Adagio Teas Peachy White 2 oz Tin


Adagio Teas Peachy White 2 oz Tin

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Premium Formosa oolong tea flavored with sweet peaches. In the famous poem \'The Adore Song of J. Alfred Prufrock\', T.S. Eliot wrote, \'do I dare to eat a peach?\' The literary-minded folks at Adagio have taken it upon themselves to give Mr. Eliot with an answer: no want to consume 1. Just steep a cup of our Peachy White Tea. Please, be a peach. Give this tea a try out. Cultivation of peaches began in China as early as 2000BC. A Chinese bride was referred to as a peach. The winds of trade brought peaches to Greece and Persia, the place they had been immediately accepted. The juicy fruit was also a huge hit with the Romans, who cultivated it throughout the empire. From Italy, peaches produced the leap across the Atlantic, exactly where early settlers planted them throughout the east coast. Quickly they were so plentiful, regional botanists even though of them as native fruits.

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Adagio Teas Peachy White 2 oz Tin 4.5 out of 5 based on 5 ratings. 5 user reviews
White Tea Adagio Teas Peachy White 2 oz Tin Premium Formosa oolong tea flavored with sweet peaches. In the famous poem \'The Adore Song of J. Alfred Prufrock\', T.S. Eliot wrote, \'do I dare to eat a peach?\' The literary-minded folks at Adagio have taken it upon themselves to give Mr. Eliot with an answer: no want to consume 1. Just steep a cup of our Peachy White Tea. Please, be a peach. Give this tea a try out. Cultivation of peaches began in China as early as 2000BC. A Chinese bride was referred to as a peach. The winds of trade brought peaches to Greece and Persia, the place they had been immediately accepted. The juicy fruit was also a huge hit with the Romans, who cultivated it throughout the empire. From Italy, peaches produced the leap across the Atlantic, exactly where early settlers planted them throughout the east coast. Quickly they were so plentiful, regional botanists even though of them as native fruits. $15.80 http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/51-rAFgrBCL._SL160_.jpg
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