Vanilla Peach

Tea type
Black Fruit Honeybush Blend
Ingredients
Apple Pieces, Apricot, Black Tea, Honeybush, Marigold Flowers, Natural Flavours, Natural Vanilla Flavor, Peach
Flavors
Creamy, Peach, Vanilla
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Loose Leaf
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Edit tea info Last updated by derk
Average preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 4 min, 0 sec 10 oz / 300 ml

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  • “*advent new years day bonus tea * Yeah i forgot about it…oopsy. I rather enjoyed this one today though lol i could ask for a little more vanilla in this one but the peach flavouring wasn’t...” Read full tasting note
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  • “CuppaGeek Advent Calendar – Day 24 It’s dark out so I guess I can officially say Merry Christmas Eve Steepster! It’s a bit of an odd year because even though I was drowning in advents, it doesn’t...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Hmm, I had 5 pouches left. I guess I made some arithmetic error. How typical. Anyway, I let random.org to choose one from those 5 remaining. It decided for this one, so I opened it up, filled my...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Cuppageek Tea Advent Day 9 Yaaaay! I was hoping for Vanilla Peach and Vanilla Black, and today I pulled Vanilla Peach. This was, once again, my breakfast tea. On the packages where I can see the...” Read full tasting note

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Simple yet oh so good! Simple blend of vanilla and fresh peach flavors to create a hot or iced tea that is guaranteed to delight!

blended with black tea, honeybush tea, natural vanilla flavoring, freeze dried peaches, natural peach flavoring, apricots, marigold flowers, apple pieces.

each serving of this tea can be steeped multiple times

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*advent new years day bonus tea *

Yeah i forgot about it…oopsy. I rather enjoyed this one today though lol i could ask for a little more vanilla in this one but the peach flavouring wasn’t overpowering or artificial. So yeah. happy january! lol

Nichole/CuppaGeek

Glad you enjoyed!

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CuppaGeek Advent Calendar – Day 24

It’s dark out so I guess I can officially say Merry Christmas Eve Steepster! It’s a bit of an odd year because even though I was drowning in advents, it doesn’t quite feel like Christmas. I think there is less lights and festive stuff to begin with and also since I don’t really leave the house – I wouldn’t know if there were. It’s just odd.

This tea, however, was not odd. It was good. It was peaches and cream and it was smooth and lovely. Heavy on the peach. I enjoyed it.

Cameron B.

Merry Christmas Eve! ❤

ashmanra

Merry Christmas Eve!

Mastress Alita

Merry Christmas Eve!

Leafhopper

Merry Christmas Eve!

VariaTEA

Thanks everyone :)

Martin Bednář

You will read this later probably, so happy Christmas Day! :)

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Hmm, I had 5 pouches left. I guess I made some arithmetic error. How typical.

Anyway, I let random.org to choose one from those 5 remaining. It decided for this one, so I opened it up, filled my tea bag and added water. After 4 minutes I was busy with scratching the label I found out what I actually brewed.

It was very tasty! A bold base with wonderful sweetness of peaches with creamy vanilla taste. They were complemting each other and well, I think I would need more of this blend to keep in my cupboard. It was just right with sweetness, I liked I could notice the base, so it was just right.

Flavors: Creamy, Peach, Vanilla

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 4 min, 0 sec 10 OZ / 300 ML
Nichole/CuppaGeek

Don’t forget, my calendars had 26 packages- one for New Year’s Day :) but I could have thrown in an extra one too :)

Martin Bednář

Aha, then it seems okay :) I thought for some reason they are 24 or 25 bags there. Good to know :) I maybe missed one day as I have received it bit late.

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Cuppageek Tea Advent Day 9

Yaaaay! I was hoping for Vanilla Peach and Vanilla Black, and today I pulled Vanilla Peach.

This was, once again, my breakfast tea. On the packages where I can see the leaves from the back, I am saving the ones that appear to be herbal for evening tea with my husband so he can try them, too.

I will agree with derk’s housemate that this is a nice, brisk tea and very suitable for breakfast. I drank it without milk or sugar, as usual. The peach flavor is light and the vanilla is warm but not heavy and not super strong. I really mostly taste the tea base.

It reminds me a bit of a vanilla black from Nina’s Paris years ago that, at the time, felt like a vanilla tea for real grown ups, not something you would feel equally comfortable giving to a child. This is grown up tea with grown up vanilla, not candy-ish or desserty like the ones I had tried up to then.

I think it was a good choice to have with my waffles and maple syrup. Yes, I have really been stuck on those lately but I swear I plan to shake it up a little and have oatmeal or something tomorrow. I just got super burned out on eggs and bagels are special weekend breakfast so I am flailing about the kitchen lately trying to find something that sounds good.

White Antlers

ashmanra To jettison the Breakfast Doldrums how about quiche, a strata, breakfast burritos or a Dutch Baby? https://www.yummly.com/recipe/Dutch-baby-322023?prm-v1

Cameron B.

Frittata! :3

Dustin

I made waffles this morning after reading about them in your notes! Also, Dutch Babies are delicious!

ashmanra

Oh, I haven’t had a Dutch Baby in a long time! Good choice!

ashmanra

Frittata are nice. I usually do those at supper!

Cameron B.

I love frittata for dinner, so easy and yummy, and you can put anything in it. I love to add cherry tomatoes especially. Now I’m hungry…

ashmanra

That recipe looks good, White Antlers! And an asparagus recipe popped up at the bottom that also intrigues me.

White Antlers

ashmanra Living alone, I now cook very simply but that does not stop me from enjoying cookbooks, food periodicals and culinary blogs. Deb Perelman of Smitten Kitchen has great recipes, several very accessible cookbooks and a delightful blog.

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Advent Day 4, From the Depths of the Grab Bag.

Haha, the gears were turning in her head as I watched my housemate stuff her nose into the tiny open pouch. Her brows furrowed; I could sense confusion.

“Strawberry jello again.”
<me, knowingly> Really?
“It smells like candy.”

“[Brewed aroma] smells like lime.”
<me, knowingly> Really?

“Got a lot of black tea in it. Tastes kind of like jasmine in a way. It doesn’t have a lot of flavor. Kind of a little bit of a citrus thing but that could just be the tannins in the tea. Maybe it’s got a little hibiscus. Not a lot of flavor. Black tea like, drying (as she smacked her tongue and pushed it out). 5/10, neutral.” She didn’t want a second steep.

I smelled the empty packet and it smelled like the peach gummis that are 2 small bags for $1. Very granulated sugary, sweet peach smell.

Cameron B.

LOL, I love the knowing “Really?”s! XD

“Is that your final answer…?”

derk

She’s having a lot of fun doing this. She’s bold and visceral in character, just like the way she approaches flavors in cooking and her chosen art of glass making. Not a nuanced kind of lady but very open-minded.

Cameron B.

That’s what makes it so much fun to read. And her brutal honesty, hah!

ashmanra

I love it! I would be too hesitant and afraid of guessing entirely wrong! She is fun!

Leafhopper

Agreed, I love her honesty. I’d also be too afraid of getting it wrong to do this.

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