This is SO GOOD. Fresh, juicy peach combined with lightly spiced crumbly baked topping. This is a great representation of Deb’s talents.
“This is SO GOOD. Fresh, juicy peach combined with lightly spiced crumbly baked topping. This is a great representation of Deb’s talents.” Read full tasting note
“On dry leaf aroma alone, this was the sample from my most recent order that I was most eager to steep up – it smells delightfully of a bright white peach-style note with some sweetness and then...” Read full tasting note
Life is truly peachy keen with tea in it! With cinnamon, brown sugar, and peaches, this juicy, mouthwatering black tea blend is like a sweet and comforting warm cake out of the oven. Dig in and celebrate all of life’s delicious pleasures – with tea!
Certified organic ingredients: Black Tea, Natural Peach Essence, Peaches, Cinnamon, Canadian Maple, Rooibos, Brown Sugar, Calendula Petals
Handcrafted in Toronto, Canada.
Dessert by Deb is an organic tea company and lifestyle brand based in Toronto, Canada. At Dessert by Deb, it's tea time all the time because tea isn't just a drink - it's a way of life. From stationery and paper products, to kitchen accessories, to sweet and delicious organic dessert teas inspired by afternoon tea, patisseries, and baked goods, there are plenty of ways to bring the joy of teatime into your everyday life. Join the tea party!
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On dry leaf aroma alone, this was the sample from my most recent order that I was most eager to steep up – it smells delightfully of a bright white peach-style note with some sweetness and then hints of brown sugar and warming spices.
Steeped up it’s actually a pretty good ‘smell to flavour’ translation – peach forward with that light to medium level intensity bright white peach note and then some undertones of brown sugar, cinnamon, and apple. Somewhat medium bodied from the black tea base, which contributes a small amount of a floral and malty note. I wouldn’t call this is a very rich/heavy or overly sweet blend, and I personally like that. I enjoy sweet and fruity blends, but I also like that this is sort of in that middle ground of being light and airy and also indulgently flavourful – it’s a nice spot to be in.
It’s not really cakey though – however, I’m a personal believer that the addition of a very light amount of sweet cinnamon can really help pass off those pasty/baking flavours in a tea blend. With the maple, spice, and apple notes though I can see how this would be a crumble even if it’s maybe not a cake!? Regardless, I think it’s clear that I’m a fan!