Ginger Peach Black Tea

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Description

Black Tea SymbolThe Ginger Darjeeling Peach Tea Experience: spiced fruit cobblerPeaches Sliced

This aromatic, comforting tea warms the senses with each sip. Organic black Darjeeling and Ceylon teas mix perfectly with overtones of spice and ripe, juicy peaches. A touch of creamy, sweet, organic South African honeybush rounds out the cup.

Tasting Notes: fragrant, lush, full-flavored

Two types of black tea and leaves of the honeybush plant, all grown in different countries, meld together in this full-bodied infusion. Generous bits of succulent, sweet peaches and the spiciness of cinnamon, ginger and cloves create a luscious aroma, enjoyable infusion and pleasant aftertaste. Notes of peach nectar are delicious and consistent from start to finish, and a peachy aroma lingers on the palate. Throughout, the Darjeeling black tea acts as a solid base to this full-flavored tea.

Ingredients: Organic Ceylon and Darjeeling black tea, dried peaches, cinnamon, ginger, organic honeybush, natural flavor, cloves.

  • Caffeine Level
  • tea measurement 1.5 tsp Per Cup
  • tea temperature 203°
  • tea steep time 4-5 Minutes

Additional Information

Savoring Your Experience:

There are two very different ways we recommend enjoying this tea. Iced, it's smooth, flavorful and refreshing. Hot, it's wonderful served with almond milk (or your favorite dairy) and honey for a "peaches and cream" experience. Try both, and see which you prefer.

If you're feeling peckish, know that Ginger Darjeeling Peach Tea pairs perfectly with hearty, buttery desserts like crumbles, cobblers and coffee-cakes.

Fun Facts:

Organic tea leaves harvested from the Darjeeling region of India and the island of Sri Lanka (formerly known as Ceylon) create a delicious base for this fruity, spiced tea. This is a popular start to specialty black tea blends. But this blend enhanced by an unusual ingredient for a black tea: honeybush.

First noted in literature in 1705, honeybush is a plant indigenous to the South African cape. It's a caffeine-free herb known for it's healthful properties. As an infusion, honeybush offers soft, honeyed flavors (hence the name!).

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  • 5
    Hubby approves

    Posted by pam on Feb 19th 2017

    my husbands favorite

  • 5
    Warm Spice Infused Peach

    Posted by Toni Hynds on Jan 2nd 2017

    Subtle spicy peach-infused black tea. This tea makes a great afternoon tea to be enjoyed by the fireplace. It warms the soul.

  • 5
    Peachy Love

    Posted by Lynxie on Jan 3rd 2014

    1st Smell: The sweet heavy smell of peaches really come thru. 1st taste: Same. I love the smell of peaches, and have yet to meet a peach tea that I don’t like. LOL. So even though it didn't quite match the taste of Perfect Peach, this tea I definitely want to get again! And who knows, maybe after adjusting temp time/steep time I might find that it does match.

  • 4
    I enjoy this one

    Posted by Sil on Jul 19th 2013

    I enjoy this one a bunch. I wish the ginger was a little more in your face, but it does blend nicely with the peach to take away some of that cloying sweetness that a lot of black peach teas have.

  • 5
    Warming, delicious

    Posted by Kat on Nov 5th 2012

    There are big chunks of cinnamon bark and peaches in here, which right off the bat is a good sign. Steeped it smells divine, like fresh from the oven peach cobbler. There’s definitely a lot going on here. Cinnamon + ginger reads like a chai to me, and this is definitely a warming, comforting tea. The peach is delicious, juicy, and present consistently throughout the sip. Darjeeling was a good choice for the base: it doesn't overpower the spices and peach but it also has enough oomph to make it taste like tea instead of mulled peach juice.