Peachy Clean

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Pu-erh White Blend
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Caffeine
Low
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Kosher, Vegan
Edit tea info Last updated by Roswell Strange
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  • “Picked up the three new teas today at 20% off as we were conveniently by a DT… started off with this one. You’d never know it was a pu’erh – it steeps up quite yellow and smells of ginger and a...” Read full tasting note
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  • “1.25 tsp for 300mL water @95C, steeped 4 minutes 30 seconds. Dry leaf: lots and lots of fruit pieces and oat straw. Not much actual tea. The label says “low caffeine.” Yeah, I bet. This looks much...” Read full tasting note
  • “A mug of tea that I had back in Saskatchewan, on Christmas Day, while opening presents with my dad, brother, and step mom in the evening! It was a nice cup – the ginger was the strongest element...” Read full tasting note

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Need a post-meal cleanse? Give your digestive system a break with this mouthwatering blend of white pu’erh, ginger and peach. With metabolism-boosting pu’erh tea, bloat-busting ginger and detoxifying dandelion root, it’s a fruity and spicy kickstarter that’ll leave you feeling ready for anything. Work that peach body.

Full-bodied and fruity, with a light peachy sweetness and a warming kick of ginger

Ginger, Apple, Pu’erh tea, Peach (peach, rice flour), Dandelion root, Safflower, Natural peach flavouring.

About DAVIDsTEA View company

DavidsTea is a Canadian specialty tea and tea accessory retailer based in Montreal, Quebec. It is the largest Canadian-based specialty tea boutique in the country, with its first store having opened in 2008.

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Picked up the three new teas today at 20% off as we were conveniently by a DT… started off with this one. You’d never know it was a pu’erh – it steeps up quite yellow and smells of ginger and a hint of peach. Taste is similar – ginger in the forefront, a dash of peach, and a bit of earthiness. Not fond of the earthiness, though it’s not too strong. I’d consider this to mostly be a ginger tea with a couple added ingredients; it’s ok, but not my favourite. Not recommended for those who dislike ginger!

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1.25 tsp for 300mL water @95C, steeped 4 minutes 30 seconds.

Dry leaf: lots and lots of fruit pieces and oat straw. Not much actual tea. The label says “low caffeine.” Yeah, I bet. This looks much more like a tisane than anything. And tisanes are fine. It’s just one of my peeves with DavidsTea: the blends generally contain very little tea. No pu-ehr aroma, which is fine with me, as pu-ehr and I, despite repeated attempts, just don’t get along. Lots of peachy scent.

Wet leaf: reconstituted apple pieces, wet oat straw, and … wait, is that a tea leaf? Much more ginger aroma to the wet leaf.

Liquor: cloudy yellow, like my urine when I have a kidney stone. I’m sorry for that analogy, but this is a very ugly liquor. I use a clear glass mug in part so I can see all the colours of a tea. Yeah, this one is NOT visually appealing. I’ll have to keep this one in a travel mug. (Note: sediment settles quickly, though the liquor remains cloudy. Yuck.)

Flavour: tartness and ginger first, followed by a decent peach flavouring, maybe some tartness-peel taste form the apple pieces. The ginger has some serious kick and is quite pleasant, but it dominates. Peach is a distant second, and it tends to get lost.

I can’t taste any tea — white, pu-ehr, or otherwise — in this blend. If I hadn’t read the label, I would assume this is a ginger peach tisane.

I agree with Roswell Strange; this blend needs a bit more heft and mouthfeel, something a bit creamy perhaps. I dunno, LIKE SOME ACTUAL TEA?

I expect this blend is excellent for digestion, and I would turn to this if nauseated. But it should be called Ginger Clean, not Peachy Clean. I’d also suggest that DavidsTea ditch the tiny amount of actual tea that’s what, just waved over this, call it a tisane, and be done.

Or do a proper peach white tea. I’d pay a lot of money for a good peach white tea.

In and of itself, a decent ginger blend. I knock of several points for misleading labelling and the appearance of the liquor.

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A mug of tea that I had back in Saskatchewan, on Christmas Day, while opening presents with my dad, brother, and step mom in the evening!

It was a nice cup – the ginger was the strongest element and it was warm and enveloping with a slight peppery quality and tickle in the back of the throat. The infusion was medium bodied, though the top notes felt a bit thin. The undertone was sweeter and more juicy peach, with that note building towards the finish ’causing the cup to end in a rich ripe fruit note that left me salivating a little bit. It was really well balanced, in my opinion.

Friendly reminder that I do not numerically rate DAVIDsTEA blends as I’m currently employed there and it would be an obvious conflict of interest. Any blends you see with numerical ratings were rated prior to my employment there. These reviews are a reflection of my personal thoughts and feelings regarding the teas, and not the company’s.

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