Ginger, Peach & Apricot

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From The Boston Tea Company

Ginger bits, lush peaches and apricots blended with Chinese black tea and enhanced with natural ginger-peach flavor add up to a delightfully sweet-tart refresher.

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Another Backlog: I finished up the last that I had of this tea this morning. It has really carried me through these days of feeling icky. I was very glad to have it, and this one will be missed.

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558 tasting notes

Having this iced this evening with a little german rock sugar. This is mighty flavorful. Glad to see the flavor and richness stays in the cold brew! Thanks, TeaEqualsBliss for passing this my way. I will have to get some more in the near future!

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Not what I usually think of for a breakfast tea, but it is good. Nice fruit notes throughout the tea. I can taste the peach and apricot, not the ginger. I am not finding any astringency which is a good thing for me. Not sure I will replace this one, but for now it is nice to have:)

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I didn’t realize I started a new one of the same tea that was already posted…sorry…here is a repost of my earlier review…

This is a good flavored black! The Ginger, Peach, and Apricot are even in smell and taste. I can smell and taste them all and equally. Thumbs up – very tasty!

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190 tasting notes

Somehow, the blenders at Boston Tea Co. manage to keep that tea taste in there, despite all the stuff being mixed in. Still, not quite like getting those wonderful fruity flavors from the tea leaves. Cute photos of me (and the tea, of course!) and details: http://lyt-tea-reviews.blogspot.com/2010/11/review-boston-tea-companys-ginger-peach.html

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Boiling 4 min, 0 sec

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While I may have gotten a bad batch of this, I did not care for this one at all. There was something a little off in the flavor profile making it smell more like a meat marinade than a Ginger Peach tea. I am thinking that maybe it is a case of someone getting a little crazy with the artificial flavorings. Would not buy or recommend.

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1767 tasting notes

This one is waiting for a full review at itsallabouttheleaf.com, but quite tasty—made a pot big enough to ice down when weather gets warm this afternoon, but I don’t think it’s going to last that long.

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Yummy like fruit candy. Very nice with both peach and apricot giving a strong showing. The ginger is faint. Uses Chinese black tea and the taste is appropriate, very smooth.
Gonna try blending this half & half with other straight black tea. The fruit flavors are so hearty I suspect a blend will hold up well.

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Picked this up during a trip to Home Goods. They sometimes have gourmet foods. So I picked up this tin & it ended up being the best buy on the day.

I love this tea hot or cold. Iced during the summer offers a refreshing drink. Hot during the winter offers some warmth. Either way, you get a delightful full body flavored cuppa tea.

The ginger is the strongest note in this one….so avoid it if you don’t care for ginger.

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