This doesn’t seem like tea to me – a lovely fruit punch perhaps, but not 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 delightfully harmonious blend of candied peach pieces, pineapple, lemon myrtle, Roman chamomile, sunflower petals and rosehips create a most peaceful blend.
How to Prepare
Use 1.5 teaspoons of tea per 8oz of water. Heat water to 208 degrees and steep for 5-6 minutes. 2oz of tea equals 25-30 teaspoons.
Apples, candied pineapple, candied peach pieces, sunflower petals, lemon myrtle leaves, roman chamomile, and rosehips.
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I wanted so much to like this tea. I bought 50g after smelling a few different herbals that would be good iced. It smelt like fuzzy peach candy and I was sold. I tried the blended sample of the peach tranquility tea with the strawberry rose champagne and it was pretty good (too sweet, but I attributed that to the rock sugar they seem to put in everything). I actually forgot about this one in the steeper, so it had a good 10 minutes to form a heavy flavour. Unfortunately it was very lackluster. Far too mild as an iced tea (unless you cold steep… I just found that the ice diluted the flavour to the point of… well… “what’s the point?”). I downed it like I would water, it was very smooth and the after taste was peachy enough. Would not buy again.
This “tea” is lovely. In fact, herbal teas are not actually teas because they don’t contain any leaves, only bits of fruit, berries, nuts, and so on! It’s naturally caffeine free, so enjoying this tea before bed has become a nightly treat.
The scent is fruity, and the tea it self is a pretty assortment of warm colors. While several ingredients in it (candied fruits) are already sweetened, the tea really gets a boost from a dab of honey.
I recommend this tea cold or hot, and with some lemon cookies. Try Trader Joe’s Meyer lemon cookies! Happy Steeping.