Spiced Peach


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

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Spiced Peach blends the flavor of sun-ripened peaches with organic cinnamon and cloves in a full-bodied organic black tea. Spiced Peach has a delightful natural sweetness, and becomes a peach chai when you add some frothy milk. Or serve over ice, garnished with ripe peach slices in the summertime.

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

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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.