From Another TTB. This was alright for a black tea. I got a bit of flavor from the peach/strawberry, but nothing like from a herbal. It was a decent middle of the road tea.
“Thanks for this one, too, Amanda! I was overly intrigued about this one because of the ingredients! black tea, freeze-dried red/yellow peach crunchy (concentrated peach puree, tangerines,...” Read full tasting note
“I had been drinking this last night, I did a lazy cold steep on it. Some is still left so I'm eating a real peach with it. I saw something last night say refrigeration makes them less tasty, which...” Read full tasting note
“Sipdown! 822. I'm enjoying this one more than last time. Not getting the weird alcohol association I previously was, although I did get the grapey aroma. Flavourwise, however, I taste peach...” Read full tasting note
“*Tea #9 from Another Traveling Tea Box* The list of ingredients for this tea immediately struck me as odd, what in the world is a peach crunchy and why is it in my tea? I tried not to think about...” Read full tasting note
Red vineyard peach is an incomparable delicacy with unique taste. Together with the strawberry it awakens the desire to visit the slopes of the beautiful vineyard regions where it is grown!
Ingredients: black tea (93 %), flavoring, freeze-dried red/yellow peach crunchy (concentrated peach puree, tangerines, concentrated strawberry juice, concentrated black carrot juice), freeze-dried strawberry pieces, safflower.
Serving Size: 1 level tsp./6oz serving
Brew Temp: 203 to 212 degree F
Brew Time: 4 to 5 Minutes
Company description not available.
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TTB Tea 6: While looking for a tea for the morning in the giant pile of TTB teas, this one stood out to me, with an odd ingredient called “peach crunchy.” Looking at the other reviews, it looks as though other people were drawn in by it as well.
Dry, it definitely smells fruity. I’ve been really craving fruity teas lately, so yay! However, I’m really not tasting much besides the black tea. Perhaps this is an old batch and it’s losing some flavor? I think I’ll sit this one in the fridge for a cold steep and see if that helps any. It’s not terrible, but right now it’s not impressing me either. I was expecting much more tasty fruit flavors after reading the other reviews!