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Pure Ceylon Black tea, Broken Orange Pekoe One (BOP1) · Apricot · Apple · Natural peach extract · Natural strawberry extract · Marigold petals · Liquorice root · Hibiscus
Loose leaf · From Ruhuna (a.k.a. Southern or Matara) region · Good for Iced tea
Refresh and revitalize with this pink coloured tea that is simply splendid when it is served iced. Delicately delicious our Apricot tea is lovingly grown in the low region of Sri Lanka where it’s gently picked at the perfect moment. The sumptuous aroma of baked apricot prepares your taste buds for the enticing taste of apricot with just a hint of peach. Featuring dried fruit slices of apples and apricots, this tea also includes a floral element of marigold and hibiscus. Undertones of strawberry with a hint of liquorice root round out the flavour profile of this tea making it your perfect summer experience.
TasteA fruity mixture of peaches and apricots
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If in the mood for something peachy :-)
I tried the Ceylon's peach. It is pretty good. It's very flavorful and potent if you like that. However, it still has a very good taste, sometimes if I find myself in the mood for something very peachy this is it.
Ceylon’s Peach Black Tea is delicious
I absolutely loved the Ceylon’s Peach Black Tea! The real peach flavor from the visible dried peach was very “peachy”! “Peachy” is American slang for delicious! The tea is fruity and smooth and is perfect for after dinner. Jim
How’s your day going? Mine, Just Peachy! :-)
This is not your typical peach tea. First off it has real pieces of fruit in it and it does include tea, a Ceylon black tea. Making this an infusion. It’s very refreshing with the key notes being peach and strawberry (slightly) and after notes of licorice. First tea I’ve tried in a while with hibiscus that the hibiscus did not take over the entire drink. Refreshing and the scent is really awesome, while it is peachy there are some notes in there that make this tea different from any peach tea I have encountered. I’ve encountered a few. You can read my review and tea articles at MyTeaVault.com Earlier I stated I liked to taste these teas and I love the fact that there are actual pieces of fruit and herbs for me to taste. It’s really fun to do, when you can and why not, it’s herbs and berries! Even though I am sitting at home with a massive snow storm this tea is warming however, I’m excited to try this tea iced during the summer months ahead!
Fresh Peach and Strawberry Flavor
A very nice fruit-forward blend that is fresh and well-balanced. The infusion is slightly tart, with prominent peach and strawberry flavors with undercurrents of black tea and floral hibiscus. It lasts a couple infusions (I actually preferred the second hot steep) and it really shines when iced.
1 tsp (2.5g) per 1 cup (6 oz, 180 ml)
Near boil at 95-100 C (203-212 F)
Cold-brew overnight for Iced tea. Read more about cold brewing.
8 to 10 minutes, up to 3 times
Drink plain; good for Iced tea