Peaches n' Cream

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Black Tea
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Edit tea info Last updated by Novi
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175 °F / 79 °C 4 min, 15 sec

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  • “I'm trying to go through and backlog all the teas I had this spring and summer but was too busy to review. Pretty daunting, but some headway's better than none, right? Once I quickly figured out...” Read full tasting note
    ifjuly 612 tasting notes
  • “I made this tea hot, then served it from the fridge... I'm sure that the rating would be a lot lower if hot! The black tea base is strong and a little bitter, and would've overpowered the peach...” Read full tasting note
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From Culinary Teas

Think of a bowl of juicy cut peaches topped with fresh whipped cream. In winter, brew the tea hot and wish for summer. In summer, brew it over ice and find yourself a hammock.

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I’m trying to go through and backlog all the teas I had this spring and summer but was too busy to review. Pretty daunting, but some headway’s better than none, right?

Once I quickly figured out I’m not nuts for Culinary Teas’ black base for its flavored offerings (Ceylon usually, I think?) but do appreciate the aromas and flavors, I put most of ‘em in the “cold steep” pile…and learned to my delight they are fabulous that way. This was the stand out for sure. I emptied the pouch in no time at the beginning of the summer, loving every refreshing glass. It was so good that way I’d reorder it just for that purpose. Yum.

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Iced

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I made this tea hot, then served it from the fridge… I’m sure that the rating would be a lot lower if hot! The black tea base is strong and a little bitter, and would’ve overpowered the peach flavor without sweetener. However, iced, with about 1 packet of stevia per liter, it tasted great! The peach was obviously artificial, and you can tell that just by smelling the loose leaves… Bad if you’re expecting an authentic, juicy peach experience, but fine for the a tea. The cream flavor is pretty much nonexistent to me, but I didn’t really miss it. Especially at the low price, I’d buy it again for iced.

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Boiling 4 min, 15 sec

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