Dandelion & Peach

Tea type
Green Herbal Rooibos Blend
Ingredients
Dandelion Leaf, Green Tea, Natural Flavours, Organic Rooibos
Flavors
Green, Peach
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Caffeine
Not available
Certification
Organic
Edit tea info Last updated by Lexie Aleah
Average preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 6 min, 0 sec 8 oz / 236 ml

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  • “I don’t know how old this tea is since It was an office grab and I didn’t buy it. It does have a very pleasant natural peach juice flavor though which is surprising for a cheap boxed tea. I get...” Read full tasting note
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  • “I found it gmathis! It was hiding in a box of chamomile I had taken with me to my work father’s house a few months ago. I really liked this blend of rooibos, green tea, dandelion leaf and...” Read full tasting note
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  • “First backyard mow of the season tonight—the yard is never quite the same two years in a row: this year, it looks like sweet clover and those weeds with the little purple flowers are the winners (I...” Read full tasting note

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Sip the earthy tones of dandelion blended with sweet peach and smooth green tea with these organic tea bags. Each cup contains 25-50mg of caffeine for a little extra energy, and they’re foil-wrapped for long-lasting freshness. This box of 20 Steep dandelion peach rooibos green tea is made with all-natural, non-GMO ingredients, and they’re gluten-free.

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5 Tasting Notes

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I don’t know how old this tea is since It was an office grab and I didn’t buy it. It does have a very pleasant natural peach juice flavor though which is surprising for a cheap boxed tea. I get some of the cheaper green tea flavor too but the peach flavor is really nice that I don’t mind it as much. I can’t taste the rooibos at all though.

Flavors: Green, Peach

Preparation
Boiling 8 OZ / 236 ML
derk

Ya, this one has a surprisingly refreshing peach flavor.

gmathis

I really like this one…my remaining packets are two or three years old. I need to do a stroll down the tea aisle at our Natural Grocers chain to see what’s what. Then again, with my waffly willpower, maybe I shouldn’t.

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I found it gmathis! It was hiding in a box of chamomile I had taken with me to my work father’s house a few months ago.

I really liked this blend of rooibos, green tea, dandelion leaf and peach/other flavors. The peach flavor is fresh and natural, like biting into fruit not quite ripe. It still has crunch. The star of this blend is definitely the peach but it’s tempered and rounded out by everything else. Leaving the bag in my glass past the recommended 4 minute steep time gave me a smooth and crisp green tea accented by that light woody sweetness of rooibos and a touch of something more grounding from the dandelion leaf.

What a nice no-nonsense teabag. Recommended for those times when you can’t be fussed with anything.

Preparation
185 °F / 85 °C 6 min, 0 sec 8 OZ / 236 ML
gmathis

Well, poop. Now you’ve made me crave it again and I think I’m out! Glad you liked it.

gmathis

P.S. Waiting for the apple mint heads to dry so I can try to reclaim you some seeds.

derk

Exciting!

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First backyard mow of the season tonight—the yard is never quite the same two years in a row: this year, it looks like sweet clover and those weeds with the little purple flowers are the winners (I had a friend who called ’em “Mousie in a Canoe.” She was right. Turn them sideways and you can see it.)

So I think the weeds and dandelions subliminally influenced my evening choice. All the same, this is gentle, mellow, and peachily fragrant. A good spring steep.

Martin Bednář

I hope it will turn into flowers here soon too!

gmathis

Wishing you some warmth and sunshine, inside and out! Milder weather and time outdoors is good medicine.

gmathis

Serendipity! A friend just shared an article about my “mousie weeds.” I like that much better than “purple dead nettle.”

https://www.naturallivingideas.com/purple-dead-nettle/?fbclid=IwAR3P6YmkmpG6J7yRPu3qfDaR3LGTNdjlT-Uanqqv08-ePbNSZItXPTIE3f0

derk

I see the mouse in a canoe.

ashmanra

Neat! It is not a familiar weed, but I see it likes alkaline soil and ours is very acidic. Perhaps that is why I haven’t seen it. I will be looking for “mouse in a canoe” now, though.

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