6 Tasting Notes
The peach flavour on its own reminds me instantly of those fuzzy peach candies. Minus the sweetness. I think it would definitely taste a bit more pleasant with a sweetener, or perhaps I may have oversteeped the bag… either way, it’s fairly tasty and satisfying as a fruity-flavoured tea. I do enjoy it more however, paired with a green tea honey lemon ginseng teabag by Tetley thrown in the mix:)
I am still amazed at the surprise kick of sweetness after every sip; it’s like unfiltered delightfulness in my teacup:)
Edit: I just tasted this tea while nibbling on sweet potato fries (both are quite delicious on their own) and oh my goodnesssss, I will be forever content with this amazing combination of flavours
At first slightly apprehensive about this tea, as I feared it would be rather bland tasting on its own without any added sweetness. However, the combination of chamomile with the ever so enjoyed flavour of vanilla is suitable for nighttime indeed!
On a whim for ginseng, I decided to try this tea at first with a timid drop of added honey (a mixture of raw and buckwheat honey) and it has a delicate yet very full flavour. Coming in from the cold outside and it still being what I consider the morningtime; it’s a most perfect reviver!