Red Vineyard Peach/Strawberry

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Peach, Strawberry
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Red vineyard peach is an incomparable delicacy with unique taste. Together with the strawberry it awakens the desire to visit the slopes of the beautiful vineyard regions where it is grown!

Ingredients: black tea (93 %), flavoring, freeze-dried red/yellow peach crunchy (concentrated peach puree, tangerines, concentrated strawberry juice, concentrated black carrot juice), freeze-dried strawberry pieces, safflower.

Serving Size: 1 level tsp./6oz serving

Brew Temp: 203 to 212 degree F

Brew Time: 4 to 5 Minutes

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6768 tasting notes

Thanks for this one, too, Amanda!

I was overly intrigued about this one because of the ingredients!

black tea, freeze-dried red/yellow peach crunchy (concentrated peach puree, tangerines, concentrated strawberry juice, concentrated black carrot juice), freeze-dried strawberry pieces, safflower.

At first I didn’t really know what I was smelling but I knew it was nice and pleasant and fruity! The flavor was very nice…strawberry and peach, mostly. Once it cools a bit I could taste the tangerine more, too.

sidenote…I would love to try a black carrot flavored black tea…or maybe white tea???

Anyhow…the flavor in this one was really REALLY tasty on my tongue. I would love to try this one again and maybe even purchase some for my tea cabinet.

Juicy! YUM!

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1220 tasting notes

I had been drinking this last night, I did a lazy cold steep on it. Some is still left so I’m eating a real peach with it. I saw something last night say refrigeration makes them less tasty, which I think is a lie. This one is tasty, really juicy, and oh they are so much better cold.

So anyway this tea is odd because it doesn’t have peach in it, it has “peach crunchy” according to the bag. It’s made from pureed peach, tangerine, strawberry juice, and carrot juice. It still pretty much tastes like peach though, maybe a lot sweeter. Then the other strawberry pieces also help with that. There’s a bit of a berry flavor, but it’s mostly peach.

This bag got pummeled pretty badly by UPS, who made it look like the box was dropkicked by an elephant. I’m confused because Teavana sends stuff UPS, and I’ve never gotten a box that looks so horrible, and they’ve dented a few of my DavidsTea boxes but not to the point of causing damage. Both of those companies ship from further away than ESP Emporium. It’s so weird. It seems there’s more dust than usual because of it, so I’ll really probably be sticking to cold steeping this one. It’s perfect for iced tea anyway.


Sounds tasty! Also, I don’t understand how packages get so badly damaged. My first box from Teavivre was half crunched (but the tea inside was so well packed it was ok), my second box from them was also a bit damaged, and I think my first box from Azzrian was damaged too, although it didn’t affect the contents.


You should complain to UPS. I’ve had worse problems with FedEx, who pretty much just sucks. UPS is usually good for me, and I think their customer service is definitely a lot better than FedEx.


I do live where they’re HQ’d so I should try it, but one of my friends had to get a new transmission for her car shipped through UPS and they DROPPED IT and that ruined it, and then they refused to pay up with the insurance.
But I think I’ll give it a try, it’ll be funny if they’re rude and it’s not getting anywhere to just yell I KNOW WHERE YOU WORK and hang up.


If she has insurance on the package, they have a legal obligation to pay up. If she sued, she’d win. Hahaha, I love your idea! Classic!


Yep, the inevitable “if you don’t do it, I’ll sue” got them to finally replace it. It was like the entire thing was a mess to begin with and they only made it worse!


Ahahahaha, I laughed at the “I KNOW WHERE YOU WORK” line too!


Man, I’m sorry to hear that. That really does suck. It’s surprising they didn’t take responsibility sooner, but at least it worked out in the end. Never give up!! Never surrender! :)

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6062 tasting notes

Sipdown! 822.

I’m enjoying this one more than last time. Not getting the weird alcohol association I previously was, although I did get the grapey aroma. Flavourwise, however, I taste peach moreso than anything resembling grape. Not too bad, but not a keeper either.

Boiling 3 min, 15 sec

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2145 tasting notes

Tea #9 from Another Traveling Tea Box
The list of ingredients for this tea immediately struck me as odd, what in the world is a peach crunchy and why is it in my tea? I tried not to think about it much and just enjoy the tea, but odd ingrediends like this always bother me.

