Peach Black Tea

Tea type
Black Fruit Blend
Ingredients
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Flavors
Creamy, Peach, Strawberry, Nectar, Toasty
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Average preparation
Boiling 3 min, 45 sec

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  • “Hmm. So this is weird. I’ve brewed this tea hot a few times and always knew that it would make a better iced tea. So, recently I cold brewed a big batch of this. I did it in the laziest way...” Read full tasting note
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  • “This is another one of those opportunities to compare and contrast. My first loose leaf tea after Twinings was Churchill’s Peachy Black. I liked it so much that I drank it pretty often, and I...” Read full tasting note
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Hmm. So this is weird. I’ve brewed this tea hot a few times and always knew that it would make a better iced tea. So, recently I cold brewed a big batch of this. I did it in the laziest way possible by pouring in a bunch of tea into a pitcher and let it sit overnight. The next day, the tea was nice and crisp with peachy flavors. Well, I have since left it for about a week with the tea leaves sitting in the bottom and am now drinking it again this morning. And I’ll be damned if I’m not tasting a creamy peach strawberry(!?). The peach is there but underneath, almost an aftertaste, it keeps reminding me of a creamy strawberry flavor. I have no idea what is going on but I honestly don’t mind it. Very odd, is all.

Anyone else ever have this happen? Where you let a tea cold brew for a long time and the texture and flavor profile change on you?

Flavors: Creamy, Peach, Strawberry

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This is another one of those opportunities to compare and contrast. My first loose leaf tea after Twinings was Churchill’s Peachy Black. I liked it so much that I drank it pretty often, and I thought that my eyes would never stray to another peach black tea. I was engaged to this tea.

Of course, so many things have changed since then. And I found myself wanting to see what was out there—play the field, you know. I picked up this peach black blend by Prestogeorge on a day trip to Pittsburgh just so I could compare the two.

The differences are apparent just by smell alone. Churchill seemed to opt for a more floral peach flavor, so that the tea was more like peach blossoms. Don’t think I didn’t notice the dried fruit pieces in there as well; I appreciate your dedication to the idea that fruit, and not fruit flavors, are giving this tea its taste.

Prestogeorge seemed to go for a peach nectar/juicy flavor. And while both flavors are very nice, I have to say that I personally prefer Prestogeorge’s. It’s a little peachier, a lot more audacious. The tea itself is less drying and a little toastier. It makes my palate tingle.

Even though I am going to Cincinnati this weekend, I decided not to pick up more of Churchill’s Peachy Black, which makes me a little sad in a “lost relic of childhood” kind of way. But I look forward to the new adventures this tea hobby is taking me on regardless.

Flavors: Nectar, Peach, Toasty

Preparation
Boiling 3 min, 45 sec 1 tsp

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