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Pure Ceylon Black tea (F BOP) · Ginger root · Peach
Loose leaf · From Udu Pussallawa region · Good for Iced tea
Mild in flavour, the high- and medium-grown black tea perfectly supports the delicate flavour infusion of ginger and peach. Hand-selected from the Sri Lankan wetlands on which it grows, the ginger in this tea boasts a subtle spiciness that harmonises with the flavour of the black tea. The sweet flavour of peach brings balance and peace to the spiciness of the black tea and ginger blend. Brewing to a deep copper in your cup, this tea is brimming with a tantalising blend of spicy, floral, and woody notes that are exclusively designed to exhilarate your taste buds while bringing peace to your mind.
AromaFresh ginger with a mellow note of burnt wood
TasteSpicy, smokey, herby
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Very spicy - too spicy to notice much peach..
Thanks so much for the samples, Teakruthi! I highly appreciate the actual peach pieces in this blend. To a lesser extent, the ginger. I'm just not much of a fan of ginger. I wouldn't mind a plain Ceylon with legions of peach added to the black tea. The ginger takes over the flavor, leaving a bitterness, but also something savory that is reminding me of fennel or sage or some other spice I'm hardly familiar with. Sadly the peach is hiding, though I made sure to get at least one noticeable piece of peach in the infuser. Maybe someone steeping this one differently will have better luck with it. I'd lose the ginger, personally. But it has such a unique savory flavor, it's like I'm sipping soup. The second steep still doesn't have much peach. It might be TOO strong with 1 3/4 teaspoons. It's different! Steep #1 // 1 3/4 teaspoons for a full mug // 17 minutes after boiling // 2 minute steep Steep #2 // 3 minutes after boiling // 3 minute steep The next day I wanted to try it again with a FLAT teaspoon to see if the bitterness would go away... not bitterness from the black tea at all but from all of this ginger. The flavor was obviously less strong this time, still with that savory note, still not much peach -- only wisps and hints of peach in the occasional sip. It's hard to taste the black tea underneath all this ginger, but it's a good base for it. I'd probably prefer this blend with 1 1/3-1 1/2 teaspoons. It's different but not something I'm eagerly wanting to stock up (too many other favorites from Teakruthi and again, ginger isn't my favorite)... though I imagine down the line I will be remembering the unique flavor. Steep #1 // 1 teaspoon for a full mug // 13 minutes after boiling // 2 minute steep Steep #2 // just boiled // 3 minute steep
Read all about my experience with Two Seasons Tea here: https://myteavault.com/two-seasons-teakruthi/
Lovely aroma and taste.
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I have tried a few different teas and I love them all. The blissful harmony is very good for fighting off a virus. I like the vanilla earl for a treat. It's so delicious, if you like vanilla you'll love this. But it's not very highly caffeinated so I recommend more as a specialty or a dessert tea. I love the two seasons. This has a great flavor and is great for fighting inflammation and helps with mental health. It literally puts me in a great mood and makes me feel good. I love all their teas.
Two Seasons Tea is wonderful
I really love Two Seasons Tea, with the combination of excellent Pure Ceylon black tea, dried ginger root, and dried peach. The black tea adds a highest quality Pure Ceylon base, then the dried ginger root and dried peach join in the flavor for a very natural clean crisp taste. One other major benefit is that the dried ginger root calms my stomach, as natural ginger is a well known aid to the stomach. I personally recommend this tea!
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.
3 to 5 minutes, up to 3 times
Drink plain; good for Iced tea