Pick Me Up Peach

Tea type
Fruit White Blend
Ingredients
Apple, Hibiscus, Natural Flavours, Orange Pieces, Peach, Rose Hips, White Tea
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Sachet
Caffeine
Low
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  • “Hello friends I miss you. I’ve been missing being on steepster. So I grabbed a bag of this from my mom . I’ve seen this a few places and seems to be really pricey for bagged tea. I know it’s...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Backlog: The aroma is very abundantly PEACH, as is the flavor. I love the peach notes here, it doesn’t taste like a fake peach note. I wasn’t thrilled to find hibiscus in the blend – not my...” Read full tasting note
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From Inca Tea

Being our first caffeinated blend we wanted it to embody a refreshing yet clean taste. Its a rejuvenating combination of white tea, lush peaches and sweet herbs.

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Hello friends I miss you. I’ve been missing being on steepster. So I grabbed a bag of this from my mom . I’ve seen this a few places and seems to be really pricey for bagged tea. I know it’s has the purple corn but I wonder if that’s just something to try and sell the tea. Smells pretty good dry. Then I see the red and know there’s hibiscus in there…kind of a disappointment to me. Flavor is just okay. Slightly bitter. It’s just alright.

gmathis

Good to see you :) Purple corn? That’s a new one for me.

TeaBrat

welcome back :)

Fjellrev

Welcome back, DJ!

ashmanra

Purple corn?

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Backlog:

The aroma is very abundantly PEACH, as is the flavor. I love the peach notes here, it doesn’t taste like a fake peach note. I wasn’t thrilled to find hibiscus in the blend – not my favorite! – but I do appreciate the slight hint of tartness it offers the cup because it’s a nice contrast to the sweet peach notes. That said, I feel like the presence of both the hibiscus and the rosehips interfere just a little too much with the flavor of the white tea, as it seems somewhat obscured in this blend.

It’s a tasty blend though. I enjoyed tasting the purple corn notes, the peach is delightful, but I would like to taste more white tea.

Here’s my full-length review: http://sororiteasisters.com/2014/08/30/pick-me-up-peach-white-tea-blend-from-inca-tea/

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