Steep for 3-5 minutes, 208°F
For loose leaf iced teas, use 2 tsp per 8oz glass.
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This is a tea that I enjoy the most in the summer. However I do drink it thru out the year, but summer is when I really enjoy it.
AS always the flavor of the tea comes through. The taste of this peach is different from just peach tea. There is that little something extra which is detected. The brulée adds a unique sweetness. You can almost imagine the topping on créme brulée. It enhances the taste. It's a must have!
I think this is one of the best of the bests!
A buttery rich flavor that is truly addictive. I will definitely be reordering this one and have shared it with friends. I expect they will be ordering it themselves.
Now this is crucial: this tea only tastes good if tannins are avoided. Use only a teaspoon of tea per cup; use not-yet-simmering water AND steep only 2 minutes. That way the best flavor arises without that horribly bitter tannin taste. This took me several steeps to learn, and now my guests love this tea (before they were taking only one sip and frowning).
A favorite as hot tea or iced tea it is delicious.
I purchased this based on it's reviews. With Sweet Orange Spice being my number one all time favorite, this blend is the total polar opposite, and not in a good way! Peach Brûlée sounded good, just didn't execute well through this beverage. The aroma is pretty strong, being a migraine sufferer that didn't go over well with me. Sorry
Excellent peach aroma and flavor. There's a slight creaminess to this tea that makes it SO delicious, and this tea is beautiful sweetened or not. I've never enjoyed a tea as much as this one.
This tea is light and sweet and is not overpowering and is tied with Orchid Vanilla as my favorite tea. Personally, I drink it as an iced tea.
Like it very much. I enjoy the taste of the tannins. Also, it is a good substitute for some of the spicy teas I like in cold winter, like Sweet Orange Spice. It seems that my digestive system has changed, and needs something slightly more bland. Hope some day soon I can go back to the spicies. Until then, this will do!