Ginger Peach

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200 °F / 93 °C 5 min, 0 sec 11 oz / 327 ml

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From Argo Tea

A tea with a potent blend of spicy ginger and sweet peach.

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Well, I didn’t expect that I’d be celebrating my 25th birthday alone and stuck in O’Hare, but I’m trying to make the most of it. I’m already planning to treat myself to Tortas Frontera by Rick Bayless for dinner. The fresh lime margaritas at the bar looked awesome when I passed by, so I may just have to indulge.

In the meantime, I’m hanging out at Argo Tea enjoying the first of what I expect will turn into 2 or 3 cups of tea. The first I picked up to try was Ginger Peach. They serve it both iced and hot. I went with hot and almost immediately regretted the decision. The ginger is a bit spicy, but not overdone. It tastes like there was probably dried ginger chunks in the tea rather than a ginger flavoring. The peach, however, was just okay. I’ve had much better tasting peach teas. As it cooled, the ginger really started to shine through. I’m kicking myself for not getting the iced version of this!


sorry about that, is it the weather delay, mechanical or last minute travel plans. What a crazy busy airport to be stuck in!


I’ll second the “sorry about that.” My O’Hare experiences have never been good.

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16 tasting notes

Mild and soothing. The flavors blend well. The peach and ginger flavors are equally represented in this tea. Black teas are usually dull to me. Not bad, but not high on my wish list. I imagine this tea would be nice for an upset stomach.

185 °F / 85 °C 6 min, 0 sec

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I love the almost-tangy smell of this tea before it steeps. After steeping, it smells sweeter- like warm honey. Steep it longer and some pungent ginger undertones emerge. How does it taste? A little flavorless, though It leaves a pleasant black tea aftertaste in your mouth.

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I forgot that I’d almost cleaned up my work tea stocks last week—only two choices! Preposterous. Lucky this one’s a good’un.

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