Just Peachy

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Fruit Herbal Blend
Apple, Blackberry Leaves, Peach
Peach, Artificial, Apple, Apple Candy, Pear, Blackberry, Fruity, Sweet, Tart, Sugar, Sugarcane, Herbs, Pleasantly Sour, Candy, Green Apple, Tangy, Raspberry, Wood, Bitter, Rooibos
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180 °F / 82 °C 6 min, 15 sec 19 g 31 oz / 914 ml

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It took us years to find the perfect peach iced tea – but this sweet, summery blend is so peachy, it tastes like it’s fresh from the orchard. Now that we’ve finally mastered our favourite summer fruit, we just can’t get enough. And we keep discovering new, delicious ways to try it. It’s amazing mixed up with peach sliced and frozen into ice pops. Or served chilled with a splash of Prosecco. But the best way might just be straight up, with lots of ice and a touch of agave. However you enjoy it, this blend is a real peach.

Ingredients: Apple, sweet blackberry leaves, peach, natural and artificial flavouring.*

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80 Tasting Notes

2 tasting notes

Very good tea iced tea, is sufficient in itself. Infused cold in the fridge

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104 tasting notes

Another tea I brought home with me from DT. The girl working there let me try a sample of their cold brew of this tea, and I quite enjoyed it. It was flavourful and sweet, and she told me they didn’t add any sweetener to it whatsoever. I honestly didn’t believe her until I made a cold brew of this myself at home. It tasted just like the sample I tried in store. Very aromatic and flavourful! Tastes juicy and fresh, very unexpected from most herbal tisane experiences I’ve had in the past.

I’ve already finished the entire 36g I got in two cold brews. This is one I would like to get again, but probably won’t until next summer considering the weather has taken a turn for the worse now.

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16 tasting notes

I’m not sure how I feel about this one. I have tried this both hot and cold and I would not say that one way is better than the other. Like the previous reviewer, I’ve found inconsistency in the taste within the same brewed cup. Some sips taste great and others, not so much. I find that some of the tea is very fine and so this tea has a lot of “stuff” floating in it. I am wondering if that is possibly the problem. This tea definitely has a nice peachy smell and generally, I’m ok with the taste but I might try a different brand of peach tea next time I’m wanting this flavor.

Flavors: Peach

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154 tasting notes

This tea is a super-weirdo. Some sips are tasty; others taste fake. And I’m a super-basic chick who enjoys diet soda, so when something is fake, it’s italics-bold-underline-caps-lock FAKE.

I have a little more of this sample left, which I mixed in with some basic black to make some iced tea. I spilled some of said tea all over the floor at work* and was kind of relieved not to have to drink it.

(*My boss told me not to worry about it. He was so chill. 10 gold stars.)

This tea isn’t bad. It’s just not good. It’s, you know, drinkable. It’s the “that’ll do, pig” of teas.

Flavors: Artificial, Peach


Loving the Babe reference.

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30 tasting notes

Really good flavor. I like this one a lot, classic herbal from DT. A lot of their selection is really good, this ones on the cheaperish side of their herbals and is great.

Recommend it.

Flavors: Apple, Apple Candy, Peach, Pear

Boiling 8 min or more

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16 tasting notes

I just tried this as a tea-pop, because i only learned what those actually were last night, and it’s pretty good. I bought sooooo much of this tea that I’m starting to get sick of it, but tea-pops may save me from having wasted my money :)

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39 tasting notes

So it’s a big peach day for me. Just finished up my tin of peach paradise from Silk Road this morning and this afternoon it’s the last of my Just Peachy bag from DAVIDs. I’ve tried it several times in the last couple of months but didn’t have the opportunity to write a review for it. The tea has a pleasant fruity aroma to it. I don’t really taste or smell the apples in it, but the blackberry leaves are prominent and add just a hint of tartness to the mix. Overall, it’s quite a sweet tea though. There’s an almost artificial aftertaste that detracts a bit from the experience. I’m reminded of those fuzzy peach candies with each sip. I think it would make a good iced tea.

Flavors: Blackberry, Fruity, Peach, Sweet

205 °F / 96 °C 6 min, 0 sec 5 g 12 OZ / 355 ML

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562 tasting notes

Good for an iced tea, but much too acidic and sweet for a hot tea.

Flavors: Artificial, Fruity, Peach, Tart

180 °F / 82 °C 3 min, 45 sec 1 tsp 10 OZ / 300 ML

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234 tasting notes

This tea was drinkable, but not my favorite.

Flavors: Fruity

Boiling 5 min, 0 sec 4 tsp 16 OZ / 473 ML

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1674 tasting notes

A sample from Miss B! I debated over this sample for a bit, because I’m aware that this tea was marketed at least for the purpose of serving iced. I didn’t really have enough leaf to make a pitcher of iced or cold brewed. I figured it would turn out pretty weak if I decided to risk it. So hot, then. But how much leaf? The whole sample (about 2 tsp) or half of it? This decision was made all the more tortuous by fact that I recently picked up a David’s Tea box set, which contains one of their measuring “teaspoons”. It became obvious pretty quickly that the David’s “teaspoon” is a lot bigger than my normal measuring teaspoon from Bluebird – nearly twice the size, in fact. Interesting. In the end, I went with 1 tsp of leaf from my normal measuring spoon, with the reassurance that I can always add the extra tsp of leaf if things don’t look to be working out. I gave it approximately 4 minutes in boiling water. No additions.

The first thing I have to say is that it smells great. Even if nothing else, the scent is just amazing – fresh, ripe, sweet, juicy peach. Thankfully, the actual flavour is equally wonderful. I had feared from the strength of the scent that it would be a little on the artificial side, but it’s not at all. It’s just like biting into a peach on a warm summer day. Perfect. It’s hard to describe any more accurately – think of a peach and that’s this tea. It’s pretty sweet (maybe just a touch sweeter than it needs to be), but not to the extent that it bothers me. I’m just enjoying this one for its sheer peachiness, and it’s welcome reminder of summer at the beginning of winter.

Boiling 4 min, 0 sec 1 tsp

Yeah, their perfect teaspoon, or whatever it’s called, is so massive compared to the standard ones!

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