Peach Rhubarb Preserve

Tea type
Food Fruit White Blend
Blackberry Leaves, Cinnamon, Hibiscus, Marigold Flowers, Natural Flavours, Peach Flavour, White Tea
Blackberry, Floral, Fruit Tree Flowers, Fruity, Honey, Pleasantly Sour, Rhubarb, Spices, Stonefruits, Tart, Hibiscus, Yams
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Iced 8 min or more

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From Tea Forte

This organic rare white tea brews up all the bounty of a summer harvest. Savory rhubarb and the sweet taste of lush peaches are blended with fragrant, floral hibiscus. This cup sings with delight. Refreshing iced.

(Editing note: Ingredient list did not include rhubarb)

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8 Tasting Notes

464 tasting notes

Travelling Tea Box C

Heavy on the cinnamon! Sweet, slightly artificial tasting. I could discern some peach and rhubarb, but not as distinctively as I wanted. Some hibiscus, but not as much as I was worried about. An ok fruity blend, but nothing spectacular.

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347 tasting notes

Tea #8 from Traveling Tea Box C

I was going to hot brew this, until I noticed the other note saying that this was extremely hibiscusy. I decided to cold brew it instead to hopefully tame the hibiscus a bit. It doesn’t seem to have worked too much however. The main flavor here is hibiscus, with a bit of a generic sweet fruit flavor in there somewhere.

Iced 8 min or more

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237 tasting notes

Dominated by hibiscus and cinnamon, which I did not expect based on the name. When will I learn to read ingredients?

It was okay, for tasting mostly like two of my least favorite tea ingredients.

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2900 tasting notes


Some stone fruit (not distinctly peach), very tart (rhubarb, I suppose), orange zest, cinnamon. It isn’t bad, but I don’t feel it lives up to its name.

Flavors: Fruity, Stonefruits, Tart


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45 tasting notes

(55 = probably good but not to my taste. Should be renamed “Jamaica Yams.”)

Disclaimer, I’ve never actually tasted rhubarb; to me, the tea smells like peaches and something vaguely like a yam or sweet potato. Sadly it does not taste of peaches at all - TeaForte, if you just named your teas properly you’d get much better ratings!

I didn’t notice the hibiscus initially but after a few sips it became pretty obvious. Objectively this is not a bad tea: hibiscus/rhubarb lovers would probably enjoy it, but the hibiscus flavor plus the lack of peach means I won’t be buying it again.

Brewed from a “single-steeps” loose tea packet. This one had nice large pieces and no dust.

Flavors: Hibiscus, Yams

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199 tasting notes

Well….it’s good? I guess? I don’t know. I had such high hopes for tasting rhubarb because I thought that would be neat, but the hibiscus really overshadowed that for me. Then, I thought at least maybe I’d get enough good peach flavor to make me happy, since that’s one of my favorite tea flavors….but…not so much. Oh well. I’ll try another Tea Forte sample the next time my co-worker gets some, but I wouldn’t buy any myself.

Flavors: Hibiscus

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467 tasting notes

Okay, not much else. Fruity but no real peach or rhubarb. OK but I wouldn’t buy it. Maybe others would like it as a fruity tea but I’ve had much better.

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