3 Tasting Notes
I live near Park Hill Pantry and the creator of the tea said to me a couple months ago that this was a very popular tea when it wasn’t organic, however, when he altered the recipe to meet a 100% organic blend, he had to substitute apricots for the dried peaches since he did not have access to organic dried peaches… he is a masterful blender, even though it could be called ginger apricot, it tastes exactly like the original conventional ginger peach blend… I keep it around because it is very soothing and my kids even love the way it tastes without sugar
excellent winter and summer tea! In the winter it makes a nice caffeine free evening mulled tea, while in the summer it makes the best thirst quenching ice tea you can imagine!!
this tea is super refreshing! I take enough to make 2 pots (4-6 teaspoons) and steep 8 cups of water for 5-7 mins from boiled water, then, I pour over ice in my air pot. No sweetener is needed!!! this tea has a perfect balance of natural sweetness and the kids love it even with NO SUGAR ADDED! This is the best herbal lemonade for ice tea ever!