Organic Peach Cobbler

Tea type
Black Fruit Blend
Ingredients
Apple, Black Tea, Cinnamon, Natural Flavours
Flavors
Apple, Cinnamon, Earth, Peach, Pastries, Bitter, Spices, Sweet, Tannic
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Caffeine
High
Certification
Kosher, Organic
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Average preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 5 min, 30 sec 9 oz / 256 ml

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  • “I finally dove into my Tazo order that I bought before they turned into Starbucks. Granted that was, uhh, almost 6 months ago ish, but I figured it was all sealed so I’d drink the stuff I had in my...” Read full tasting note
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  • “I drank this on the way to work today. It wasn’t a BAD tea per se but I really did not get any peach flavor. It tasted like a slightly straight black loose black tea. On the scheme of things it was...” Read full tasting note
    51
  • “I’m not getting any hint of peach at all in the flavor of this tea, though it certainly smelled peachy while dry. Also, steeping for 5 minutes per the instructions on the bag was too long. It’s...” Read full tasting note
    52
  • “I’ve rediscovered my love for tea recently and decided to give this one a try. On first sip you taste the earthiness of the black tea, followed by the aroma of peach and apple, and finished with a...” Read full tasting note
    91

From Tazo

cinnamon + apple + peach

A delectable melange of black teas with peach notes, apple and cinnamon, with other natural flavors.

It’s summertime in here. Nap-in-the-grass, forget-where-your-shoes-are, peach juice-running-down-your-chin, pie-a-la-mode summertime. Steep yourself in the decadent sweetness of organic black teas (and worry about finding your shoes later).

INGREDIENTS
organic black teas, natural flavors, organic cinnamon, organic apple, organic natural flavors

Brewing Instructions
212°F – Bring fresh, filtered water to a boil.
8 fl oz – Pour water over the filterbag in your cup.
5 min – Let it steep. Wait patiently for perfection.

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20 Tasting Notes

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224 tasting notes

I finally dove into my Tazo order that I bought before they turned into Starbucks. Granted that was, uhh, almost 6 months ago ish, but I figured it was all sealed so I’d drink the stuff I had in my cupboard that wasn’t. These all have best by dates good until the end of this year, so I’m not worried about them going stale or something. Lol.
Anyway, this one smelled pretty good in the bag. Peachy, but also kinda strange. Might be the pu-erh in the blend. I’m not exactly sure.
Unfortunately this was a complete disaster to make. I made it twice and both times it’s essentially undrinkable to me because it turned out so bitter. The first time I didn’t exactly follow the package time for steeping. The package said 5 min, which for a black tea made me give it a dubious look, so I did 4 min @ 208*. I should’ve gone with my first instinct and did less because UGH! Horribly bitter, so much so that I didn’t take more than a small sip before pouring it out.
But I wasn’t about to give up so easily, especially not since I still had so much of it. Lol. So I heated some more water up, this time to 200* and only let it steep for 2 min. While it was still bitter, at least it was vaguely drinkable. I don’t really get much peach or apple taste out of it. Just mediocre black tea that’s bitter. It’s rather frustrating actually.

I’m not really sure what to do with this now. I’m tempted to try it one more time with much cooler water and maybe a minute steeping time, but then again, I’m not sure I should bother since it seems so finicky to me. I guess this tea just isn’t working for me.

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 4 min, 0 sec
TheTeaFairy

Mmmm at peach cobbler :-) boo for the tea :-(

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230 tasting notes

I drank this on the way to work today. It wasn’t a BAD tea per se but I really did not get any peach flavor. It tasted like a slightly straight black loose black tea. On the scheme of things it was better then bad bagged tea but nothing super spectacular.

I tasted this tea out of the “Considering a new Traveling Tea Box” tea box.

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353 tasting notes

I’m not getting any hint of peach at all in the flavor of this tea, though it certainly smelled peachy while dry. Also, steeping for 5 minutes per the instructions on the bag was too long. It’s slightly bitter.

I think this would be better steeped a shorter amount of time and with some sugar. I’ll have to experiment more.

