Blueberry Vanilla Peach

Tea type
Green Tea
Ingredients
Cornflower Petals, Dried Peaches, Freeze Dried Blueberries, Green Tea
Flavors
Blueberry, Peach
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Caffeine
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Average preparation
170 °F / 76 °C 4 min, 0 sec 8 oz / 236 ml

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  • “This reads so fake to me, but I still like it? The blueberry isn’t bad but the peach isn’t the fresh, fuzzy kind. Generic fruity. Bourbon cream is supposed to be in this too, but I don’t taste it....” Read full tasting note
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  • “I haven’t been writing much lately or drinking much tea. I have a cup most mornings at work, but it’s become more of a habit. Not something I put a lot of thought into. My tea cabinet is...” Read full tasting note
    79
  • “Nope. While this one sounds great in theory…i am still not really in a peach mood yet. What i get from this is sort of a mish mash muted vanilla, peachy drink with a hint of blueberry. In...” Read full tasting note
    70
  • “Blueberry. Vanilla. Peach. This hits all those notes and more. Bourbon vanilla lingers in the aftertaste. It’s good but with so many teas in my cupboard, I don’t know if I need more than the...” Read full tasting note
    58

From A Quarter to Tea

Tea of the Month for June 2017

Kukicha green tea from Japan with fruity blueberry and peach, with a touch of bourbon vanilla.

2-4 minutes at 170F

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5 Tasting Notes

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This reads so fake to me, but I still like it? The blueberry isn’t bad but the peach isn’t the fresh, fuzzy kind. Generic fruity. Bourbon cream is supposed to be in this too, but I don’t taste it. This review sounds negative, and it kind of is, but eh. I drank the cup and didn’t hate it.

Flavors: Blueberry, Peach

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I haven’t been writing much lately or drinking much tea. I have a cup most mornings at work, but it’s become more of a habit. Not something I put a lot of thought into. My tea cabinet is overflowing and I miss the ritual of it all so I’m having a latte today, on a Saturday, to really take it in and enjoy it. I’ve been carrying this blend in my bag for a while now, wanting to try it but always going back to the comfort of my favorite black teas instead. I pulled it out today, along with my milk frother, and went through the process of making a cup. Boil the water (just half a cup), cool the water, measure the tea (double the tea), steep the tea, warm the milk, froth the milk, swirl the honey, mind the foam, take a sip. It took longer than my normal cup but has been so relaxing and worth what little extra time it took to make.

A Quarter to Tea has been my very favorite tea company lately. Their teas are so fragrant and flavorful. Never disappointing. I can always count on them to be strong and the flavors distinct. This is no exception. The blueberry shines brighter than all the rest, both in the aroma and the taste. I love the addition of the butterfly pea flowers in their blends as well. My cup was a beautiful greenish blue hue. I’m not sure if there is a flavor there but the color alone makes it fun to drink. This reminds me a lot of their Bedtime Blues blend which I love most of all. Something about being here with a warm mug in my hands really changes my perspective today for the better.

Second Steep
4 ounces water + 4 ounces milk + 170 degrees + 8 minutes

Flavors: Blueberry

Preparation
170 °F / 76 °C 4 min, 0 sec 2 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML

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10612 tasting notes

Nope. While this one sounds great in theory…i am still not really in a peach mood yet. What i get from this is sort of a mish mash muted vanilla, peachy drink with a hint of blueberry. In otherwords not what i want. I’d totally go for this if is was more blueberry vanilla with a hint of peach haha. Still really glad to try it and enjoyed my cup well enough.

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Blueberry. Vanilla. Peach. This hits all those notes and more. Bourbon vanilla lingers in the aftertaste. It’s good but with so many teas in my cupboard, I don’t know if I need more than the package I already have.

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