Peachberry Jasmine Sutra

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Fruit Green Herbal Rooibos Blend
Apple Pieces, Artificial Flavouring, Green Rooibos, Green Tea, Hibiscus Flowers, Kiwi, Marigold Petals, Peach, Rose Hips, Strawberry
Jasmine, Peach, Berry, Hibiscus, Sour, Floral, Strawberry, Rose, Blueberry, Raspberry, Candy, Fruity, Flowers
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175 °F / 79 °C 2 min, 45 sec 14 oz / 408 ml

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  • “I had typed something up last night, thinking Steepster was all set…and then it threw the kettle at me. So here it is again, saved, and appearing now like 15 hours later. I went to the mall after...” Read full tasting note
  • “Ok…..I had promised myself that I would drink down the tea that I have before getting any new teas………..Umm yeah that plan worked out great……….NOT! LOL. I went to Teavana’s Wednesday and 4 teas plus...” Read full tasting note
  • “Before tea, let me just say that this weather is amaaaazing. Sunny and warm but still a bit of a chill. I’ve opened my windows and my doggies sit themselves in front of the breeze and just sniff....” Read full tasting note
  • “I got a nice package from AmazonV in the mail today. In it came this along with many others and this one I picked based on smell. The dry leaf is lovely and smells like it would be a wonderful...” Read full tasting note

From Teavana

This rose-colored blend is created from a pairing of luscious strawberries and peaches with sweet floral hibiscus, rose hips and jasmine green tea pearls.

Fragrant hints of jasmine mix lightly with sweet peach, strawberry, and kiwi.

Use 1-1.5 tsp of tea per 8oz of water. Heat water to 175 degrees (79 degrees Celsius) and steep for 2 minutes. For stronger flavor, use more tea leaves. 2oz of tea equals 25-30 teaspoons.

Ingredients: Jasmine Dragon Phoenix Pearls green tea, green rooibos, hibiscus flowers, apple pieces, rose hip peels, kiwi pieces, peach pieces (peach, rice flour), artificial flavoring, strawberry pieces, marigold petals

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I had typed something up last night, thinking Steepster was all set…and then it threw the kettle at me. So here it is again, saved, and appearing now like 15 hours later.

I went to the mall after my class today because I needed some face wash. I ended up also getting a sample of a moisturizer for something different, and I kind of zoned out when the associate was going on about it having white tea for anti-aging because, well…I drink that. And then it was like “TEA. You must go to Teavana since you had to come to the second floor anyway.”

So off I went, and what do I head straight towards? Owls on a teacup! So perfect for me since it was also on sale.

By the way getting to and from the nearest mall is now awesome because of a diverging diamond interchange. Check it out on youtube if you’ve never heard of them. I got from the parking lot at the mall to the parking lot of my apartment complex in under 8 minutes. That’s ridiculous.

Anyway. I sort of had been thinking I needed a refill of Blackberry Mojito, though I maintain I have an owl radar (owldar?) and I had oddly made a beeline right over to the sale stuff without realizing it. The sales associate who came over there and I had been talking the whole time, and we seemed to have really similar tastes in tea, so she had me smell this one, which is her favorite.

I was sold on the scent. They should just make it into a perfume too. This is probably like the one time I have actually given in to an upsell there but it was too hard to resist. Then I came home, saw it has somewhat negative reviews here on Steepster, and knew I’d probably like it since somehow that’s how I operate with Teavana blends.

I let this steep at room temp. for around 1 1/2 or 2 hours, long enough for the jasmine pearls to unfurl. This is a hot, hot pink tea, probably thanks to rosehips and hibiscus. This is definitely something I’ll be saving for having cold only.

It really isn’t as good as it smells, but it’s not that horrible. In fact, I quite like it. The problem is the name is silly, because the strawberry and kiwi in here are far more dominant flavors, although I do get a bit of peach. I saw a review on their site where someone said the flavors all kind of intertwine into one fruity flavor, but I can definitely get all three. It mixes nicely with the floral jasmine and the tart hibiscus. It’s not too sweet, and it’s not too tart. Oddly, the aftertaste, which is full on tart, is rather nice in here.

I probably won’t get more after I use up what I bought considering the price, but it’s not bad. Only problem other than the lack of peach considering its place in the tea’s name, is how the actual flavor of the green tea itself is absolutely lost. It definitely would make this tea even better if I could taste more than the jasmine.


Ahhhh the diverging diamond interchange. I know what mall that is, I live right by it!


I just brewed some of this and all I got was jasmine, just a hint of fruity. Shame.

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Ok…..I had promised myself that I would drink down the tea that I have before getting any new teas………..Umm yeah that plan worked out great……….NOT! LOL. I went to Teavana’s Wednesday and 4 teas plus a bag of German Rock Sugar. (Teas: this one, Sevenberry Sangria and Strawberry Rose Champagne.)

