.5 tsp in 8 oz at 180F for 1:15 min. I tasted it at 1 min — any longer and it would have been too bitter. Yikes! Really blah flavor; dumped first cup. Resteep went 5 min without bitterness, but there was obvious staleness in both aroma and flavor, I have to say. No more tea swaps in mid-Summer, I guess. This tea shipped to me in weather so hot that the truck probably exceeds 130F for hours on end. It’s a doggone chicken-fried shame!
I love white teas and teavana’s precious white peach is by far one of my favourites.
It’s light peach and floral scent is addictive in my opinion. I find that it’s soothing and relaxing to my senses. If you don’t like weak teas and need more of a punch to your teas, this one is not for you. It’s very subtle and should not be steeped for more than 2 minutes in 75C water.
First let me start by saying that I’m not a tea connoisseur. I have been drinking tea for years but never really realized how much I like tea and that it might be worth taking the time to learn more about, try different varieties, etc. So my perspective is a bit novice. That said, I really enjoy Precious White Peach by Teavana. What I like about it is it’s subtlety. This is the kind of tea that I can drink frequently and not get tired of it. I really enjoy the lightness and soothing feeling I get from this tea. The aroma of peaches. It is never overpowering. Just very relaxing.