Blueberry and Peach

Tea type
Fruit Tea
Ingredients
Apple Pieces, Freeze Dried Blueberries, Hibiscus, Natural Flavours, Orange Peel, Peach, Rose Hips
Flavors
Blueberry, Peach, Tart, Fruity
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Loose Leaf
Caffeine
Caffeine Free
Certification
Not available
Edit tea info Last updated by Martin Bednář
Average preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 5 min, 0 sec 5 g 10 oz / 300 ml

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  • “Cold Brew Sipdown (1076)! I should have snapped a photo of this brew, but I didn’t think to. There was so much small cut pieces of butterfly pea flower at the bottom of my bag of this, though, that...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Heh. Today morning tea. I don’t remember anything. Probably very boring stuff. Okay. I remember something. It was somehow fruity. Some blueberries and peaches. Yep, it was there. But blueberries...” Read full tasting note
    75
  • “Sipdown (350) Still not my favorite. It’s not bad. It’s just not really that flavorful or distinct. It’s semi-fruity but nothing that is clearly peach or blueberry. It really is just ok and now...” Read full tasting note
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From Bird & Blend Tea Co.

Join the Ribena vibe with our new purple fruit tea that really delivers on all the blueberry flavour but none of the sugar! Get a hit of berry followed by waves of peach… pure blueberry bliss!

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Mixologist top tip: Try me iced with lemonade and some fresh peach & frozen blueberries!

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9 Tasting Notes

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Cold Brew Sipdown (1076)!

I should have snapped a photo of this brew, but I didn’t think to. There was so much small cut pieces of butterfly pea flower at the bottom of my bag of this, though, that it was the richest, most deeply blue infusion I’ve ever seen from a butterfly pea flower tea…

In terms of taste, it was nice! I actually don’t remember a lot about what I thought of this tea from the Battles of The Peaches – so that speaks I think to the memorability/uniqueness of the profile of this tea. I thought this was more blueberry forward, by quite a bit, but still had some nice peach to it. I’d be fascinated to know how much of that impression is unconsciously influenced by the colour of the tea. I like to think that I have a really good palate, and I’m actively aware of how colour can influence your perception of taste – but that doesn’t mean my monkey brain isn’t capable of still falling for that trick! Aside from the blueberry/peach, this is also pretty floral. Not surprised to have a floral note crop up given the presence of butterfly pea flower (and so much of it). It’s a weird kind of floral note – just a hint “musty”.

Happy to have sipped down a herbal tea sample – good tea overall, but not a wildly memorable one. There were better peach teas this summer.

Martin Bednář

Ha, that’s it. I got tricked as well probably, because I remember it much more blueberry like and it is somehow 50/50 with the peach probably?

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Heh. Today morning tea. I don’t remember anything. Probably very boring stuff.

Okay. I remember something. It was somehow fruity. Some blueberries and peaches. Yep, it was there.

But blueberries were nice. And some peaches were there too. It wasn’t something super present, but they kinda were there.

The generic fruit base is not helping much though. Maybe bit tart. Maybe some other base would make it better.

And sorry guys if you were expecting some tasting notes from me… yesterday I failed that exam, and overall I felt somehow tired and drained. I drank some teas, but I did not wanted to write a tasting note even it was SIPDOWN of Duvet Day.

Flavors: Blueberry, Peach, Tart

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 5 min, 0 sec 3 tsp 10 OZ / 300 ML
"Youngest"

Martin, I’m so sorry to hear about your exam. You have done so excellently in other classes, I hope you will not beat yourself up about it. It is an exhausting undertaking – even if it did not go as you planned, it is over! Keep moving forward and everything will be okay.

gmathis

Very much the same sentiments from me! Hope a little rest improves your outlook.

ashmanra

I am sorry you feel tired and drained, so take extra good care of yourself right now. You deserve it! Relax without guilt and give yourself a treat! You have worked hard. You are valued!

Martin Bednář

It was first attempt of three I have. So no bad feelings about that. But of course it made me sad.

Relax? Yep, yesterday was like that a bit. But today I have another exam. Luckily I have for this subject some presentations, so it is much easier to study.

I need a break though.

Nattie

I’m going to echo the same sentiments as everyone else. I’m sorry about your exam, and I hope you’re feeling better now. Remember to take a minute to look after yourself!

mrmopar

Today is a new day Martin! Relax a bit and you will get through it.

Kawaii433

Martin, hugs

Martin Bednář

Thank you guys, indeed this community is awesome. We never met, but we are so caring about each other!

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Sipdown (350)

Still not my favorite. It’s not bad. It’s just not really that flavorful or distinct. It’s semi-fruity but nothing that is clearly peach or blueberry. It really is just ok and now that it’s gone, I likely won’t really remember it much.

Sil

You’re at 350…..I’m at 15 heh.

VariaTEA

We need a middle ground between us lol

VariaTEA

@Roswell Strange Hahahaha I AM the middle ground between you and Sil

Sil

I’m too low…I’ll be down to nearly 10 in a few days… but I don’t ever want to be back up at 300+. I think 50? Is probably my happy place along with maybe 10 puerh.

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