On to the tea: I actually tried this one last night, so I do not remember all the impressions of the tea, (Tried doing a tasting note last night, but either the site or my computer/internet connection wasn’t letting me, so I gave up after a while.)
Dry: Very fragrant. sweet and earthy. pungent, even.
Wet: Similar, but alittle sweeter.
Taste: Oooo I like! lol. Now I have not tried Jasmine tea by itself so I don’t know what to expect from that. I noticed in other reviews that others mentioned a very little taste of Peaches, despite the name. For me, peach was the 1st thing I tasted. Like a peach punch (a Pow punch, not punch as in juice.) But I liked it, alot. I saw on the review on Teavana’s website for Peach Tranquility, that someone paired it with the Peachberry to get a very peachy tea, so I’m going to give that a shot sometime this weekend.
I am however beginning to get a little bit aggravated with Teavana…..I mean I’ve bought most of my teas from them because they are conveniently nearby, (albeit a few towns over.) and to a certain extent the quality of the teas are better then at the tea shop I started going to back in April. (Plus, that tea shop, I prefer, in trying to save gas. to only go to that shop when I’m in the area every monday to pick up my Grandmother for the afternoon/evening.) So I feel kind of limited where I can go for tea.
But, anyways why I am kind of getting exasperated with Teavana’s is: Smell wise, alot of their teas smell wonderful! But then the taste would be Meh, Blah or outright YUCK! lol. I mean generally speaking, that is just the way it goes sometimes, you win some, lose some. But here is another….I’ve mentioned before on tasting notes that my sweet taste buds seem to be off kilter somehow because I keep having to add way more sweetener then I really feel comfortable with, (Yet if I don’t it’s torture to drink it and yeah I don’t want to go down that route.) Been experimenting with various sweeteners, so I could use less, but that has not worked out. I had thought with the rock sugar that I would finally be able to use a little bit, really make the stuff last….Umm nope! You know how many spoonfuls of that stuff that the tea took before it tastes sweet enough? 8. Of course a lot of it, no matter how much I stirred, sunk to the bottom, so when I got down closer to the bottom it got almost koolaid sweet. It’s technically better then honey, because honey just takes over. Hmmm I wonder if I try melting the sugar in plain hot water 1st, reheat it, and then pour it over the tea leaves? lol. Argh. That would be a pain, plus by then the water would probably be flat. Gnng. So it’s very possible that this might be the only time I will buy the rock sugar, it is just too expensive for it to be such a pain in the ass to work with.

But ending note is: I do definitely like the Peachberry enough that I think I would get it again, maybe even enough that I would get a tin specifically for it.

175 °F / 79 °C 3 min, 0 sec

Don’t worry, all of us on Steepster say that we’re fine with the tea we have… until we’re not. Lol.


Not sure when you add your rock sugar, but I put mine in with the leaves when steeping. I’m able to keep it to about 1/2 of a perfect teaspoon. Some taste better with actual sugar though.


I add it when it’s done steeping. What do you mean you add yours when steeping? maybe I should put the rocks in along with the leaves in the basket?


Yep! I put the rocks in with the leaves. Try it and see what you think. I didn’t like that the sugar wouldn’t melt in time – I never have a problem now.


Ok I tried it with the rocks in the cup, (In the cup itself instead of in the strainer, because I wanted to see if using to much instead to see how that would play out… was barely over the edge of sweet for me. Also tried that with the Strawberry Champagne Oolong……) It worked beautifully! Just had more Peachberry today when I finally got out of bed. I think I definitely will be adding Peachberry to my collection. Hopefully they keep it on the list. The rock sugar however…..given the rate I am going thru it….I don’t think I can justify getting it that often.

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Before tea, let me just say that this weather is amaaaazing. Sunny and warm but still a bit of a chill. I’ve opened my windows and my doggies sit themselves in front of the breeze and just sniff. They do this all day long. You would think I never take them outside. sheesh. But it’s cute so it’s ok.

Anyways, I got home early from training for my new job craving something fruity. Fortunately, it’s not so warm that hot tea is an unbearable thought. I found this tea that I got from the generous MadelineAlyce a while back. I think I’m brave enough to try it today. :) I actually love the way it looks. It’s got cute little jasmine tea balls and nice colorful dried fruit. The name of the tea is a bit off-putting, as is Teavana’s reputation. But it smells pretty good and I like jasmine so how bad can it be, right? I grew more nervous when I realized from the red brew that I was about to imbibe some hibiscus concoction. I cut the brewing time short so it wouldn’t get too sour.

I’m actually enjoying this. Jasmine and peach go pretty well together. I could definitely do without the hibiscus though. The flavors are pretty light. I’m pretty sure it’s because I took the leaves out so quickly to avoid hibiscus overkill. Perhaps a second brew would be good now that the jasmine balls have unfurled a bit. I do love me some jasmine. As for the berry part of this tea, I don’t really taste it. It’s mostly hibiscus with a smooth jasmine and peach background. Not something I’d buy, but I think I’ll be able to finish the sample without any trouble. :)

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I got a nice package from AmazonV in the mail today. In it came this along with many others and this one I picked based on smell. The dry leaf is lovely and smells like it would be a wonderful potpourri. Steeped up following directions and this is a little tart. I don’t mind it too much but it’s not something I could see myself ordering or drinking daily. It’s just sorta Meh.


iced iced!


but yes it is kinda take it or leave it, but fun smelling (why are smells != taste)


Okay I will try it iced next. Glad you sent me such a generous sample so that it has a second, third, and fourth chance. :)

Meghann M

My husband loves this iced…I find it kinda meh either way. But iced is more calm on the tartness. Great sangriatea made from this with peaches, oranges and pineapple last week. Too bad he drank it all before I got to try it!


