Peach Fruit Tea

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Fruit Herbal Blend
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Bright, Hibiscus, Juicy, Peach, Stonefruit, Sweet, Tangy, Tart
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Bulk, Loose Leaf
Caffeine Free
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Edit tea info Last updated by Cameron B.
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195 °F / 90 °C 6 min, 15 sec 20 g 25 oz / 750 ml

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When you’re craving the summertime breeze, try our Peach Fruit Tea. We blend fruit pieces with rosehips, hibiscus, and natural flavors to produce a beautiful, vibrant ruby red drink. The peach flavor is a pure delight for this caffeine-free brew, which is delicious served hot or iced.

Ingredients: Rosehips, hibiscus, peach pieces, orange peel, apple pieces, safflower petals, peach flavor. Contains natural ingredients.

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Since 1983 Harney & Sons has been the source for fine teas. We travel the globe to find the best teas and accept only the exceptional. We put our years of experience to work to bring you the best Single-Estate teas, and blends beyond compare.

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2036 tasting notes

A tremendous dried peach fragrance wafted out of the sample packet as soon as I opened it. The mix is another chunky dried fruit trail-mixy sort, but it looks more like trail mix than some of the others I’ve had because it’s all neutral colors: tans, browns, burgundies, off whites.

It yields a really interesting colored liquor. The first time I tried it, I don’t think I used enough fruit and it made a dark peach, red melon sort of color that was gorgeous and gave off a light peach fragrance. The second time, I doubled the fruit to water ratio and got a dark red, hibiscus inspired color, just as gorgeous in its own way.

This isn’t unique among fruit mixes in that I find that I had to use a lot more of the fruit to achieve the flavor I was hoping for than one might expect to based on spoon measurements or even weights. The first time, I used two cups worth of fruit for two cups of tea, and it was tasty but a little watery and though I could taste the sweetness lurking, it was a little tart because the lurking sweetness was diluted. I pretty much doubled the weight one would expect to use for one cup the second time and got a much less watery, much more flavorful drink. It’s a sweet, peachy flavor with an earthy hibiscus base, but fortunately the presence of rose hips and hibiscus don’t render it puckeringly tart or bitter.

This is tasty, but I think the real thumb on the scale as to whether I’d order more will be if the boyfriend likes it. He’s a huge peach fan (he just had peach ice cream for dessert tonight) whereas I am a more moderate fan except in those occasional instances where the peach is ripe, juicy, and has a superconcentrated flavor.

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Mmm. Peach ice cream. I remember making some with fresh-picked peached when I’d visit family in Georgia. So good.

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Fruity and delicious.

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Disclaimer – this review is only reviewing the tisane iced as I doubt I’d enjoy it hot.

The aroma of this tisane was amazing as soon as I opened the tin – I’m a huge fan of peach and the aroma made my mouth water.

I followed the brewing instructions on the tin (boiling, 8 minutes), but used double the amount of tisane, waited a bit, then poured over ice.

While I definitely tasted the peach, I would have liked it a bit more peachy (but then again, I’d probably just be drinking juice). There’s definitely a touch of hibiscus flavour (and tartness from the hibiscus/rosehips), but I really like hibiscus tisanes, so it didn’t bother me. It’s a juicy tisane and on a whim I decided to sweeten it a touch (I usually don’t sweeten my iced tea) – that really brought out the peach flavour and juiciness. I think that because of the fruitiness, I expected it to be sweet (like juice), but since it’s a tisane, it’s obviously not. I have to keep reminding myself to have different expectations!

Would I buy it again? I’m on the fence about this one – while it was delicious and I’ll definitely finish the tin, we’ll see if it grows on me even more – enough to purchase again.

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This tisane has a soft peach and floral aroma. It has a subtle, slightly sour taste that is helped with a little sugar, which actually brings out the peach flavor while subduing the sour taste. This is actually a quite satisfying Peach fruit tea and would probably be delicious on ice as well.

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4070 tasting notes

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Another one finished from Harney. I’ve been sipping a lot of cold-steeped “tea” lately, and obviously it doesn’t last very long when you’re using 20g for each pitcher. But yay, more sipdowns!

This is very tasty cold-steeped with a bit of sugar. As Harney’s fruit tisanes go, this has a bit less hibiscus than some of the others. Just enough to give a bit of tartness and dimension to the juicy peach flavor, which tastes closer to canned peaches than gummy candy.

Waiting until I finish all of my Harney fruit tins to decide which ones to reorder, but I’ll definitely be getting either this one or Mango, as I feel they are a bit similar. I’ll have to wait until I sip Mango down to decide though. :P

Flavors: Bright, Hibiscus, Juicy, Peach, Stonefruit, Sweet, Tangy, Tart

Iced 8 min or more 20 g 25 OZ / 750 ML

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