Ginger Peach 100% White Tea Bags
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This rare tea offers the lushness of a fancy peach seasoned with the tingle of spicy ginger in a base of 100% White Tea. For thousands of years, the peach has been China's darling of longevity.
Authentic 100% White Tea only grows in the majestic mountains of China’s Fujian Province. Tender white downy buds are hand-plucked just two days of the year, right before the leaf opens. With small yields and high demands, it remains one of the world’s most rare teas. We are honored to offer you this season’s harvest featuring delicate flavor notes and a sweet, lingering finish. White tea is the least processed of all tea varietals and retains more of its antioxidants, known as polyphenols. Discover tea in its most natural state and raise a cup to good health.
100% White Tea is low in caffeine. More about caffeine.
Steeping white tea is easy. Simply heat fresh, filtered water just short of boiling. Then pour water over tea and steep for 30-60 seconds (if using tea bags) or 2-3 minutes (if using full-leaf.)
100% White Tea, natural peach flavor and ginger
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What our Citizens are saying about this great gift of the leaf...
Wonderful when made correctly
My son and I venture to try many flavors of tea. We love this one when made as directed but if the water starts to actually boil the flavor changes significantly. It is one of our favorites overall.
Morning (before breakfast), afternoon (Tea Break!), and evening (a delicious way to unwind and relax)...this tea is enjoyed sip by sip.
Simply the best
Oh my goodness, this one gave me a headache. Peach is one of my favorite scents and flavors, which is why I chose this. Yet even for me, a peach lover, there was WAY too much peach scent. It was like concentrated air freshener. Couldn't enjoy the tea. I love several other flavors from Republic of Tea, and will continue to buy those, but not this one.
I wish I had the experience of other reviewers but I find the taste of this tea so subtle that it's bland. I started out making iced tea with it and it was just boring and tasteless. It is somewhat better hot and maybe it will grow on me, but it certainly hasn't wowed me.