Peach Bellini

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Fruit Herbal Blend
Apple, Cardamom, Ginger Root, Hibiscus, Natural And Artificial Flavouring, Orange Flavoring, Orange Peel
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From Tickled Tea

Nothing says summer like a peach bellini cocktail!

Sweet, juicy and a punch of orange is the perfect combination to enjoy your summer days.

Brewing Instructions
Amount: 1 Rounded tsp per cup
Temperature: 200°F
Time: 5-7 minutes

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Roswell Strange had success with this tea and it inspired me to give it a try. However, this is a weird one. Peach Bellinis were my go-to beverage when I was old enough to drink and I can say that none of them I tried had the spices that this tea does, or any spices at all for that matter. For RS, the spices were subtle but in my cup they are the strongest flavor whereas the peach is sorta in the background. This is drinkable but not my favorite. At least it doesn’t taste like cheese.

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New, to me, company! I definitely first saw this company on VariaTEA’s instagram feed; some of the flavours they offered seemed pretty unique and samples were an option so I ended up getting twelve different samples; plenty to get a good feel of the company.

I don’t know why I chose this one to drink first: I knew I wanted an iced tea, and it definitely looked like the kind of flavour that would work well for an iced tea but apart from that something about it just… stood out.

- Kind of a weirdly buttery peach smell to the dry leaf?
- The dry leaf hardcore reminded me of peach strudels
- The taste is brighter/juicier and more candy/cocktail like
- Does retain a HINT of butteryness to it though
- Also notes of sweet apples
- The spices seemed like a weird touch to me, but honestly I’m into them!?
- Like, they’re just BARELY present but the soft hints of allspice and ginger work
- It just makes the brightness of the peach extra vibrant
- Don’t know that I agree strongly with the name…
- But I’m REALLY into the tea

I wonder how long they’ll be keeping these summer exclusive teas around for, because I was actually SUPER impressed by this one and if I ended up liking enough of the blends I would actually definitely consider grabbing more of this one. I think it was a good intro to the company, for sure!


Haha did you order from them? I haven’t found one of their teas that I really enjoyed yet so I should maybe give this a try. The Strawberry Sundae one really messed me up though because it was like cheese.


*what did you order from them. Obviously you ordered. Also I think I got a sample of almost every single tea they offered.

Roswell Strange

Ooh, I did get the Strawberry Sundae – maybe I’ll (cautiously) try that one next? Cheese sounds weird…

I grabbed: Peach Bellini, Pina Colada, Strawberry Sundae, Banana Pancakes, Rum & Cola, Carrot Cake, Apple Maple Bacon, Root Beer Float, Blue Delicious, Orange Creamsicle, Carnival Candy Crackle, Tropical Punch and I got Vanilla Cupcake as a bonus sample.


You have inspired me to order three samples from them. I was pleasantly surprised to find out their shipping is only $3.50 in Canada!

Roswell Strange

Ooh, which ones!?

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