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  • “Today’s work SBT, prepared the usual way. It’s also the most disappointing SBT I’ve tried in a while, because I can’t really taste much in the way of peach, cobbler, or ice cream (the package says...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Backlog: A tasty iced tea. I don’t know that I’m tasting the “a la mode” part of this, but I definitely taste the peach cobbler part. (The package says a la mode) I definitely taste the peach,...” Read full tasting note

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Premium Organic black tea with organic flavors. Each 14g teabag will make one 2-quart pitcher of DELICIOUS iced tea. Re-steep the teabag and you can get a full gallon out of each one. Steep in boiling water for 2-3 minutes. (3 minutes MAX.) Then combine with ice and water to make a 2-quart pitcher. It couldn’t be simpler—OR more delicious!

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Today’s work SBT, prepared the usual way. It’s also the most disappointing SBT I’ve tried in a while, because I can’t really taste much in the way of peach, cobbler, or ice cream (the package says a la mode even though the listing doesn’t…) If I concentrate, I can taste tinned peaches, or rather, the syrup that they’re usually preserved in. The flavour really is that light and insubstantial. There’s no vanilla to suggest ice cream, no creaminess, and nothing buttery, biscuitty, or even pastry-like to make me think cobbler. The main flavour is sweet black tea, with only the very, very mildest hint of peach. This makes me sad, because I had high hopes for this one.

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Super Starling!

(raspberry) (the sound, not the plant) That bites. Tazo makes a pretty good peach/apple cobbler chai thing. (The apple is a filler, and does show up). It’s pretty cheap, so if you see it in the supermarket, it might make you feel better.

Scheherazade

I’ll look out for that :)

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Backlog:

A tasty iced tea. I don’t know that I’m tasting the “a la mode” part of this, but I definitely taste the peach cobbler part. (The package says a la mode) I definitely taste the peach, buttery biscuit notes and a caramelized flavor along with the black tea notes. Yummy. But I don’t get a lot of creamy notes or vanilla notes that say to me “a la mode.”

Really good though.

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