Organic Peach Iced

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From Harney & Sons

Notes of Georgia peaches and hand-picked full leaf Organic Chinese black tea combined together for a refreshing tea with sweet earthy tones.

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Since 1983 Harney & Sons has been the source for fine teas. We travel the globe to find the best teas and accept only the exceptional. We put our years of experience to work to bring you the best Single-Estate teas, and blends beyond compare.

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Iced tea of the day……

I just noticed the one they sell now is not Organic…..I will be moving this tea note to the proper tea page soon. My review is for Peach Iced Tea which is the offering as of July 2012….probably sooner, but it needed a date!

Another sample from Russel at the Millerton Shop. (Thank you!) I was really glad to get to try this, because I have gifted it to friends and not even had a chance to try it for myself. I am a big fan of their Midsummer’s Peach decaf blend in loose leaf. MSP was the tea that introduced me to the Millerton Shop since I was not prepared to buy an entire pound of it, and that is how it is offered online in loose leaf other than a sample. Midsummer’s Peach makes a great iced tea, but usually, I want the caffeine during the day. Enter, the Peach Iced Tea in 2 qt. pouches.

I must say, the convenience of the pouches is wonderful. It makes the perfect gift for those who don’t have the patience or tea obsession to mess with leaves. I like it, too, actually. I made the iced tea in a pyrex measuring cup right along side my first morning cuppa. Then I added the super-strength brew to my favorite pitcher full of ice plus a little more water to bring it up to about 2 qts. Notes of fresh peach and oh so smooth and refreshing. It definitely holds a place in my top favorite iced teas, and readily nudged out Midsummer’s. I will have to purchase some….for me and more for gifts. Did you see how cute the tin is?


So you taste a difference in this one compared to MSP iced?


I do….I notice the difference between any decaf and regular versions of just about anything now that my palate is a little more experienced. I will take the fully leaded any day…..


I’ll have to try this then! I only have MSP.

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It’s overcast and foggy today, so you would think it would finally be a day for tea… Sadly the wind is warm and super strong (it blew the magnets of the fridge earlier), so iced tea it is!

I followed brewing instructions from the Harney US website, as the NZ Harney’s instructions are lacking and confusing [US says one pouch= 1 gallon of tea (3.78 Liters), NZ says one pouch= 1 Liter (0.26 gallons). Hmmmm…]

I steeped 2 cups of boiling water for 15 minutes (at which point it tasted really bitter and I was afraid I had overstepped it) and then mixed in around 6 cups of cold. Now it doesn’t taste bitter at all and I wish that I had steeped it longer for a stronger taste. I ended up making just over 3 Liters worth (under a gallon) due to bottle size constraints. Overall, I’m quite confused as to how much water I should have used due to the contradictions. Anyone know?

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Made this as directions stated and it made a really nice peach iced tea. My son hasn’t been to happy with my iced tea concoctions lately (but he does love iced tea) and so I splurged and ordered this one I should have done a taste test before adding the two cups of sugar because it tastes super sweet to me ( I normally don’t use sugar in tea) but the peach tea stands up to it and is very, very good.


2 CUPS?!?!?! Whoa… I can feel my teeth rotting just reading about it…


It’s a one gallon pitcher of tea.


That’s also 1TB of sugar per cup… ouch.


sweet tea! hmmmm, i like raspberry better, i do need to try cinnamon though


Cofftea, Have you ever had sweet ice tea from Chick-Fil-A? It’s about the same sweetness level.


Amazon, This one was sooo easy it is in a bag already measured (it is one huge honking teabag) it was a pleasure making Iced Tea like this.


Amazon, The H&S Raspberry Iced Tea was a herbal so I wasn’t sure if I’d like it or not.


i have to do herbal at night or i am awake foreverrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr – it’s awful, caffeine tastes better :(


UPDATE: I had a glass of this today and it is SOOO good.

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Refreshing, strongly peachy.

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