Ginger Peach

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205 °F / 96 °C 4 min, 15 sec 8 oz / 236 ml

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Ginger Peach is a blend of fine black tea, organic dried ginger, calendula (marigold) flower petals and natural peach essence. Together, they blend to make a refreshing tea that can be enjoyed either warm or iced. Native to China and India, Peach has its roots in Persia, Greece and Spain. In the 16th century, it became cultivated in America. Peaches are low in calories and a good source of healthy carbohydrates. We use dried ginger root with mildly spicy flavor undertones to balance the sweet lushness of peach in this blend. Ginger is known to be a good remedy for digestive problems.

Flavor Profile: Sweet, rich and smooth taste. Full-bodied brew with little or no astringency.

Ingredients: Black Tea Leaves, Natural Peach Essence, Organic Ginger, Calendula Petals.

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1318 tasting notes

Last night we had Italians for dinner. As in, a colleague of the boyfriend’s and his wife, not actually for dinner.

The menfolk having that icky fermented grain beverage, Mrs. Italian was interested in trying this tea, which suited me fine because I’m not that keen on it myself so it was a good way to use some leaf. Actually, when I asked her what sort of tea she would like, she answered ‘something spicy’ and I suggested this one to her. In truth, I think it’s actually the only real spicy tea I’ve got. I don’t really do spices in tea.

Anyway, I made her a big pot of it so she could top up if she wished, and it got me rid of a large amount of leaf. I have to admit though, that I forgot to ask her what she thought of it, but she didn’t look like she found it unpleasant, so I’m going to assume that she did like it.


makes a good simple syrup to candy actual peaches in …FYI

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984 tasting notes

Tea of the morning and my second tea from the Steepster August box……

I have had a few ginger peach teas in my tea journey, and this one is different. The ginger is the main note, with subtle hints of peachy sweetness. One ginger tea that stands out in my memory did not work for me as the ginger made the tea more bitter than spicy. This one works, though. The ginger in this one makes it refreshing and spicy without a hint of bitterness. A side effect….I can breathe very well. That morning sinus that can linger for a bit is gone.

I do like that this is not a tea I would have normally chosen due to my past experiences with very ginger teas. Thank you, Steepster, for chosing this one.

24 oz teapot, 4 1/2 actual tsp tea, freshly boiled water (in the cheap electric kettle from a big box store, because I have two from a recent product launch that quit working), 4 minutes. Lightly sweetened.

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Thanks for this review Jen – I love a good ginger peach but not a bad one, if you get my drift, so it’s great to live vicariously through your steepster club until it comes to Canada! I will def put this tea on my list.

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4833 tasting notes

My 2nd tea from the Steepster Select box from August. This is a good Ginger Peach. Well-balanced. Not too gingery, but enough warmth and spice generated from it to let you know that there’s ginger in this. The peach is sweet and smooth but not too much sweetness or fruitiness from it. The black tea base is solid and strong. Pleasantly flavored.

A really good Ginger Peach if you’re one who likes ’em… I happen to like them.


I am “one” too!

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19 tasting notes

My first tea sampled from the August Steepster Select. It’s a pretty solid ginger peach tea. The ginger is present but it doesn’t punch you in the face. The peach is there. Sweet, but not overwhelmingly so. Slightly flowery, in the generic potpourri sense. Warming, sweet, satisfying – a good flavored black tea. Everything plays well together. The only detracting factor for me is that sometimes I’ll get a spoonful with more flowers than the others, and at that point they can be a bit overwhelming.

205 °F / 96 °C 5 min, 0 sec

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13 tasting notes

I love ginger and I love peaches (we get a bushel every summer from one of the local Mennonite families) this tea reminds me this annual event with the ginger reminding me of spiced peach crisp. The flavor is nice and smooth peachy goodness with a delicious hit of ginger at the end. The tea base is there but is subtle under the fruit and spice. The peach and ginger are for my tastes nicely balanced. Delicious, when the Steepster Select pouch is empty, I might get more of it.

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66 tasting notes

This is my first time having a Ginger tea and the extra spice notes at the end of my sip is surprising. The tea is mellow but has a nice aroma and an interesting kick. Not bad.

190 °F / 87 °C 5 min, 15 sec

I’m glad you enjoyed this Ginger. I still think you’d enjoy other Ginger teas (Yamamotoyama’s).

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297 tasting notes

I accidentally made this with a little more tea than usual and a little too little water… so we’ll see how this goes.

The scent is very pleasant, a touch of sweet peach and a barely-there spice from the ginger. Cannot pick up the black tea’s scent other than as a solidity to the over-all smell.

The taste is very good, and I’m not one to usually like flavored teas. The black tea is not strong, it just holds the complete flavor together. The ginger makes for a vague spiciness along the mid tongue while the peach gives just a hint of balancing fruit tones.

No particular flavor stands out on this, rather they mix and balance very pleasantly. I’m glad the Steeper Select club sent me this as it’s one I wouldn’t have otherwise tried.

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138 tasting notes

So I had this tea in the first box of Steepster Select and never really sat down to write a tea note. I am drinking it now while making some ginger mint tea on the stove. Hopefully this will tie me over until it is ready. The dry leaf is spot on with ginger, but I can’t really make out the peach. The wet leaf has undertones of peach but the ginger is in the fore front. I like it but I’m not blow away by it. This is a tea that I think anyone would like to be honest. The occasional tea drinker would pick this up and make it iced probably. Me not being an ice tea person would pass this by. Still nice though, just not something I would buy….

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25 tasting notes

I was a bit apprehensive about trying this tea at first. Fruit flavored black teas aren’t really my favorite usually they taste too fake. However, this one doesn’t. I don’t really taste the peach. It’s a really subtle flavor. I taste more spiciness from the ginger than anything. I’ve had a few other ginger teas that have been way over powering but this one is not. This was tried warm. I have yet to try it cool.

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73 tasting notes

This was a perfect treat for me this morning. My stomach is not always reliable these days, with pregnancy food aversions and queasiness coming and going constantly…but I still need my daily cup of tea and this was quite a soothing choice. I’ve been enjoying several ginger teas the last few months, including ginger rooibos and ginger pu-erh, my go-to tummy helpers, but I’m glad to try something new and fruity!

This has all the elements I could ask for right now: nice dark black tea to get me going, combined with a lovely light peach flavor and warm ginger. I like how the ginger isn’t too spicy or strong in this tea. It works really well with the sweet peach. Smooth, soothing, warm, mellow and bright—this is very good! I am glad I have enough to last until my baby is born!

195 °F / 90 °C 5 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML

Just read some nice info about a micronutrient that is healthy for pregnancies and is best had from tea, as 85% of it comes through in the beverage. Starts with an “R”? It is an element.

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