Ceylon Tea with Peach

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Black Fruit Blend
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Boiling 3 min, 15 sec

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(I want to apologize for my absence. My password seemed to have changed and when I asked for a re set it didn’t work. Long 2 month story short, error with Steepster, password regenerator not working, my account locked. But today I tried my luck and it worked.)

I have been drinking a lot of tea recently as I am on a new diet and I need to fill up on something as the food as thin as air that Diet Chef makes does not fill me.

This has a very pleasant aroma and reminds me of a peach pie…but that may be my hunger talking.
Looks wise this is dark in colour and looks similar to a black coffee.

This is nice, light and airy with a notable taste of Ceylon and slightly sour peach behind it. As with all of the Dilmah tea’s that I have encountered, this one contains artificial flavours (which is a shame) but I believe you can taste the difference. Still a nice tea but I have had better Peach tea (Bigelow being much nicer).

An average Ceylon with a hint of peach is more like it. But still a nice drink to have when you want something light and fruity.

Preparation
Boiling 4 min, 0 sec
Kittenna

Bet it worked because of all the changes that have been going on! Yay! Glad you’re back :)

KittyLovesTea

Thank you I am glad to be back :)

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A sample from KittyLovesTea. I’m naturally suspicious of peach tea. I’ve tried a few, and almost all of them have been unbearably fake-tasting. The kind of peach a kid’s lipgloss might be flavoured with. The smell of this one dry concerns me. It’s exactly the kind of over sweet, cloying, thick artificial peach that I dislike most. I’ve never had a real peach that tasted anything remotely like this (and other peach teas) smell.

As ever, though, I’m up for giving it a chance. Brewed, it’s not actually so bad. There is quite a thick, artificial peach taste, but the base tea is nice and smooth, and it peeks through in just the right places. I actually added milk to this, based on how dark it brewed up after only a couple of minutes, and I think that’s helped to give it a creaminess that it maybe wouldn’t have had otherwise. The suggestion on the sachet this bag came in was to ice it, and I think it might be very refreshing like that. Unfortunately, this doesn’t have quite the natural, fresh peach taste I was really hoping for, so it’s probably not one I’d seek out again. It’s just a little too far on the wrong side of cloying for my tastes. My search for the perfect peach tea continues.

Preparation
Boiling 2 min, 30 sec

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