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Plantation Peach | Charleston Tea Plantation


Recently, I visited the Charleston Tea Plantation located on Wadamalaw Island, South Carolina and I had a blast! Surrounded by, tasting and learning about tea was the agenda and I could not leave without taking some Charleston Tea home with me. There were so many to choose from but I got my hands on Plantation Peach by Charleston Tea Plantation and oh is it delicious!

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THE HUE

THE HUE: Plantation Peach | Charleston Tea Plantation

You know my favorite word to describe black teas: Amber-y. Plantation Peach by Charleston Tea Plantation is a deep golden hue that almost resembles a perfectly baked peach cobbler.

 

THE SCENT

THE SCENT: Plantation Peach | Charleston Tea Plantation

You guessed it! Plantation Peach by Charleston Tea Plantation tea smells like peach. There is a slight herb aroma of the Camellia Sinensis which compliments the fruity scents of peach.

THE SCENT: Plantation Peach | Charleston Tea Plantation
 

THE SIP

THE SIP: Plantation Peach | Charleston Tea Plantation

THE SIP: Rose Petal Black Tea | The Tao of Tea
 

THE EFFECT

THE EFFECT: Rose Petal Black Tea | The Tao of Tea

Plantation Peach makes me a bit nostalgic for the summer that zoomed by so fast. The golden hue reminds me of the sun and the peach notes makes me think of fresh summer fruits.

I will definitely be saving Plantation Peach for summer 2017 since I prefer it chilled but I will hold onto it this autumn and winter to never forget summer dreams.

THE EFFECT: Rose Petal Black Tea | The Tao of Tea
 

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Series: Adventures, Tea Time | Charleston Tea Plantation
 

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