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drank Ginger Peach by Tea Guys
4421 tasting notes

A nice strong flavored tea, which is something that I need right now.

Very tasty – A strong ginger flavor, and the peach is very good… this reminds me a bit of a gingered peach cobbler. Yummy! I only enough of this tea for another pot… which is a bit bitter-sweet. Sad that it’s going to be gone, because I’ve enjoyed it, but happy it’s going to be gone to make way for other teas (I have so much tea!)

Preparation
Boiling 3 min, 0 sec
Veri-Tea

I know what you mean about being happy to have room for other teas :)

Cofftea

I’m normally not a fan of non chai blacks, but the other ingredients make this sound amazing… but then again the other ingredients do kinda make it sound like it might be similar to a peach flavored chai.

LiberTEAS

I think that a peach flavored chai would be a very appropriate way to describe the flavor of this tea. The masala spices are a bit more mild than in a typical chai, though, with the exception of the ginger which is quite expressive. However, I would want it to be a milder version of “chai” if it were to have fruit flavors in it so it would not overwhelm the fruit. In the case of this tea, the flavor of the fruit is not overwhelmed, very nice!

Cofftea

This would be one chai I’d think about putting ROT’s chai honey in.

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Veri-Tea

I know what you mean about being happy to have room for other teas :)

Cofftea

I’m normally not a fan of non chai blacks, but the other ingredients make this sound amazing… but then again the other ingredients do kinda make it sound like it might be similar to a peach flavored chai.

LiberTEAS

I think that a peach flavored chai would be a very appropriate way to describe the flavor of this tea. The masala spices are a bit more mild than in a typical chai, though, with the exception of the ginger which is quite expressive. However, I would want it to be a milder version of “chai” if it were to have fruit flavors in it so it would not overwhelm the fruit. In the case of this tea, the flavor of the fruit is not overwhelmed, very nice!

Cofftea

This would be one chai I’d think about putting ROT’s chai honey in.

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