Almond Peach Galette

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Black Fruit Blend
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  • “Preparation: Western Tasting Note: I was surprised by the robustness of this base. I kind of went in thinking “3 tsps for an 8-10 oz mug is good, right?” since my last few DBD blacks are light...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Steeped this one up earlier in the week. It was a really enjoyable cup, but for the most part I really only got peach from it – not much in the way of almond. I really enjoy the peach flavouring...” Read full tasting note
  • “After a string of teas I didn’t much care for, I expected this to go the same way – my track record with Deb’s black/rooibos blends (why are there so many?!) is not very good. I think I dislike...” Read full tasting note
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Razzle and dazzle your next spring and summer picnic and afternoon tea with a mouthwatering dessert from the oven! Sweet almonds and juicy fresh peaches team up in this black and rooibos fusion reminiscent of a warm, scrumptious tart bursting with a bounty of stone fruit.

Ingredients: Black Tea*, Natural Peach Essence*, Peaches*, Natural Almond Flavour, Almonds, Rooibos, Papaya Pieces, Calendula Petals* ( * = certified organic)

Handcrafted in Toronto, Canada.

Steeping instructions: 2 tea spoons at 212F for 4-6 mins

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Preparation: Western
Tasting Note: I was surprised by the robustness of this base. I kind of went in thinking “3 tsps for an 8-10 oz mug is good, right?” since my last few DBD blacks are light tasting. It was much bolder than expected, almost enough to overwhelm the other notes of the tea. I still got a little sweet peach and a slightly different sweetness from the almond (an aftertaste or maybe I am imagining it? haha).

In short, I am glad this isn’t overwhelmingly peachy or perfumey. It is a nice brisk cuppa.

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Steeped this one up earlier in the week. It was a really enjoyable cup, but for the most part I really only got peach from it – not much in the way of almond. I really enjoy the peach flavouring that Deb uses quite a bit, but it’s the same one in all of her peach teas so while this was a pleasant cup it definitely wasn’t a unique one.

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After a string of teas I didn’t much care for, I expected this to go the same way – my track record with Deb’s black/rooibos blends (why are there so many?!) is not very good. I think I dislike many of them. However, I actually rather enjoyed this cup, although I’m a bit worried that it could be because the rooibos had settled to the bottom of the bag so I missed scooping it out. The tea had a nice, robust base (which I may have slightly oversteeped), and I think I got both peach and almond, although I was more focused on the fact that I enjoyed it than anything else. I’ve also enjoyed the resteep today!

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