Spiced Peach


Price: From $2.95 to $25.95
Organic Status: Organic Certified
Caffeine Status: Contains Caffeine

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Enjoy the robust and rich flavor of our organic black teas, sourced from our family tea gardens in the Darjeeling and Assam regions of India. Spiced Peach combines the essence of sun-ripened peaches with organic cinnamon and clove to create a full-bodied black tea brew with nuances of freshly-baked peach cobbler. Davidson’s recommends this blend hot with a hint of milk and a dash of sugar for a Spiced Peach chai-like latte.

Ingredients (* organic): Black tea*, orange peel*, cinnamon*, cloves* and natural flavor.

Brewing Instructions:

  1. Bring fresh water to a boil or just under the boiling point.
  2. Add one tea bag to one 8oz cup of hot water.
  3. Allow the tea bag to steep for 3-5 minutes.
  4. Remove and strain the tea bag.
  5. Sip and enjoy Davidson’s organic tea.

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An opinion.
Tsuki "Games + Tea = Love" (Ohio) 7/4/2013 11:30 AM
short version: Just buy it and be grateful you finally have it in your life. Long version: One time several years ago when Dad was still alive, I saw some ginger peach bagged tea in a little round canister at Aldi's (extremely discounted 'poor store' for staple groceries) for $1 or so. Loving Japan and Asian/Oriental things, Dad bought it for me or maybe I had the money from allowance. The point of all this is it was the ONLY fruit tea I have ever liked. I never saw that random China import tea again, and I have tried at least a dozen different fruit teas, all gross and that includes a couple peach teas. (Granted all that trying was from grocery store bagged teas.) That no-name brand had a deep complexity that was good hot or cold with a delightful zing of spices I had never thought went together. Fast forward to now when I tried loose leaf tea because an English gentleman told me I've been drinking tea wrong my whole life in his "How to be English: EXTREME" comedy video. I had heard that loose leaf was better, and it was the nudge I needed to investigate loose leaf and subsequently get this as an add-on to my purchase. This is so close to that original delight I had in my teenage years. I must buy more and try adding a little fresh ginger to the boil or to the brew. This tea is so amazing as it is though. I know I'm a little biased about this because of my previous "tea loss" but even so, I would still rave about how amazing this is. This is like... This is a tea you sit down and have when a friend you haven't seen in along time comes over, or reading the final chapters of a compelling book. I almost immediately drank all but the last cup, saving it like a child hoarding a rare candy treat. I cannot recommend this delightful tea enough. If jasmine tea is a delicate goddess on a glass pedestal, and Irish breakfast is your loyal dog, then this tea is your best friend from childhood that you still talk to that also saved your life once.