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Gingered Peach

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Black Fruit Blend
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Edit tea info Last updated by Kittenna
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Boiling 3 min, 30 sec

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  • “1000th note right here! So I thought I'd do something special with it and chose to make gingered peach potato pancakes with my Aunt. I love cooking with her. And the pancakes... oh my! It was...” Read full tasting note
    indigobloom 1258 tasting notes
  • “Treating this one as a sipdown because there is no way i'm going to finish this tea. Might drop it into my swap box (or just toss it), though i'm not sure i want to subject anyone to this tea. It...” Read full tasting note
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    Silaena 4041 tasting notes
  • “Ehhhh.... definite ginger flavour, mixed with.... weirdness. As *Raritea* mentioned, it's also a bit perfumey. Bleccch. Probably not a tea I will end up finishing :/ I don't think I can make this...” Read full tasting note
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    kittenna 2221 tasting notes
  • “1.5 tablespoons for 375ml of water. Very aromatic/perfume-y flavour. Ginger taste present but there is no strong spice quality to it. Blunt bitterness in the middle of the sip. There is a...” Read full tasting note
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    Rarity 415 tasting notes

From Kally Tea

Let’s couple brisk Ceylon and Darjeeling black teas, with the addition of freshly hand ground ginger and sweet dried peaches. But that is not enough… cinnamon and cloves are also added to balance out the body of this wonderful tea blend. This is an exciting blend for either hot tea, or served iced.

Ingredients: Black Tea, Organic Black Tea, Dried Peaches, Cinnamon, Ginger, Organic Honeybush, Natural Flavors, Cloves.

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9 Tasting Notes

1258 tasting notes

1000th note right here!
So I thought I’d do something special with it and chose to make gingered peach potato pancakes with my Aunt. I love cooking with her.
And the pancakes… oh my! It was quite yummy. The ginger really shines through, while the peach added that sweet zing that really made the pancakes pop. Sour cream and sugar (traditional way to serve it) made it almost like a peaches and cream dessert. Yum!!
My Aunt quite enjoyed the tea as well, so I gave her the rest of my packet (seeing as I don’t like it at all!)
Spending the day with my aunt was fun. We had a great time!
Oh and we also made Strawberry Pu-erh pancakes but those came first and we made a few errors when prepping so they were less flavourful. I wish we hadn’t used up the last of my sample on that. Oh well, I can always grab more.

Bonnie

So, did you infuse or blend the tea in? I’ve only ever infused in liquid and then added to my batter.

Bonnie

Oh, HAPPIEST 1000!!!!!!!

Indigobloom

Thanks Bonnie!! :D
I let the cut up potatoes sit in the tea for an hour or so and then drained it. Since the recipe doesn’t call for any liquid we couldn’t actually add it to the batter, sadly!

Dinosara

Woohoo congrats! I am 30 notes away from my 1000th. :D

Kittenna

Finally 1000!!! :P

Sil

slacker grin congrats silly

Tamm

Wow! What a huge marker! :DKeep going!

Bonnie

We should have prizes for 1000 or something. I think you should have a wish (can I guess?). Wouldn’t be tea would it.

Indigobloom

Dinosara, thank you! I’ll be watching out for yours, 1000 reviews feels good!!

Kittenna, hehe I know, I was trying to save it for March 11 (3yr anniversary) but couldn’t bear it!

Sil, thx! yes, yes I am indeed silly!! :D

Tamm, definitely, plan on going on for a long long time here! :P

Bonnie… I like that idea!tea… how did you know?!
hahhaa

TheTeaFairy

Happy 1000th! Spending time cooking with you aunt sounds like fun, I’m glad you had such a wonderful day:-)

Indigobloom

Thanks TeaFairy!! it was certainly a happy day. I’m looking forward to doing that again soon :)

Terri HarpLady

1000 posts! Awesome!

Indigobloom

thanks Terri!! it feels good!

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4041 tasting notes

Treating this one as a sipdown because there is no way i’m going to finish this tea. Might drop it into my swap box (or just toss it), though i’m not sure i want to subject anyone to this tea. It still tastes like i licked a pile of potpourri, so yeah, not a fan lol

K S

Interesting – appears to be one of those love it or hate it teas.

