Review: TeaGschwendner Yellow Peach

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Thumbs up!"The taste is very fresh and sweet at the beginning of the sip, but finishes with a slight tartness that lingers on the tongue after swallowing. It evokes memories of that first bite of a fresh, juicy peach on a warm summer's day."
Cindy’s Teaview: 10/10
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teagyellowpeachYou know how every once in awhile you come across an absolutely perfect tea at the absolutely perfect time? Yellow Peach is one of those teas for me. Living in Florida, we have pretty much jumped over spring and right into summer. This tea goes right along with the warmer weather's emphasis on fresh fruits.

At first glance, my sample looked to me like it could have been an oolong. But, according to TeaGschwendner's website, it is listed under their green tea category and described as a yellow tea from the Wuyi Mountains in northern Fujian Province, China. There are actual dried sunflower blossoms in the blend which adds to it being an absolutely beautiful tea to look at. The peach is apparent in the aroma of the dry leaves, but fairly muted.

Once brewed, the liquor is a golden yellow color and the peach aroma is more prominent. From the very first sip, there is no doubt that this is indeed a peach tea, even though actual peach is not listed as an ingredient. The taste is very fresh and sweet at the beginning of the sip, but finishes with a slight tartness that lingers on the tongue after swallowing. It evokes memories of that first bite of a fresh, juicy peach on a warm summer's day. I enjoyed this hot and it was delightful, but I have no doubt that it will make an amazing iced tea as well. As an added bonus, it held up extremely well to a second infusion.

— To purchase TeaGschwendner Yellow Peach, or for more specific information on ingredients or the story behind this particular tea, click here to go directly to the manufacturer's web site.

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