Let me just say that I love peach! And this does not disappoint. It is my new favorite nighttime herbal. I also want to start adding it to some of my peach white and green teas to add some extra peach to them. Love this tea!
“Still my favorite blend from Teavana, & I enjoyed a cup tonight, unsweetened. I really am trying to start winding down a little earlier each night, although in all honesty, I haven't been all the...” Read full tasting note
“i had a cold brew of this one and i'm thinking my tastebuds may be having issues with this one so i'll hold off on rating it. The aroma is undeniably peachy but the taste comes across as overly...” Read full tasting note
“"Another Traveling Tea Box?!?!" The dryleaf smell evokes images of peach syrup, peach gummy candy, canned peaches, and peach pie filling. Every yummy good peach dessert. I could ever want is in...” Read full tasting note
“I somehow went from owning absolutely no teas from Teavana to having a ton in the span of about a week. First there was the Heavenly Sale, and then I got some as a Christmas gift from my...” Read full tasting note
A peaceful medley of soft peach and sweetpineapple gently falls across your palate, while calming Roman chamomile and lemon verbena shower over you, creating a tranquil treat.
Sweet peach infusion with light citrus and floral undertones
Use 1.5-2 tsp of tea per 8oz of water. Heat water to just at boiling (208 degrees/98 degrees Celsius) and steep for 5-6 minutes. For stronger flavor use more tea leaves. 2oz of tea equals 25-30 teaspoons.
Ingredients: Apple pieces, candied pineapple pieces (pineapple, sugar, citric acid), rosehip peels, peach pieces (with rice flour), artificial flavoring, chamomile flowers, lemon verbena
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Still workin’ my way through the swap teas. This one, courtesy of Shadowfall :)
I’ve yet to have a peach flavored tea that I really love. So far, peach teas have been excessively sweet, artificial, or just plain icky. This tea falls under the first two. The peach flavor is too artificial and leaves a sweet after taste, the sort of taste I’d get from eating a bag of gummies or a dumdum pop. The strength of the flavor is weak, though I personally wouldn’t much care for a stronger dose of cavity-inducing flavor, but anyone who is into sweeter teas might want to keep this in mind.
This tea has somewhat changed from the 2012 stock, but it’s still fantastic! Tart with a clean citrus “bite”, mostly from the verbena and pineapple. There is a distinctive earthy, almost woodlike taste to this tea, which I love. The newer version is not as sweet and floral as last year. There is an obvious difference between the two but it’s still great!
Iced this tea is the bees knees! I can’t get enough of that, rich, thick, sticky peach nectar quality when it’s steeped for a good hour or more! I’ve mixed this with a great quality black tea such as Golden Monkey and its just like a Peach Snapple (without all those crazy sugars and additives!)
So far one of my favourite teas!
28 down – 472 to go!
Right now this is just about the perfect tea for me, because I am stressed out, reacting badly to caffeine and in need of a gentle pick-me-up. I find Peach Tranquility to be a soothing, luxurious treat on its own and it blends really well with other teas (especially Teavana’s Shanghai Orchid or Wild Orange Blossom teas, the first accentuates Peach Tranquility’s mellow notes and adds floral overtones while the second adds contrasting peppy citrus notes). It is sweet and fruity and mellow, with a strong taste of peach, but lots of other notes to give it complexity. And when I say sweet I mean it has quite a bit of sugar in it from all the candied fruit in the blend! The way I prepare it is to add 4 tablespoons of tea to my pot and steep it for about 10 minutes in four cups of boiling water – if it is a little chilly after that I just heat it up in the microwave. Not the way I would treat a fine tea, sure, but this is a fruit infusion and it can stand up to that sort of treatment, it is pretty robust. The resteep is often a little weak for my taste so I add one more tablespoon of tea to the mix and then it is just fine.
One of my favorite teas ever, I use to put about .50oz. Organic Chamomile on the original 2oz. bag to empower my sleeping time.
I got Acute Insomnia and that really make me sleep all night long & strong even if someone make a party near me, it don’t wake me!
I usually drink it before my last shower, mostly on medium warm to compliment it with a hot shower of Mandarin essential oil that also help relieve anxiety and stress.