This is a pretty good tea. I also like that Revolution carries it in Decaf!
“Second bagged tea of the day yesterday. Definitely peachy. With a bite that is supposed to be ginger and I could identify as ginger, but was also a kind of off ginger taste. Not quite sure how to...” Read full tasting note
“We were able to get some of this for the office, I am trying to upgrade us to slightly better stuff even though I drink loose leaf tea most of the time anyway. This was steeped via regular mug...” Read full tasting note
“Thursday Jan. 20, 2011 2nd Steep of th DAY Got enticed by the Peach on the Box "AGAIN" What a Great GINGER PEACH MIX In this Infuser BAG. The Dry Leaf SMELL is so RICH and BOLD. You are not...” Read full tasting note
“This is really tasty. I think I may have oversteeped it slightly because I forgot to set the timer... but, surprisingly, it doesn't taste bitter (I say surprisingly because this is an Assam blend,...” Read full tasting note
Revolution Tea’s Sweet Ginger Peach is a flavor-packed, original tea made from fine Ceylon and Assam teas, fresh peach flavoring and ginger root. This hand-blended wonder has emerged as the most popular flavor in Revolution Tea’s award-winning line of teas.
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I love this tea! It smells heavenly and brews up a nice fruity light cup of tea. I wish it was more available locally. I used to be able to get it at Target but no more. I have ordered it online because I like it so much, but tend to nurse the box along so I don’t run out.
It’s a bagged tea, so I don’t really worry about oversteeping. I just leave the bag in the mug. I don’t even use a teacup for this one.
Tried this tea for the first time this morning and I was impressed.
I used two of the tea bags because I drink out of a big University of Oregon mug. It has a very full body that does not lack in peach flavor. The ginger is balanced very well, not at all overpowering. Would be improved even more if I had honey to add to it.
The one downside to this tea that I experienced is that the tea bag before steeping smells kind of like peach liquor, a weird alcoholesque smell, not at all pleasing.