Peach Teas: Millions of Peaches, Peaches for Me!
Peaches and peach tea is synonymous with the peak of summer. What is your favorite way to enjoy peaches?
“Movin’ to the country,
Gonna eat a lot of peaches…”
– The band Presidents of the United States of America
We love cheery, luscious peach teas. Peaches are often in your fruit salad. How about grilled peaches? Or, a baked peach tart served with August Peach Oolong. The floral aromas of our peach teas linger and delight the senses.
Native to Asia and brought to America by Europeans, peach trees are prolific throughout the country. The trees are cultivated in Georgia, South Carolina, California and 21 other states. The peach tree was the “workhorse of fruit trees” at Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello.
This juice-loaded peach is full of nutrients including vitamins A, C, E and K plus iron, potassium, magnesium, zinc and copper. Not only is it a hydrating food it’s also high in fiber.
Peach Fuzz Peach Tea Bellini Cocktail Recipe
Makes 6 drinks
4 teaspoons Peach Fuzz White Tea
1 cup hot water
2 peaches, cubed
1 tablespoon fresh lemon juice
1 teaspoon local honey
1 bottle chilled sparkling wine
Want a height of the season peach tea cocktail? Prepare tea strong, steep for three minutes, in one cup hot water. Place the peaches, lemon juice, and sugar in the bowl of a food processor fitted with a steel blade and process until smooth. Press the mixture through a sieve and discard the peach solids in the sieve. Place 2 tablespoons of the peach puree into each Champagne glass and fill with cold prosecco. Serve immediately.
Our Favorite Peach Teas
Grab a peach and check out our juicy peach teas:
Ginger Peach Black Tea
Generous bits of succulent, sweet peaches and the spiciness of cinnamon, ginger and cloves create a luscious aroma and enjoyable infusion. One of our customers describes Ginger Peach Black Tea perfectly: “Steeped it smells divine, like fresh from the oven peach cobbler. There’s definitely a lot going on here. Cinnamon + ginger reads like a chai to me, and this is definitely a warming, comforting tea. The peach is delicious, juicy, and present consistently throughout the sip.” -Kat
Peach Fuzz White Tea
This summery blend is a melange of slender white tea buds and stems punctuated with bright bits of peach and safflower. It brews into a cheery, orange-colored infusion that speaks to its summery flavor. The complex aroma is malty and rich, with notes of baked sweets. The smooth, syrupy mouthfeel of this lush blend makes it ideal for iced tea in warm weather.
Peach Vineyard Black Tea
Deep, luscious flavor offer hints of black currant and are reminiscent of harvest season on a vineyard. With a solid, full-flavored black tea as its base, our Peach Vineyard has a bouquet of berry, earthy undertones and a winey character. A tartness plays out with hints of soft spice and natural sweetness. Read more about our Peach Vineyard black tea.
August Peach Oolong
Cheerful peach notes dance on the tongue while oolong tea leaves solid finish. Sublime and sweet but not overpowering, the brewed leaf is dripping with peach notes. After the initial sweetness comes deep, woodsy oolong overtones with hints of cocoa and roasted fruits.
Peach Apricot Green Honeybush
Powerful peach notes make up the core flavor of this naturally caffeine-free infusion. Appealing apricot adds sweetness and flavor and Green Honeybush gives it a woodsy undertone. Rose petals add a soft floral note (as well as visual appeal) to the blend.
Peach Infusion Hibiscus Fruit Tea
The juicy peach notes of this blend come forward in the first sip. Hibiscus blossoms, apples, papaya, currants, blueberries and strawberries round out into a very fruity blend. Peach mellows out the tart hibiscus and berries, while apple adds a creamy note.
Peaches & Kiwi Hibiscus Fruit Tea
At once exotic and familiar, it’s a surprising (and surprisingly delicious) blend that kids and grown-ups both love. Kiwi, hibiscus and pineapple give it a tangy flavor, like a peach getting shot through with 10,000 volts of electricity. Peachy, tangy, bright… electric.