Peach Nectar

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Fruit Oolong Blend
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  • “Thanks again for the samples, Octavia Tea! The idea of a strictly peach oolong does seem AMAZING in theory. As it’s marketed as a peach oolong, I don’t see or taste much in the way of peach or...” Read full tasting note
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This succulent flavor of juicy, mouthwatering peach harmonizes with an exquisite oolong tea to create this fruit-forward blend. Exuberant chords of hibiscus melt into a sweet lemongrass and acacia-honey finish. Prized for its antioxidant content and metabolism-boosting properties, the oolong tea used in this blend has a bright, smooth flavor. Lively, spirited, & joyful!

NET WT (per tin): 1.32 oz (38 g)

Organic oolong tea Organic lemongrass Organic apples Organic orange slices Organic hibiscus Organic peaches Natural peach and bilberry flavors

This tea is USDA Certified Organic.

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Thanks again for the samples, Octavia Tea! The idea of a strictly peach oolong does seem AMAZING in theory. As it’s marketed as a peach oolong, I don’t see or taste much in the way of peach or oolong. There are too many other ingredients here. I see the occasional long piece of oolong leaf primarily after the tea is steeped. Otherwise, it’s a fruity cup with plenty of lemongrass, tiny apple cubes, hibiscus, and an occasional orange slice. The description also mentions peach, so maybe they are indistinguishable from the apple cubes. I used 1 3/4 teaspoons to make sure I had a decent amount of the ingredients in the cup. Overall, it certainly tastes fruity, but a bit too much of the hibiscus drowns out those other flavors, definitely overpowering any oolong flavor. This one certainly tastes better in the summer than it would in the winter. Since lemons are cheap right now (ten for a dollar!), I added a bit of lemon to the second steep and it tasted delicious with that citrus wedge that was already in the infuser.
Steep #1 // 1 3/4 teaspoons for a full mug // 18 minutes after boiling // 2 minute steep
Steep #2 // just boiled // 3 minute steep

Kittenna

Ten lemons for a dollar? Jeez, I would be making lemonade all the time. Typical pricing here is more like 1 lemon for $1, or maybe if you’re lucky, 2/$1.

Sad this tea wasn’t more of a peach oolong.

tea-sipper

Yeah, I’ve never seen 10 for a $1… they are really trying to sell those lemons. haha

gmathis

We occasionally get dollar deals like that on limes, too. This sounds like a great summer tea, even if it isn’t very aptly named.

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