Sencha Peach

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Green Tea
Chamomile, Dried Peaches, Mallow Flowers
Fruity, Peach
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180 °F / 82 °C 2 min, 45 sec 8 oz / 250 ml

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Sweet herbaceous sencha blended with the warm summer flavours of peachy perfection. The wafting fruit flavour doesn’t overwhelm but leaves a long, subtly sweet fruity finish. Light and bright, balanced and beautiful, this is a little ray of sunshine in the heart of winter and a refreshing joy when iced in summer.

Sencha green tea, dried peach pieces, mallow flowers, chamomile, flavour

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I love T2 teas, especially the Sencha scented range. Sencha Peach and Sencha Quince are definitely my favorites. #tea

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I agree with the below comment, smells awesome, flavour pretty good but prefer sencha by itself in terms of taste, kinda lost the flavour.

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this one is the best smelling green tea ive smelt. but as for taste its nice but not as good as the smell.

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I just bought this during the T2 VIP event last night. It smells really good, and I like the peach flavour. I like sencha by itself, but I like fruit tisanes too, so a mix of both is always good in my books.

I actually tasted a mix of Sencha Peach and Fruitalicious as iced tea, and I’ve been thinking of getting the Fruitalicious one. However, I couldn’t taste the Fruitalicious at all. Might have been the ratio of the mix, but I could taste the sweetness of the peach, so I went with it.

(I know someone else tasted the blend and picked the Sencha Peach too, haha).

It’s good hot or cold. I’m lazy so I never make iced tea. For me, tea has to taste good when hot, or I won’t buy it. This one is nice, because it’s not too strong (I don’t like black teas, usually, because they’re too strong), and there’s a natural sweetness to it.

Flavors: Fruity, Peach

195 °F / 90 °C 3 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 8 OZ / 250 ML

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One of my favourite flavoured teas is a Black Tea with Peach and Ginger, so I was pleased to try this out. The leaves smell strongly of peach, and this taste carries into the flavour of the tea well. Peaches are incredibly smooth and take out a lot of the bite that you would usually get in a sencha. You can still taste the grassiness, but not as strongly, and it is not at all bitter (as long as it’s not brewed too long). It’s a nice twist on sencha, certainly worth a try if you like new flavours. It doesn’t quite match up to that Black tea with peach and ginger, but it’s perhaps a summery alternative.

175 °F / 79 °C 2 min, 30 sec 1 tsp 8 OZ / 250 ML

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I absolutely adore this T2 flavour. I find I usually have to steep it for the full 3 minutes recommended to get a really full flavour, and it is true that it’s not the strongest flavour out there, but it’s truly delectable.
Recently I’ve started using this blend as a base for my summer Iced Tea. Brew a batch, cool it down using frozen raspberries, and top it off with some thin slices of yellow peach for garnish.

175 °F / 79 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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