Peaches and Cream

Tea type
Fruit White Blend
Ingredients
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Flavors
Creamy, Mango, Peach
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Caffeine
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Average preparation
195 °F / 90 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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Peach mango and pineapple white tea.

Ingredients: White Pai mu tan tea, lily blossom, sunflower petals, mango pieces, pineapple pieces, papaya pieces and natural flavouring.

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79
1759 tasting notes

Peaches! oh yes this is peach. Almost like peach juice!! The first steep was anyhow. Very sweet. WAY too sugary on the first steep but the second one was great, balanced and flavourful! The white tea peeked out in just the right way, showing the parts of white peony that I love :)
Third steep was more of the same, but less intense.
So first steep: 72 Second steep: 84 Third steep: 79
Thanks K for sharing the pot!

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316 tasting notes

This tea is light and peachy. Although I’m also tasting mango in here… Added a bit of sugar and it tastes good. Still not better than DT’s version.

Flavors: Creamy, Mango, Peach

Preparation
195 °F / 90 °C 2 min, 30 sec

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85
620 tasting notes

4.5 tsp for 1L water @85C, steeped 3 minutes.

Dry leaf: lots of big, unfurled leaves, light and dark green, plus bits of dried fruit and some red and white blossoms (pomegranate and sunflower). Strong scent of papaya that sort of resembles peach. Sort of.

Wet leaf: dark green, slightly less-scented.

Liquor: bronze. Dark for a white tea.

So the dried fruit is mango, papaya, and pineapple coated in sugar and citric acid. There’s also “natural flavours.” Don’t be frightened off — this one works. The scent is a bit strong on the first steep and may lessen on a second. Lots of peach-like taste, though I can tell it’s not peaches. Decent white-tea taste as well, with lots of tea oils released into the water. Very nice mouth-feel.

While this is not a tea I’d want every day, it does deliver a peachy aroma and taste, and the flavouring does not overpower the white tea.

I’ve had this tea before and steeped it too long then. Treat this one delicately, no warmer than 85C on the water and a short steep, and you should get a pleasantly peachy white tea. With hotter water or a long steep time, this blend can get bitter fast.

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85
562 tasting notes

From my Giant Peach taste off:

This one is peachy but it also has the taste of the other fruits (pineapple, mango, papaya). It’s not too bad… I’m torn about how I feel about this one. But it is really good.

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89
4 tasting notes

Mellow flavour, tastes great. I can make three pots of tea out of one bag. Tastes awesome as an iced tea too

Preparation
3 min, 30 sec

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