I think I probably should have tried this as a cold steep rather than drinking it hot, but it was in the 40s when I woke up making it more of a hot tea day. The flavors in here didn’t exactly remind me of peach, but it was pretty close, just a tad sweeter than I would expect. Peach is such a hard flavor to translate well into tea. I think the freeze dried strawberries helped cut the sweetness down a little.

Tomorrow is suppose to be warmer so I may take a few Tablespoons and cold steep this to see if I like it better.

205 °F / 96 °C 4 min, 0 sec

Cracking up so much at the, ‘what in the world is a peach crunchy and why is it in my tea?’

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Tea #25 from Another Traveling Tea Box

I think by name association, my brain wanted this one to taste like grapes. Or at least kinda grapey.

Spoiler: It doesn’t.

The combination of flavors in here weren’t quite peach, but were almost peach. There’s a little bit of tartness in the aftertaste, that is definitely tangerine flavored.

I don’t dislike this one, but I could give it a pass.

Boiling 3 min, 30 sec

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464 tasting notes

“Another Traveling Tea Box?!?!”

Yum! It has a similar peach flavoring to the peach tranquility I had last night, but the peach itself is weaker because there are other flavors going on here. The strawberries are fresh-tasting and work well with the peach. I’m not picking up a lot of the black tea base- I can kind of just tell it’s black tea and that’s it.

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224 tasting notes

Tea #12 from Another Traveling Tea Box

So I’m not sure if I did something wrong or it was something else. I don’t think it was me because I followed the instructions on the package. Though maybe I over leafed it since I drink 8oz and the instructions were for 6oz.
Anyway, this smelled good in the bag, and even the wet leaf had a vaguely fruity smell to it. But the execution pretty much fell on it’s face. It was very bitter for me (and my Mom who was over having dinner). Even after adding sugar it was undrinkable. I’m debating on if I want to try again with less leaf and shorter time since I think 4 min is much too long to brew black tea. At least, for me it is.
I’m holding off rating this until I try again, or I’ll just leave it unrated because I’m not sure I want to try again. Lol.

Boiling 4 min, 0 sec

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772 tasting notes

I want to like this. I want to like this so much. momo who sent this to me in trade seems to, as does the other reviewer and yet while I do kind of like this in some ways, other ways I really do not.

If I sip this slowly, lukewarm, this tea isn’t too bad. Taken one sip at a time, just at the tip of my tongue tasting it before I swallow, this tea is pretty nice. Very peachy and a bit of strawberry.

On the other hand, when my tea gets this cold, I tend to drink it much faster than that, because I need the use of my hands and can’t be holding a tea mug for a long time at a time so I gulp it, and that’s where it gets not so good. When I drink this fast, there is such an artificial aftertaste left behind that I just shudder. It’s completely a turn off. I don’t like it at all. Of course, this tells me that I should just sip it slowly to drink it, but I’m much more impatient than that. I’ll sip a little and gulp a little and it takes me about an hour to get through a mug of tea even with the gulping so just sipping would take all day and I don’t have time for that. There’s other teas to drink. So I’ll give this a middle of the road rating and see if it catches my fancy to drink again some time or if I’ll give it away. I’m so conflicted.

Boiling 4 min, 0 sec

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45 tasting notes

A nice tea, tasting mostly of peach. A slightly bitter (black-tea) aftertaste, maybe I steeped it a titch too long. But some other aftertaste, too, that I can’t put my finger on – a little tart, maybe the hint of tangerine.

I followed the package instructions, which say 1 HEAPING tsp per 6 oz (versus 1 level tsp, as written above) — and that’s a big difference — so maybe I made it a bit too strong.

Anyhow, I found it was good, but not a favourite.
(Thanks, Starfevre!)

Boiling 4 min, 15 sec

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42 tasting notes

I’ve tried this tea three times so far. I really enjoy its fruity, sweet flavor but I have to admit its flavor reminds me more of Twizzlers or Red Vines than of any vineyards. Then again I’ve never been to a vineyard so perhaps that’s why my associations are to candies.

I’ve had it hot each time I’ve drunk this tea (with a touch of sweetener and milk) but I’m sure it would be wonderful iced too.

Flavors: Peach, Strawberry

Boiling 4 min, 0 sec 2 tsp 14 OZ / 414 ML

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