Stash Tea White Peach Wuyi Oolong Tea, 18 Count Tea Bags in Foil

Founded in 1972, Stash Tea Company originally operated out of an old Portland Victorian style house, supplying loose herbal teas and bulk herbs to natural food stores. Starting in 1975, the company broadened its focus to include bagged teas and then began to sell a full line of traditional, specialty blend and herbal teas directly to fine restaurants and through a mail order catalog to consumers. Today, Stash Tea Company is one of the largest specialty tea companies in the United States. The company derives its name from an entertaining aspect of tea folklore. In earlier centuries, tea was a valuable commodity traditionally transported by clipper ship. The ship’s captain often was presented with some of the finest teas for his personal use. This supply was his “stash,” stowed carefully as his “private reserve.” Today, the term is still used to denote anything put away carefully because of its preciousness.

Quick facts

  • Pack of six, 18 count (Total of 108 count)
  • Oolong tea grown in the Wuyi Mountains of China’s Fujian Province with a juicy and ripe white peach flavor
  • This refreshing, light tea can be enjoyed hot or iced
  • Kof-K Kosher certified, contains caffeine, ships in Frustration Free Packaging
  • Blended in the USA, with natural ingredients from around the world

Top reviews

Fruity Tea

I have been drinking tea for about 50 years or so, and Stash makes a great-tasting full-bodied tea. This tea has a smooth fruity taste (peach). It is not overbearing, but a nice subtle peachiness.

Individually sealed in a paper/foil pouch for added freshness, this tea is listed as having 100 % natural ingredients. They are, in the order listed, wuyi oolong tea
orange peel, lemongrass, and white peach flavor.

It has been said that oolong tea was named after the part of Wuyi mountain, in China, where it was originally produced. It is among the most popular types of teas served in typical Chinese restaurants. (I have also found Jasmine tea and varieties of green tea in typical Chinese restaurants¡Xand plum wine. Yum.)

It is also suggested that oolong tea is useful for weight loss. In my (non-medical) opinion (I am not a doctor), like anything else, it can HELP but won¡¦t carry the load. Oolong appears to be a diuretic, helping you to loose excess water. If you lose too much water, you might dehydrate or lose valuable potassium. So, I suggest that you limit yourself to 24 oz a day. As with anything else, seek guidance from your health care practitioner.

I suggest adding agave cactus juice, unbleached natural brown sugar, or honey, if you want a sweetener. I like fruity teas often in the evening, and instead of dessert.

Darn it! Now I¡¦m craving Chinese food and am snowed in–in a blizzard¡Xwith over 40 inches of snow on the ground. I wonder if they will deliver? º

QianaBaldwin, ND

Refreshing peach tea

I love drinking different peach tea’s during summer. The white peach oolong has a sweet peach flavor that has a slight lemmongrass flavor with a hint of citrus. I drink this tea with milk, sugar, peach bits, then chilled, and the taste really comes together well. Not as strong as Celestial Seasoning Country Passion Peach tea. I’ve also tried Liptons Peach tea which has a light pina colada flavor, but as far as white peach, it’s definitely a great Summer treat for the family picnic.
MirianOsgood, IN

delicious “dessert” tea!

Wow, this is good stuff! I brew mine up and pour into a mug with 4-5 drops of apricot liquid stevia and a little soy vanilla creamer. Wonderful to sip as an after dinner treat. So creamy and tropical…yum!
ShirleeSouth Mills, NC

Best chocolate tea I’ve had

Generally, I don’t like flavored tea. And the experiences I’ve had with chocolate flavored tea left me convinced it really couldn’t be done in any palatable way. I was wrong. I don’t know what led me to try Stash’s Chocolate Mint Oolong but this tea is outstanding! It does NOT taste like Palmer’s chocolate coins dissolved and diluted in too much water, which is what most chocolate tea tastes like to me — not even a Hershey’s kiss, but Palmer’s — yuck! This tea has a very light yet distinct chocolaty flavor followed by sweet mint. It’s refreshing in the evening after dinner when I want something sweet but don’t want to load up on sugar right before bedtime. And, truth be told, it’s a delight any time of day.
HaroldElmore, MN

DELICIOUS

This Stash flavor is so deliciously tropical I love it hot or cold. Made with 100% natural ingredients of :wuyi oolong tea, orange peel, and flavors of coconut, pineapple, and mango. It’s caffeine free and I like this espeically as a cold drink in the mornings vs coffee in the summer time; very refreshing and tropical. Takes 3-5 minutes to steep and if making iced tea Stash recommends using double strength…2 bags per cup. As with many of the unique Stash brand varieties ; licorice and pure peppermint, this is difficult sometimes to get at the local stores so I buy either direct from the company or here on Amazon. Delicious. 5 stars to a great brand of Stash.
CecilleSanta Cruz, CA

rachelw

Love this tea. Unlike a lot of (supposedly) flavored teas, this one actually has a strong flavor; more coconut “tropical” than mango but really tasty, with a strong smell too. I think it tastes best with a touch of sweetener (honey, agave, etc.) to further enhance the flavor. After finding it once, I haven’t been able to find this flavor at any of my local grocery stores, so I ordered the box of 6. Everyone I have shared this tea with has loved it too!.
KathaleenPenrose, NC

fantastic tea

I drink a lot of tea and Stash’s White Peach Oolong is by far my favorite. It’s smooth and has a great flavor.
TommyBolton, CT

I like this tea

I like this tea because it has a nice subtle flavor without the bitterness that one often experiences with black teas. And, I’m told that oolong tea is good for your health too, and that’s why I tried it.
JackMacdoel, CA

Delicious hot or iced

This tea has a fresh peach flavor, not artificial-tasting like some others I have tried. It has a natural sweetness, and is refreshing served either hot or iced.
CelsaTable Grove, IL

Loyal Portlander

I love this tea! If you like peach flavored teas, you’ll probably like it. Good amount of peach flavor. Mild overall – not strong like black and not grassy like green. Now and then I try other brands but end up always coming back to Stash. Their blends/flavors are always my favorites – especially their Earl Grey.
AnnamarieSutter, CA

Peach/Citrus

This isn’t bad – peach but also a bit of citrus. Was looking for a substitute for Celestial Seasonings white peach and it’s not quite what I wanted. However, a friend of mine whom I gave it to loves the product. 🙂 Each to his/her own!
KittyVinton, LA