Way too sweet. I wish I’d looked at the ingredients and CALORIES before buying it.
“Way too sweet. I wish I’d looked at the ingredients and CALORIES before buying it.” Read full tasting note
“Backlog: I picked up this tea while grocery shopping, and thought I’d give it a try. It is VERY sweet. I was glad that the bottle didn’t have a lot of...” Read full tasting note
“Picked this one up at the Starbucks where I stopped to pick up some lunch. I was already in the area and I didn’t want to have to drive somewhere else so I thought I might as well grab a...” Read full tasting note
“I’m trying to use up all consumables in heavy packaging before The Big Move. Case in point: this bottle of Tazo Giant Peach. Since it weighs about a pound, I’m much better off imbibing...” Read full tasting note
A blend of fine green teas, freshly brewed, with the succulent taste of fat, ripe peaches.
Green tea with apple and peach juice.
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I picked up this tea while grocery shopping, and thought I’d give it a try. It is VERY sweet. I was glad that the bottle didn’t have a lot of settled sediment at the bottom. It tastes strongly of peach with notes of apple. There is too much juice and not enough tea, in my opinion.
I tasted next to no tea flavor. Disappointment.
Picked this one up at the Starbucks where I stopped to pick up some lunch. I was already in the area and I didn’t want to have to drive somewhere else so I thought I might as well grab a panini at Starbucks. I couldn’t decide on a drink and I felt like the barista was waiting for my reply so I impulsively grabbed this from the cooler.
This was pretty good. At first I had assumed I was drinking a very sweet black tea until I read the label. Its green tea with apple and peach juice. I could definitely taste the apples and peaches. I could taste the green tea underneath the apple and peach flavour, but only after I read the label. So it may have just been the power of suggestion! Overall it was good, but a little too sweet. I felt a bit cheated after I found out there was juice in it, but I guess that is better than a load of artificial flavour and sugar. Although, I am sure that is all the juice is made of anyway.
I wish I really would have asked them to make me a fresh iced tea instead. Not sure why I choked when she asked me what I wanted. There’s always next time.
I’m trying to use up all consumables in heavy packaging before The Big Move. Case in point: this bottle of Tazo Giant Peach. Since it weighs about a pound, I’m much better off imbibing it here and now rather than moving it first!
This is really a juice-type beverage—not so much a tea, at least not to me. Today I added a scoop of Madre Labs Madre-C, of which I have about a quarter of a cylindrical jar left—not sure whether I’ll be able to avoid moving this one! The colors match, so I figured that it was a good choice. A peachy-orange colored liquid with a Giant Peach flavor and a massive burst of wild harvested vitamin C (from camu camu, etc.) thrown in for good measure. It tasted fine.
Hopefully I’m healthier for having drained this bottle. One thing is clear: my moving load will be one pound lighter as a result!
Now perhaps I should go prepare some pumpkin soup with some of my stockpiled cans of organic pumpkin and coconut milk!
According the the label Giant Peach is a green tea with apple and peach juices, but this tea doesn’t taste like tea at all. For those of you who don’t enjoy drinking tea, this may be a plus in your category, but if you’re wanting a more traditional bottled tea won’t find it here. This tastes much more like juice and a quick peak at the label shows this contains 30% juice. If you’re a habitual label reader like I am then you’ll quickly realize that this “tea” contains more juice than many juice blends on the market. It also packs a whopping 180 calories and 40 grams of sugar per 13.8 oz bottle. For that reason alone I’m unlikely to purchase it again, but the retail price of $2.49 per bottle is also a little hard to swallow.
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