Peach & Orange

Tea type
Fruit Tea
Ingredients
Not available
Flavors
Citrus Fruits, Peach, Apple, Orange, Salty
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Caffeine
Caffeine Free
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Average preparation
190 °F / 87 °C 7 min, 0 sec 10 oz / 300 ml

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From Bird & Blend Tea Co.

Life sure is peachy… especially if you’re sipping on our supercharged take on the classic iced tea! Peaches, oranges & nectarines are juiced to perfection in this summer-riffic brew!

Ingredients
Apple pieces, rosehip, sumac berries, hibiscus, orange peel, freeze-dried peach, natural flavouring.

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#battleofthepeaches

This was my fifth place cold brew from the battle, though I didn’t mind it. As I said on instagram, the orange and peach flavours both come through as sort of sweeter, candy like flavours along with something more tropical tasting – it’s a bit like a sherbet or maybe even a “Froot Loops” type of flavour. My main issue was just that the overall flavour was quite generic and forgettable.

I also observed that, after finishing my instagram post, there was a building and almost floral flavour note as I drank the brew that got to be a little overwhelmingly artificial and perfumey.

I’m sad I didn’t love this one more – Peach and Orange always reminds me of Fuzzy Navels, which is the first cocktail I learned to make for myself when I started drinking. It’s a little nostalgic, and while this was a fine tea it didn’t capitalize on that nostalgia the way it was set up to…

Song Pairing: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wYLZq390IHg

Martin Bednář

And this is I rated rather low, while you somewhere in the middle. We have different tastes :)

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Sipdown (342)

I made this hot and then promptly fell asleep. So I drank it cool and while I got more orange, I still wasn’t overly enthused.

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I enjoyed a free sample of this, so I bought a 50g bag, which I enjoyed considerably less. It was confusing since I liked the sample so much. I kept having it cold, brewed various ways, and it always tasted so weak and vaguely orangey. I gave up and gave the rest to my sister. She drank it hot and loved it. I tried the last cup hot, and actually, it was pretty good! Like a warm orange cider? I wish I’d tried it like this earlier! I still won’t buy this again, but I’m glad I finally found the right way to drink it.

Kawaii433

That happens to me all the time. /cry Buying a lot after a really tasty sample…

AJRimmer

It’s always such a bummer!

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It’s not time for iced tea, so I guess I will finish this tea hot.
Two teaspoons and two remaining. Maybe in the evening I will prepare another one.

Time flies. Apparently last time I had this tea 10 months ago. So it is indeed time to finish it.

Tea itself – is somehow still same. Bit salty (probably the rice), quite strong apple pieces base. Not a luck with peach flavour again, and only a little of oranges. Apple-Orange tea than Peach-Orange. “It’s fine”-VariaTEA … and I have to agree.

Nothing great, not fruity as I have expected… quite meh.

Flavors: Apple, Orange, Salty

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 8 min or more 2 tsp 10 OZ / 300 ML
ashmanra

We had a few days in the 80’s and iced tea was wonderful, but today it is 55 and breezy, so a pot of hot tea it is!

Martin Bednář

Temperatures dropped from 15°C (60°F) to -2°C (today, 28°F, little snow). Good choice to drink hot drink!

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