Sweet Ginger Peach Black Tea

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205 °F / 96 °C 4 min, 30 sec 2 g 8 oz / 236 ml

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Revolution Tea’s Sweet Ginger Peach is a flavor-packed, original tea made from fine Ceylon and Assam teas, fresh peach flavoring and ginger root. This hand-blended wonder has emerged as the most popular flavor in Revolution Tea’s award-winning line of teas.

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545 tasting notes

Second bagged tea of the day yesterday. Definitely peachy. With a bite that is supposed to be ginger and I could identify as ginger, but was also a kind of off ginger taste. Not quite sure how to explain. It wasn’t yucky or anything. Black tea base was a little lighter than the previous tea, but I could still taste it. I cannot remember if I steeped this one for 3 or 4 minutes, but it was one of the two.

Drank when my mom got home. We both had cups of tea. And while studying briefly before dinner, which was thick cut breaded but baked pork chops with grainy mustard, black pepper roasted brussel sprouts, and sweet potato gnocchi with cinnamon and brown sugar browned butter.

Rating this one a 55 (nice bagged tea range 50-60).

200 °F / 93 °C

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2816 tasting notes

We were able to get some of this for the office, I am trying to upgrade us to slightly better stuff even though I drink loose leaf tea most of the time anyway.

This was steeped via regular mug method and they’re teabag sachets. I like ginger and I like the black assam/ceylon blend here. My only beef with this one is the peach flavoring is a bit too sweet and artifical for my tastes. I feel like I’m eating a jolly rancher or something… I may try to make iced tea out of this, it might be better that way.

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377 tasting notes

Thursday Jan. 20, 2011
2nd Steep of th DAY
Got enticed by the Peach on the Box “AGAIN
What a Great GINGER PEACH MIX In this Infuser BAG.
The Dry Leaf SMELL is so RICH and BOLD.
You are not disappointed after a 5 Min. Boiling Water Steep.
The Warm Nectar with GINGER Overtones
Rewards your Patience for waiting for the Steep to Complete.
Keep on Steepin

Boiling 5 min, 0 sec

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4846 tasting notes

This is really tasty. I think I may have oversteeped it slightly because I forgot to set the timer… but, surprisingly, it doesn’t taste bitter (I say surprisingly because this is an Assam blend, and I usually expect Assam to become bitter when it’s oversteeped). It is a good, strong tea with a lovely peach and ginger flavor. The tea is the strongest flavor (as it should be) with lovely sweet peach notes and a hint of ginger’s fire.

I like the way this one comes together. Very enjoyable.

Hesper June

I was obsessed with this tea last year.
I still like it a lot:)

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6770 tasting notes

Still enjoy this tea. Some teas I have a problem with ginger. For some reason the ginger content in this tea is just a happy medium. Nice! LOVE the smell before, during, and after steeping, too! Doesn’t leave a bad aftertaste so that is always a plus. Looking forward to getting another tea from Revolution in the near future, I hope…

Cynthia Carter

You might like the Earl Grey Lavender – not that I’m an enabler or anything . .


Thanks Cynthia! I will look for it!

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187 tasting notes

Okay, this one smells really delicious. Like ginger and peaches and lovely stuff like that. Really heady and strong. My dad kept stealing the teabag from me and sniffing the contents and oohing and ahhing.

The bag is really cute too. Some sort of silky fabric, and inside… TEA. Like, actual leaves. This makes me very, very happy. I was very tempted to go in there and FREE THE LEAVES but I figured I should try to steep this puppy up the way it’s meant to be steeped: in the bag.

Anyway, since my friend at work gave me the bag, I had no idea what the parameters were. So I just steeped this up for a bit, and… yeah. The tea doesn’t smell as good as the dry. There’s a bit of a musky/musty order, and the black tea smells a bit dusty. But it’s not that bad.

So I go in for the sip and… hrm. The black tea here is pretty bitter. The ginger peeps through and then trounces your tongue. Bounces on it like a trampoline and says “HAI THURR.” It dissipates into a peach flavor that’s actually pretty okay-tasting, except for the fact that there’s a peach hand lotion taste to it. Like if you’ve ever licked your hand after putting on lotion. That sort of creamy/icky/soapy taste. Yeah. I don’t know what it’s doing in there, since I don’t wear lotion, or maybe it’s just some weird by-product, but anyway…

This one was a bit bizarre. Successive sips made it taste better, and when it cooled it tasted a bit better and sweeter, but I couldn’t get past the hand lotion taste. And the bitterness of the black.

Sigh. Well, tomorrow’s Friday and I’ll be able to steep some lovely stuff at home! Looking forward to the NOMNESS.

Boiling 3 min, 0 sec

Eeew @ the hand lotion taste. I’ve sort of done that before and it is gross. Bad tea! Bad!


Yay Friday! Yay home! Yay nomness! All is good. All is light.



O noes another soapy tasting one! I’ve tried this brand a couple of times at a hotel in Copenhagen for the breakfast buffet and found it decent. Certainly better than the lipton alternative, but I’ve never seen it anywhere else.


FREE THE LEAVES sounds like a great campaign slogan. I kind of like the silky fabric that some of the pyramid or sachet bags are made of. But ultimately, you gotta free those leaves, man.


@Auggy, I’m sure it would be terribly gross if you accidentally poured the lotion into the tea. Talk about EW.

@takgoti OMG SHIBA INU. I love that breed of dog. They’re supposed to be very cat-like.

@Angrboda isn’t soapiness the worst? Once you taste it, you can’t untaste it, and then you’re like DISHWASHING LIQUID EW. Yeah. Not cool.

@LENA Seriously, the bag was SO cute. But I felt bad for those leaves, trapped in a little mesh prison of hopelessness, itching to get out… it was depressing to see them all pressed up against the bag. I felt like I drowned them instead of taking them for a swim. :(

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1116 tasting notes

This one’s just all right. It smells nice before its made, but the flavor is unimpressive — you can’t taste the peach! I keep it around for when I’m not feeling well and want something with ginger.

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54 tasting notes

This is a perfect warm-weather tea, and I can also see it making a great iced treat as part of a lemon/tea cocktail. I’ve only ever had ginger with Puerhs, where the ginger would need to compete with the strong earth notes, so this was a new experience.
This is a blend of Assam and Ceylon, therefore the ginger is milder. It warms the cup, but you can still taste the black tea flavor profile. The peach is pleasant in the aroma, in the cup it’s not overwhelming – which is how I personally feel flavored tea should be done. You should still be able to discern whether the base tea is good or not. While I’m not tasting extraordinary maltiness or the typical Assam astringency, it still tastes like a good quality cup.
I purchased this flavor as a mini tin Revolution Tea traveler – the tin contains 6 mesh infuser bags. I do believe I’ll replenish the tin when I’m done, it’s a relaxing post-meal tea that I look forward to getting to know better in subsequent days.
Steeped for 2 minutes with just-under-boiling water. 2nd steep, around 5 minutes with cooler water. No major difference apart from a weaker peach aroma

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427 tasting notes

This smells mostly like peach. I steeped it up. This tastes like peach with abit of ginger and black tea. The color is even light in the cup. i think this is pretty good with I would say a medium peach taste with a simple black tea and abit of ginger that is not overly spicy.

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6 tasting notes

Just tried it for the first time..iced. And its lovely.

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