Peach Melba Fruit Tea (BF66)

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Fruit Tea
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Boiling 6 min, 15 sec

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  • “Sip down! Man I really need a weekend so that I can get organized and get some of this tea out the door lol. I'm trying to get at least one sip down in a day, which is harder than it sounds since...” Read full tasting note
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    Silaena 5400 tasting notes
  • “Random observations a) I have way too many open half-packets of tea and tisanes. I have got to do some serious sipping down. (Surely this does not happen to you.) b) Probably not a good idea...” Read full tasting note
    gmathis 1770 tasting notes
  • “There are many things to like about this tea- the aroma when opening a tin, the large pieces of fruit that make it look substantially edible. And so many not to like: the artificial flavoring that...” Read full tasting note
    66
    excyclist 8 tasting notes
  • “a good tea. i taste the peach, but im not sure what the other fruit taste is. wont be buying any higher amount than sample packs, just sample packs now and then” Read full tasting note
    70
    Kirkoneill1988 225 tasting notes

From Upton Tea Imports

A caffeine-free berry tea with peaches and cream taste. Contains hibiscus flowers, dried fruit, sunflower petals and flavoring.

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6 Tasting Notes

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5400 tasting notes

Sip down! Man I really need a weekend so that I can get organized and get some of this tea out the door lol. I’m trying to get at least one sip down in a day, which is harder than it sounds since most of me tea has a few cups worth. However, there are a few that I can do a reasonably decent job of in a day or two. I’m also starting to organize my cupboard and pull out things that I’m willing to swap or want to swap.

So this tea? I’m actually a fan of it. It’s creamy and tangy and peachy and delicious. It’s not overly hibiscusy, and as a result there’s a really creamy peach vibe going on. I would for sure order this again, though preferably in summer so I can make it iced!

Ellyn

I admire your dedication to sipdowns!

Sil

Haha I try. At this point it’s more necessity than anything. I’m hoping my other half will be working one of these days on the weekend so that I can just sit and go through my verdant reserve club teas. I’ve been holding off on those because I haven’t had a chance to just sit and relax and enjoy them. Plus I still want my cupboard down to 150 by November…when I decided that I was under 200….I’m now approaching 300 sigh

Terri HarpLady

This sounds delicious! I’ve been eying upton recently, might have to add this one to my list.
I reorganized my Verdant TOMC & TOMCR into 2 boxes the other day, dividing each into monthly selections. Usually when they arrive, I sample them, & then the hoarding begins. So my goal is to drink from each of those boxes at least once a week. Once I’ve drank something it moves to the back of the box, unless it’s a sipdown, of course!
I try to do some similar kind of rotation with my other teas, otherwise I rapidly drink up my favorites & then wish I hadn’t!

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1770 tasting notes

Random observations

a) I have way too many open half-packets of tea and tisanes. I have got to do some serious sipping down. (Surely this does not happen to you.)

b) Probably not a good idea to have a caramel Milky Way snowman before I tasted this. It’s messing with tastebud accuracy.

c) Hibiscus in peach tea? Seriously?

d) It’s bone-cold, cloudy, threatening to spit snow, I’m freezing; at the moment, the only flavor profile that matters to me is WARM. This is.

Terri HarpLady

Regarding ‘a’ – I resemble that remark

Indigobloom

baha if I sent you my list, you might faint!

MsWhatsit

Regarding ‘b’ you do this a lot, don’t you? I’m pretty sure you’ve spoken of milky way’s and tea before…

Regarding C) Interesting how when you are trying to avoid something, there seems to be a conspiracy to put it in everything. I have a similar problem with chocolate, particularly now that it’s the new health food.

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There are many things to like about this tea- the aroma when opening a tin, the large pieces of fruit that make it look substantially edible. And so many not to like: the artificial flavoring that caused me to have to scrub out my tetsubin not once but twice, the excess of hibiscus that sours the whole thing up and necessitates sugar.

Still, my kids like it provided that I add lots of honey, then its really nice for them.

Do not allow this to steep for the recommended 8 minutes, the longer it steeps the more the hibiscus dominates the cup and masks the peach. 6 minutes is about right for me. YMMV.

And whatever you do, don’t steep this in a cast iron pot! Stick with porcelain so your next pot will taste like tea and not some flavoring agent.

Preparation
Boiling 6 min, 0 sec

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225 tasting notes

a good tea. i taste the peach, but im not sure what the other fruit taste is.

wont be buying any higher amount than sample packs, just sample packs now and then

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67
38 tasting notes

This was one of my favorite fruit teas, I use them to blend. But, I have since found others I really prefer. So this is still pretty good, but no longer a fav. Little bit of a false note, probably their fake cream flavor.

Preparation
Boiling 5 min, 0 sec

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