Meghann, That was rude of him! I know what you mean I keep making pitchers of the H&S peach tea and by time I get around to having a glass it’s too late to drink it (caffeine wise) and so it’s sits and my hubby and son drink it! It’s like a vicious cycle. :)
I think I’ve had this iced as a sample at Teavana and I wasn’t real crazy about it but I think it was blended with something else too.

Meghann M

If it was within the last month or two I bet it was blended with the Strawberry Lemonade tisane. I tried that blend but thought it was too citrusy so they recommended the Strawberry Paraiso, and that makes a good blend with it, but that also means I fell for the Teavana Trap-buy an expensive white tea to mix with tea X so they can get more money out of you. I now know better!

I think Teavana’s sample teas are a bit too sweetened for me most times, and I usually don’t use as many leaves as they do, so the taste changed a bit at home.

Speaking of H&S I bet those white peach you sent me would taste great for my iced tea for tomorrow!

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This one smells so sweet but of course sneaky hibiscus insists on competing with the peach and apple flavors. It is not bad but I really wish the hibiscus was not present. I am trying it cold brewed but if the hibiscus is still too prominent I will pass this on to my friend as well.

175 °F / 79 °C 3 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML

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So packed most of this out to send to Ricky, but saved enough for one last pot for myself. I remembered not liking this, but when I smelled the raw jumble of leaves, I could not resist one last pot.

I say “jumble” because the leaves are quite a mix. There are jasmine pearls, berries, flower/petal pieces and small splinters that look like roobios. The fragrance of the leaves is fantastic, it is sweet and fruity. I remembered bitter though when I drank it, so I decided to understeep it. I brewed hot, 1.5 minutes with no additives. The tea is much better than I remember, still a dark pink/pale red color, the fruit is not nearly as tart and the tea is almost peaking through at the back.

For this, I will raise my rating. Previously: 57.

Overall, much better this time around. Though I still think this is best blended (1 to 1) with the Youthberry tea. It just adds a natural layer of sweetness you cannot get from sugar.

1 min, 30 sec

Peach + Jasmine =]

What temperature did you use?


I have one of those water cooler/heaters like you see in an office. I just use the hot water that comes out. It is not boiling, but it is close. I think it’s about 80 degrees Celsius.

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166 tasting notes

I like this enough to have re-purchased it at least three times. I like it plain or blended with other teas and iced or hot, but especially iced and always with sweetener. It is too tart for my tastes without sweetener and I can see why it gets some negative reviews if people are drinking it straight-it is mouth-puckeringly sour. I typically use stevia as my sweetener of choice. So right now, I’m drinking it hot for a lower caffeine evening cup. And it’s sweet, yet tart in a very satisfying way. Yum.

175 °F / 79 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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This tea is so delicious and refreshing. I love that you can enjoy it hot or iced anytime! :)


Peachberry sounds amazing! The Jasmine – humm that seems like an interesting combo! May have to try this one!

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Well, I liked what I smelled in the store…I liked what I smelled again when I opened the bag to prep my tea this evening. HOWEVER, I am not liking what I am tasting at all. Mostly because there seems to be no taste at all to this tea. There is a SLIGHT hint of peach and strawberry and when I say slight I mean I really have to swish this one around in my mouth to bring out the flavor.

So I opted to pour it over ice…in order to “shock” it and hope that would bring out the flavor a little more. Now I can taste the jasmine and it still isn’t a good taste, but at least I am tasting something – right? Anyone have this and done anything to jazz it up a bit with good results? Please let me know. On a side note thankfully I did not buy a lot of this one.

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Like all of Teavana’s teas, this one took a few sips to decide if I liked it or not. Well I forgot I was cooling the water in my kettle before pouring it over the tea.. so this tea was brewed at a cooler temperature then I wanted to brew it at. It turned out ok still. The liquor is a very pretty pink color. The aroma is floral and fruity. I think I liked the aroma better then the actual tea. The fruit flavor is light. Hints of berries and peach. I couldn’t really taste any jasmine or floral notes (But then again I only brewed this at 165 ish.. next time we will try it a little bit warmer.) Slight tart aftertaste.. didn’t really like that.. But I liked this tea. Not my favorite but I think I would order it again.

165 °F / 73 °C 3 min, 0 sec

Try it cold! Or even steep it at room temperature for about an hour and add ice, it’s so good that way.


Hmm I’ll have to try it like that. I tried a second steep and it turned out pretty good. Thanks for the suggestion :D

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