Sil

yep, sadly i fall on the “dear god get it away from me” side of things haha

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Ehhhh…. definite ginger flavour, mixed with…. weirdness. As Raritea mentioned, it’s also a bit perfumey. Bleccch. Probably not a tea I will end up finishing :/ I don’t think I can make this better. For someone who loves ginger, this one could be ok, or perhaps be mixed with another tea, but…. it’s not for me!

Preparation
Boiling 3 min, 0 sec
Indigobloom

I’m thinking of baking with it!

Kittenna

That could work. It’s not terrible, but I didn’t care for it as tea.

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415 tasting notes

1.5 tablespoons for 375ml of water.

Very aromatic/perfume-y flavour. Ginger taste present but there is no strong spice quality to it. Blunt bitterness in the middle of the sip. There is a tart-flat note near the end of the sip. Peach flavour mildly present in the aftertaste. Pleasant black tea astringency present. Overall flavour is quite flat.

Thanks to Sil and Indigobloom for sharing this with me!

Preparation
Boiling 2 min, 45 sec
Indigobloom

Ugh!!
I wonder if there is a recipe I could use this in. Can’t see myself drinking it down any other way!

Sil

I really need to get on top of getting through those teas….hopefully this Sundays can get through more of my teas that I still haven’t tried.

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I’ve had some pretty cheap-tasting Ginger Peach teas in my day. This is not one of them. The peach flavor is fresh and adds a nice scent to the room.

The spicy heat of the ginger is buoyed by the addition of cinnamon and clove, which added a little “hmmmm, what is that?” as I was drinking. I didn’t realize the additional spices were in there until I read the company’s description just now, but it solved that mystery for me. Sorry for the problematic grammar in the last paragraph. :-/

I would recommend this as a hot tea; I thought it tasted a little strange as it cooled in the cup. I think the cinnamon and clove might make an iced version taste somewhat off.

Preparation
Boiling 5 min, 0 sec
Meowkattack

This makes me really want to give it a shot hot… but it really is so yummy over ice!

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58 tasting notes

First to review this? I feel so special! First off let me say that I am very impressed with Kally Tea, their product packaging and everything is super spacey and I am very excited that I have a whole huge box of their teas to try!

I bought this to have as an iced tea, and I doubt that I will be trying it hot, so this is an iced review. I mixed roughly 3 teaspoons of rock sugar in about 10 oz of water and steeped 2.5 teaspoons of tea. Poured over ice this made a medium size pitcher worth of iced tea. (recipe rant, sorry!)

Now to the flavor! The balance of ginger and peach is actually rather spot on. One sip you get a really peachy note, and the next is gingery, then a mix, then more ginger, etc. I really like that about this tea! It almost creates a “What is this sip going to taste like?” (between ginger and peach)

Overall, pretty impressed and glad I found a good ginger/peach tea. I’m lucky enough to live where it is hot most of the year, so it’s nice to have a lot of variety in ice teas. I am really looking forward to tasting the rest of what I ordered as well!

Preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 4 min, 0 sec
LiberTEAS

I love Kally Teas too. And they are super nice!

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17 tasting notes

I got my order from Kally Teas in the mail yesterday! The post office workers here probably hate me. I stalk my packages on the internet until they arrive at my local post office, then I run up to to get them so I don’t have to wait for them to be delivered to my door, because I’m notoriously impatient and that crap takes too long.

Dry, this tea smells cloyingly sweet and perfumey, But when steeped it tastes amazing. You can definitely taste the black tea and the peach, with a pleasant spicy background. The peach only comes out more when lightly sweetened.

The first steep was really good. I followed the directions on the package completely. I have an infuser at my house but I forgot to bring it to work with me. I wound up dumping the tea straight into my mug of water and fishing them back out when time was up, because again, I was really excited and I’m impatient.

The second steep was not as good, I shoved the wet leaves into my infuser when I got home so I didn’t have to go chase them again. The cloves in it made my tongue go a numb and tingly. I have to watch out for things like that, I have a geographic tongue,(My dentist said it was “really cool” because he hadn’t seen one before. He scares me but my teeth are healthy so win some lose some, I guess.), it can be wikipediaed if anyone cares to know what that is. I’m probably more susceptible things bothering my tongue than the rest of the population, so I’m not going to knock points off for that.

Overall though, I love this tea, and I will most likely buy more when I run out.

Preparation
Boiling 3 min, 0 sec

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