The peach hits you first followed closely by the lemon with a hint of apricot. I have left the tea bag in so its been steeping for a while (about 15 mins) to try and keep bringing out the fruity flavor. This has made the smoother more simple flavor of the tea much more strong and potent. Also added a little honey to keep bringing out the variety of fruity flavors, adding a trace of sugary sweetness to an already sweet tea. After all its a nice and smooth tea that is still able to stand up on the strength of its own flavors.

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