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Awesome. I brew this tea with a single “family sized” tea bag. Much more convenient than 8 lipton teabags hanging out. After cooling for an hour or so, I pour the tea into a pitcher and into the fridge. I don’t dilute it. The concentrated tea works well with ice and some simple syrup. Economical (totally cheap). Once I get my hands on a better pitcher, I will try a cold brew in the fridge…
I like this tea. Economical in price. The flavor is very subtle however. Definite peach flavor… the ginger is there—but not like grated ginger root tea—more like a weak earl grey tea except with ginger and peach and not bergamot. Don’t try adding an extra bag to your cup to strengthen the cup, it doesn’t work ;)
It took me a while to figure this tea out, but it ended up being surprisingly good. Nice sweetness, with a nutty richness to balance it out.
If you like ginger, this is a great one. Personally, I like stevia leaf with my ginger, and there is none in here. Also, I’m not sure if the cinnamon is cassia or ceylon (I’m guessing cassia). Ceylon would probably sweeten it a bit more.
I’m also glad to find a tea without hibiscus (I’ve wondered if it gives me headaches) or licorice root (raises blood pressure).
The blend here is very nice. It’s a tasty product with all organic ingredients. I recommend it!
The flavor of this tea is reminiscent of Good Earth, which is one of my favorites. This version, though, is more subtle and not as sweet, but I enjoy the mellowness and light flavor.