Peach Bellini Blush (formerly Joie de Vivre)

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A toast to ‘the good life,’ joy and celebration abound with each sip of this ‘champagne’ of herbal teas. Sip the delicate pale yellow liquor with golden highlights of sweet white peaches, candied lemon, regal figs and a creamy Madagascar vanilla ending. A seamless blend of happiness in a cup.

Ingredients: Peach pieces with separating agent rice flower, grapes, apple pieces, fig slices, candied peach pieces (peach, sugar), flavoring (peach, grape, vanilla, pepper), plum pieces with separating agent rice flower, apple slices, pepper, vanilla pieces, orange pieces

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871 tasting notes

Mmmmmmm. So good. Mmmmmmm. I feel like I should be sitting out on a patio somewhere.

The smell of the dry and brewed tea is very much peach bellini.

The taste reminds me of peach bellini but it not exactly like it. It is like sweet candied peach. Like fuzzy peach candies but with no sour. Or like Tim Horton’s “peach drink” No need to add any sweetener to this one.

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Yay for peach drink teas lol


Darnit, another blend I want to actually try from Teavana!! :P


That sounds tasty. I go crazy for Peach drink and fuzzy peach candies! Slurp!

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Thank you Lala for this sample. I’m towards the end of your samples now, only one or two Rooibos blends to try when I’m in the mood. :)

This has been steeping in my fridge for almost 2 days which is my mistake for putting it towards the back of the fridge to allocate space for food shopping. Whoops. But non the less it was just fruit so hopefully it wont be tart or sour…I hope.

Colour is light amber and the smell is gentle for such a long steep but smells generically fruity.

Flavour is very nice, strong but refreshing and still rather subtle really. Like a flavoured water strength which is strong but not as strong as it could be. I can taste more apple than peach. Still I think the extra long steep has done this tea wonders, it’s taken the juiciness out of the fruit and put it into the water. Yay for over steeping :)

Plus this is so refreshing that it goes very well with my salad for lunch.


Remember from a while ago about a trade? Life finally got a little bit uncrazy. I’d message you, but it seems I can’t yet.

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464 tasting notes

I drank this in the store in the Staten Island Mall. I haven’t been there since they first opened. It is staffed by teens who don’t really know customer service…

I had this iced. It was not overly sweet like many peach teas I’ve tried. In fact it was really tart, which I was surprised by because peaches and figs are pretty sugary. (I have a fig tree in my back yard and can make myself sick on figs because I love them so much.) I guess it was the candied lemons that made it that way? I didn’t taste vanilla at all in this. I enjoyed this, but I don’t think I’d go out of my way again to get it.

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123 tasting notes

I am struggling to find a balance when I steep this tea; too short and the flavor is weak, too long and the sharpness of lemon takes over the rest of the fruits. The fact that the tea is nearly colorless doesn’t help – it’s hard to gauge steepage when the water doesn’t turn yellow or green or amber!

Anyway, this is one of those teas that smells better than it tastes. Not that it tastes bad…it reminds me of those cans of fruit cocktail you can buy at the grocery store. A little zesty, a little sweet. Not terribly exciting, though.


Try blending with Chateau Blanc


I have the exact same problem with this one, yet, the girl at the Teavana store always makes me the PERFECT cup!

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30 tasting notes

Ponder life’s great enjoyments. Think love. Think beauty. Think wonder. Think Teavana’s boldly-named Joie de Vivre? It takes quite a bit of hubris to declare your tea the joy of life and do it in the language of love, no-less.

On this windy and cold, brutal winter night, I sit hoping this Teavana blend will radiate some light on my evening. This fruity tea brews to a very mild yellow color. The peach-like smell has me recalling a warm mid-summer day. A glowing day that feels so, so distant. My excitement builds as I take the first sip. Bring me joy!

Upon tasting, I am quickly brought back to a harsher reality. This light and smooth blend has an interesting peachy-grape taste with a fairly-strong lemony aftertaste. It’s a tea that at first grabs attention due to the intersection of some unique flavors. But after the initial element of discovery, this tea becomes rather uninspired. Where is the joy? While not terrible, it hardly lives up to it’s haughty name. This is a tea that would likely be better served iced, while sitting poolside, with a nice colorful straw poking out. As I peer out of my window into the total eternal darkness known as winter, I’m left feeling dispirited.

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Sadly it is almost as uninspiring iced as well… It’s really too bad, I had high hopes for this one myself.

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290 tasting notes

This tea has some very interesting ingredients; like orange juice pieces…. how is that even possible…? Anyway, peach pieces are the first ingredient, making it extra peachy! The other fruits in here, like grapes apples plums and figs, compliment and soften the intense peach flavor while adding sweetness to the tea. There is another weird ingredient in here that I taste in the after taste: pepper! It’s not an intense spiciness, just a lovely, subtle, background note.

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wonderful crisp compliment to Gyokuro Imperial

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35 tasting notes

This tastes like Teavana’s Peach Tranquility but it’s more expensive. Sweet not too tart, not too strong. It doesn’t need sweetener.

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8 tasting notes

Love love love this iced and blended with opus rouge!! 1.5 tsp of German rock sugar! perfection!

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26 tasting notes

I actually enjoy this tea! Awhile back, while browsing for a new tea to try, the sales clerk suggested that I try the Joie de Vivre tea. He brewed it with just a tiny pinch of sugar and served it hot. It was delicious! I don’t think it smells very good…but I rather enjoy the taste. With notes of peach and grape, and a few others that I can’t identify, I do enjoy drinking this tea before bed. I’ve had it iced as well and it tasted just as smooth. While it was enjoyable, not sure I would buy it again after my 2 oz are gone.

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