Georgia Peach from Tiny Bubbles Tea Bar

peachTea Information:

Leaf Type:  Black

Where to Buy:  Tiny Bubbles Tea Bar

Tea Description:

This bright Ceylon black tea flavored with sweet peaches is our best seller year round! It has a very juicy, ripe peach flavor with sweet aromas. Delicious both hot or cold. Simply peachy…

Learn more about this tea here.

Taster’s Review:

It is officially iced tea time! I love summer.  I am a “cold” blooded person so when the weather starts getting warmer out- I love it.   Even in 80-90 degree weather you’ll find me with a sweater on .  I get made fun of quite a bit, but I’m told it is all in good fun.

Besides making iced tea, I’m currently addicted to cold brewing tea.  Threw some tea into a pitcher and the next morning-VIOLA! you have amazing tea.  What I have found is that when you cold brew a tea, you can take a tea blend that was ok or so-so to a tea that is full of flavor!

That is the case with this tea for sure.  I brewed this peach flavored black tea as a traditional black tea-212F-3 min.  Took a sip and to be honest, the flavor was ok.  The peach flavor was nice and the black tea base mixed well, but this hot cuppa didn’t give me the “Wow” factor I was looking for. The flavors were subtle and the cuppa didn’t leave much of an impression on me.

Cold brewed this tea and wow- did my opinion on this tea completely change.  This tea reminds me of fresh peaches.  The cold brewing really helped draw out more of the flavor.  The black tea base is slightly astringent but I liked the contrast.  Sweet juicy fresh peaches. So perfect for the summer!

My only thought would be to add a touch of vanilla and this tea would be amazing! A cold brewed peach vanilla iced tea? Yes please!

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