Preparation
5 min, 0 sec

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1 tasting notes

I’ve rediscovered my love for tea recently and decided to give this one a try. On first sip you taste the earthiness of the black tea, followed by the aroma of peach and apple, and finished with a light taste of sweet cinnamon. It’s one that I recommend for new tea drinkers as it’s not extremely astringent and it’s easy on the taste buds. 4 cups out of 5 because it may be more enjoyable with a touch of sugar or honey.

Flavors: Apple, Cinnamon, Earth, Peach

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 4 min, 15 sec 2 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML

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Sororitea Sisters TTB

It’s been a bit of a sipdown Saturday and this is included. Saying goodbye to this teabag that definitely tastes like a peach cobbler if you drowned a peach cobbler in a bitter black tea and cinnamon. Such potential lost.

Super Starling!

I had high hopes for this one, too. :(

VariaTEA

It did smell quite good.

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200 tasting notes

This tea tastes like a peach cobbler, except with a lot of cinnamon. Basically drowning in cinnamon. If you’re the sort of person who loves oodles of chai flavoring, with maybe some fruity peach/apple thrown in, this is for you.

If you’re the sort of person who wants a straight fruity tea without spices, here’s what I want you to do:

1. Procure a Zamboni.
2. Hitch a gazebo to the back of the Zamboni.
3. Hire a driver named Jeeves.
4. Find a road where there is no police presence.
5. Have Jeeves start up the Zamboni while you lie in repose in the gazebo.
6. Ride off into the sunset, far far away from this tea.

Flavors: Apple, Cinnamon, Peach

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564 tasting notes

Another sipdown this morning. I have a migraine and needed some caffeine, so I filled up my huge mug (more like a vat) with the last two bags of this and some hot water. It’s still decent but not amazing, like most Tazo teas I’ve tried. Probably wouldn’t rebuy, but it would do in a pinch as a travel tea. I still wish it had more peach, but alas.

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738 tasting notes

Wow, this really does smell like peach cobbler! I’m actually pretty surprised. I can almost imagine my cup being filled with the sweet, syrupy peach filling. The taste is bitter as other notes have suggested, but I can also taste the sweet peach flavor and smell the cinnamon and spice.

I added cream but it’s not mixing as well as I would have liked. Also, the honey is overwhelming the flavors in the tea so next time I may try a different sweetener. Overall, this is an enjoyable cup. Quite the dessert experience.

Flavors: Bitter, Cinnamon, Peach, Spices, Sweet, Tannic

Preparation
Boiling 8 OZ / 236 ML

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1093 tasting notes

I received this tea in swap which was interesting because I’ve never seen Tazo in loose leaf form. I decided that it sounded like a nice tea to make iced via cold steeping overnight for my graduation party. I went ahead and tasted it after I finished brewing it and realized that it’s a fantastic cold steeped tea. The black tea is mild like a sweet tea without sugar and the peach is quite nice, not too juicy with the small spice. I hope everyone else likes it tonight because I find it to be excellent as an iced tea.

teaqueen

All of Tazo’s blends are better iced than hot, I find.

Liquid Proust

That is probably correct. If you cold steep something it tends to be milder which helps a lot when some teas are a bit bitter when brewed hot. I find it interesting to compare hot versus cold steeping. My favorite is to cold steep rooibos teas because the warm woodsy taste disappears.

teaqueen

Interesting! I’ll definitely need to give that a try.

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584 tasting notes

I got this because it seems summery. It smells very fruity and cinnamon-y in the dry bag.

Once I steeped it, I only got peach in the aftertaste. It was mostly a mediocre black base with a lot of apple and cinnamon.

Oh well.

masked185

I’ve had bad luck with fruit blends from big companies. Always seem to have a mediocre black base with a not very realistic fruity flavor. They seem to fair better when making it just a tisane.

teaqueen

I completely agree. Serves me right for trusting Starbuck’s with tea. They should stick to their overpriced and over-sweet chai lattes and their ridiculous coffee products. Lol

masked185

Haha very well said!

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