Simple Peach Black Tea

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  • “I haven’t tried this hot yet, but my first overnight steep in the fridge was mighty tasty! No dried peaches in the ingredient list (papaya instead) and no outright mention of vanilla, but that’s...” Read full tasting note

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The first thing you will notice when tasting this light Simple Peach Black tea is the scent of fresh and juicy peaches, warm and earthy black tea, and deep, almost honey-like sweetness. The smooth and rich broken leaf South Indian black tea base gives enough depth and warmth to juicy ripe peach flavor and make it perfect for both hot and cold brewing. The best time to enjoy it? Early spring, or anytime you want to daydream about warm weather and sitting in the sun with a cool breeze touching your face. Brew it with a few freshly cut ripe peach slices to add natural sweetness or add a teaspoon of a homemade peach marmalade to make it even more irresistible.

Ingredients: South Indian Black Tea, Dried Papaya Pieces, All Natural Flavor, Sunflower Petals

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I haven’t tried this hot yet, but my first overnight steep in the fridge was mighty tasty! No dried peaches in the ingredient list (papaya instead) and no outright mention of vanilla, but that’s exactly what it evokes: Mom’s white peach cobbler. No spicy ginger or cinnamon, just fruity and sweet.

Skysamurai

I find it so aggravating yet so intriguing that they can use different ingredients to make tea taste like different things.

gmathis

If it contained mango pieces, I’d be much less surprised—mangos and peaches are taste-alikes for me.

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