Orange Peach

Tea type
Fruit Herbal Blend
Ingredients
Apple Pieces, Chamomile, Chicory Root, Cinnamon Chips, Dried Peaches, Hibiscus, Lemongrass, Natural Flavours, Natural Orange Flavor, Orange Peel, Peach Flavour
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Caffeine
Caffeine Free
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Edit tea info Last updated by derk
Average preparation
Boiling 5 min, 0 sec 8 oz / 236 ml

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  • “Don’t let the name fool you, it’s an hibiscus tea (a hibiscus tea?). But it’s pleasant enough. Aroma is mostly tangy hibiscus and citrus, some peach and a cinnamon base note. I think I might get...” Read full tasting note
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  • “This evening I went out to dinner for my sister-in-law’s birthday and chose this tea from the selection. I have yet to find a peach tea that I really like (I love peaches, but peach flavoring is...” Read full tasting note

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Tetley’s Orange Peach Tea Bag tea produces a sweet and delicious cup of quality fruit-infused tea from every Tetley’s tea bag that you steep. Tetley’s Orange Peach tea is a sensational blend of flavors that make this one of the best peach teas you will ever drink. Sweet oranges and ripe peaches provide the perfect blend of flavor for this caffeine-free herbal tea. Tetley’s Orange Peach Herbal Tea Drawstring Tea Bag easy-dunking tea from Coffee For Less comes in boxes of individually-wrapped tea bags in order to ensure that every tea bag stays fresh longer.

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Don’t let the name fool you, it’s an hibiscus tea (a hibiscus tea?).

But it’s pleasant enough. Aroma is mostly tangy hibiscus and citrus, some peach and a cinnamon base note. I think I might get some of that dried apple, too, or it might be an association with the cinnamon aroma. This tea is BRICK RED, hibiscus is the first ingredient after all. Tart and tangy but not overly so, I get orange and floral peach flavorings that taste a bit contrived, very light cinnamon and apple and I think the chicory gives a hint of a roasted bass note. Lingering tart aftertaste. This might be better cold-brewed and I wonder, despite my preference for not sweetening teas, if a little sugar would help that peach pop. Now that I’m typing this review, I’m noticing a surprising cooling sensation coming up from my esophagus. Whoa. Must be one of the “natural flavors.” I like but it’s odd.

So, one neat thing about this tea is the design of the bag. When I first looked at it, I thought, “What is all this string about?” Then I looked at the back of the envelope where there were instruction printed on how to use the teabag. The string is one of those that you’re supposed to pull out of the bag, know what I mean? but there’s a perforated tag at the top joining both the ends of the string. When you’re done steeping, you tear the paper tag and pull both ends outward and that draws more string out of the bag, squeezing the teabag in the process. While it’s not a tight squeeze, it’s pretty handy for those that feel compelled to squeeze the last drops of life from… teabags… but don’t have a spoon or don’t want to use their fingers.

That was a really long and wordy explanation. There’s probably a 3-second Youtube video showing the process more efficiently than reading that novel :P

So yeah, the tea, it’s ok. Too bright to be sipping on near midnight, though.

Preparation
Boiling 5 min, 0 sec 8 OZ / 236 ML
Todd

Sounds tasty. I would say “a hibiscus tea” if you pronounce the “h” like an American, “an ’ibuscus tea” if you pronounce it like a Brit. :)

Martin Bednář

Well, I guess it is just okay-ish fruit tea bag.

derk

Martin: that’s about how I feel.

gmathis

Ever yank the string completely out of those confounded teabags?

derk

Half the time they seem to be made for the sipper of delicate touch.

Martin Bednář

I just prepared this one today and I have to agree with everything you wrote. Even with rating, I find it bit bland, slightly acidic, nothing distinctive. For evening okay, for daily drinking not so good.

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This evening I went out to dinner for my sister-in-law’s birthday and chose this tea from the selection. I have yet to find a peach tea that I really like (I love peaches, but peach flavoring is usually too sweet for me). This was pretty good, but it didn’t taste like peach or orange to me. It tasted like grapefruit, and something almost minty, which I think may be eucalyptus. I would drink this again if it was offered to me, but probably wouldn’t buy it.

TheLastDodo

ditto on the peach. Flavorings never get it right. It’s always too sweet or just… wrong in some way

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