I expected this one to be a fairly generic fruit blend, but it’s actually so much better than I thought it would be. It smells like peach melba – and tastes like it, too! Thinking about it, peach isn’t exactly how this is billed. It’s a stone fruit, sure, but it’s supposed to be apricot and plum. Apricot, I can understand. After the initial creamy sweetness fades away, there’s a jammy, slightly sticky, sweetly tart flavour that reminds me absolutely of dried apricots. I’m not getting plum at all, but when a fruit tea is this good it seems wrong to care.
This is a sweet, creamy, dessert-like dream. It’s got two stone fruits – peach and apricot – and that’s more than okay with me. I only have a single serve sample of this one, so I hope it’s still available. It would be amazing cold brewed.
A trip to T2’s website is on the cards, because I have to know.