Another favourite! I love the blend of flavours. It’s not fake tasting like a lot of peach teas and the hibiscus and spices they add give it multi-dimensional flavour. I usually have this hot with just a teaspoon of sugar.
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“This herbal certainly smells peachy. I am not usually a hibiscus hater, but this would be greatly improved by removing it. Maybe if I mix it with some basic black tea I could learn to like it. Or...” Read full tasting note
“I think the hibiscus makes this a bit tart, something about it is a bit off… By itself, I do not care for it, but steep it in some hot apple cider and it is super nice.” Read full tasting note
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Here’s a delightfully different blend with aroma and taste of fresh, ripe peaches and herbs. Perfect Peach™, with its fresh-from-the-orchard flavor is a delicious treat whether you serve it steaming hot or over ice.
Ingredients: rose hips, hibiscus, peaches, natural and artificial peach flavor (soy lecithin), spices, orange peel, lemon peel, apples, strawberry leaves, roasted chicory.
Caffeine Free, Gluten Free, Kosher
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Perfect Peach (Herb) TeaBigelow
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I tend to be a fan of peach teas in general, and this was pleasant enough. As other reviewers have noted- there is a slight synthetic flavour to it, and I found that even with a touch of sweetener, it still had the lingering aftertaste of something not found in nature. Alright for inexpensive every day kind of tea, but nothing special, unfortunately.
I loved this tea, as said before, sugar is needed to bring out the peach flavor (as said on the package). The first time I tried this tea, i accidentally added too much sugar result in a peach ring sugar gummy candy flavor (which is my favorite candy). It was good once, but i wouldn’t do the same twice. With less sugar it is perfectly balanced and is a great tea, (for being in a bag :P )
The peach smell in the dry leaves is lovely and the brewed liquid tastes almost the same as the smell. Intensely fruity and sweet.I dislike how tart the liquid is due to the hibiscus. It would have tasted much better with 1/2 the hibiscus in my opinion. I might try this again at a later date as an iced tea.
Flavors: Fruity, Hibiscus, Peach, Sweet, Tangy, Tart
I loved this tea. Started drinking it the other night when I had a massive headache with a little bit of honey. Not only was it so sweet, but it helped my headache infinitely. It’s also one of my first teas in the tea craze and was the one that got me to try the more “regular” teas. Really love it. 10/10 would recommend.
Flavors: Flowers, Fruity, Hibiscus, Honey, Peach
I was promised pie
by the tea bag. But really,
It’s spiced peach cider.
Overall, this is an okay tea. It kind of tastes like watered down spiced peach cider. I think it might be better sweetened (apparently the box recommends it), and good iced. The hibiscus, though present, is not overwhelming.
Flavors: Cinnamon, Citrus, Hibiscus, Peach
Smells divinely of peach flavor. First of all, I haven’t added a tasting note in awhile. My grandma passed. Funeral was Friday. This was my mom’s mom. Last grandparent, laid to rest with grandpa, both cream mated. I just need to relax tonight, so I’m drinking tea. I like the peach flavor very much. Wishing everybody well, I haven’t really been around lately. I still love Steepster though.
Being a huge fan of anything peach-flavored, I knew I had to try this as soon as I saw it in the store. I was a little worried though, as many peach-flavored teas tend to taste too artifical or overly floral.
As I unpackaged it and began to steep it, I noticed a very prominent peach smell. The color was a beautiful pink-orange that I couldn’t get enough of. At this point, I forgot all about my hesitation and was eager to try it. Unfortunately, my excitement was short-lived. I didn’t care for this tea hot at all. It was what I feared: artificial and overly floral.
Luckily, it tastes much better as an iced tea. The flavors become much more subtle and the peach flavor is able to properly shine through. This would be perfect on a hot summer day if you’re in the mood for something light and fruity.