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Adagio Teas White Peach Tea Review

A Great Tasting Peach Tea

Summary : If your dreams consist of ripe peaches dangling from a tree, well, I have a tea for you. This peach tea from Adagio Teascomes about as close as you are going to get to muncing on a fresh peach right off the vine.

Review : I was in the mood for something sweet this evening. Why, I don't know. I just was. But I didn't want to go with my staple during sweet tooth times...which for me is peppermint tea. In fact, besides being in the mood for something sweet, I wanted something subtle too. And so, I began my search through my exotic tea collection and came across a recent purchase, a white tea infused with peach.

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The thought of having a peach tea really lifted up my spirits, perhaps because peaches are such a "summery" fruit and here it is, December. And so I popped open the tin that Adagio packs their samplers in and was greeted by a strong fragrance of, you guess it, peach!

This is how Adagio Teas describes their White Peach Tea on their website : "Premium white tea from Fujian region of China infused with the taste of ripe peaches. A wonderfully smooth and subtle treat, delectable both hot and cold. If you're new to white tea, this would be a good place to start."

One thing I like about Adagio Teasis that they don't "spin" their teas. In general, they do a very credible job of actually explaining what the tea tastes like and who might like it.

And once again, they were absolutely correct. This tea truly tastes like peaches. It smells like peaches. And it even looks like peaches.

True, this tea does have some sweetness, like all peaches do. But yet this tea is subtle. And like their other white teas...very, very smooth. The tea simply glides right down, providing both a nice aroma and a pleasant taste to your taste buds.

And yes, if you are new to white tea, this is indeed the white tea to start out on...at least if you like peaches to begin with. Otherwise, if peaches aren't your thing, but you like pears, I would suggest trying Adagios White Pear Tea instead.

Recommendation : Yes. This tea really does tastes what a peach tea should taste like. And it comes from super high quality white tea leaves to boot! In short, if you like peaches, click on over to Adagio Teas and pick yourself up some of this great and subtle white tea.

Tea Information and Brewing Instructions

  • Tea Reviewed : White Peach Tea
  • Manufacturer : Adagio Teas
  • Available from : Adagio Teas
  • Type of Tea : White Tea
  • Leaf Type : Loose
  • Date of Review : December 6th, 2006
  • Tea Rating :
  • Brewing Instructions : Use 1 teaspoon of leaves, although you'll need to use a bit more due to the large size of the leaves. Pour water with a temperature of 180 degrees over leaves and let brew for 7 minutes.

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