Peach Blossom Green Tea

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Join Tea District to help Donate Life! This Ceylon green tea with licorice root and natural flavors will lift you up. Five percent from the proceeds of this tribute tea will be donated directly to our friend Stephanie Pusateri, who recently received a 4 organ transplant surgery. For more information and for updates regarding Stephanie’s condition, please visit her website at

Contains 36 Round Biodegradable Tea Pods

Origin/Estate: Sri Lanka

Caffeine: Green teas, are unfermented teas and have approximately 20 mg of caffeine per 8 oz cup (compared to on average 90 mg of caffeine per 8 oz cup of coffee)

Taste: Aromatic peach blossom smells and flavors with green tea

Ingredients: Ceylon Green tea, Natural flavors of peach blossoms and licorice root

Brewing: 1 tea bag per cup or cup and a half of hot water. Brew for two to four minutes.

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I love that some proceeds from this tea goes to a person in need, that is awesome! Now, this tea looks pretty good for a bagged tea…it’s full loose leaf tea and not chopped up tiny pieces of “tea”. Now, I did not realize that this had licorice root in it or I would have skipped out on this one and tried a different one. BUT since I didn’t realize that until much later, oh well. You can taste the green tea, a nicely vegetal – sweet grass taste with a touch of citrus. Now, the licorice root comes into play in the aftertaste…maybe even a bit before, it hits the back of my tongue and makes itself known! To me the mixture of the citrus and the licorice root melds together and reminds me of lemongrass, not bad if you like lemongrass, but unless I am eating a Thai dish of some sort I don’t care for a lemongrass taste in my drink. But other than that this is pretty good, just don’t be fooled thinking this is going to be a peachy tasting green tea :-)

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I have never been a fan of licorice root. BUT I’m not really tasting that in this tea. What I am tasting is some really good tea. I can really taste the peach aspect of this tea and that’s making me really happy on this sunny, yet chilly afternoon in Upstate, NY. It smells pretty peachy/general green tea to me and that too is making me wish it were a little cooler to drink it right down.

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