|"All the flavors resonate both together and separately. Ginger and peach are most prominent in the teas but I can distinguish the taste of apricot in there too."|
I infused a teaspoon of leaf in 8 ounces of boiling water for three minutes.
The leaf colors up to a dark copper and the ginger is immediately pleasant and warming. The peach is prominent and sweet, especially when augmented with a bit of sweetener. The peachy-apricot fruitiness has a full, luscious quality of sweetness that seems to match up nicely with the spicy warmth of ginger. The ginger and the fruit both complement and contrast one another. I also like the juxtaposition of summer fruit flavors with the spicy warmth of ginger, which I tend to associate with the colder months. It works well! This is very warming for a cool summer morning. Living in the northern half of the US or any other place where summers don't tend to get scorching, this is a nice wake up cup.
I also like the strength of this tea. It's smooth and full-bodied with lots of fruit flavors. I feel like I've tasted it before. Surprisingly, too, all the flavors resonate both together and separately. Ginger and peach are most prominent in the tea but I can distinguish the taste of apricot in there too. It lends a fuller more lush fruit mellowness - a little step down from the peach to the close. Good stuff! The tea is organic, too.
A nice flavored fruit blend that succeeds in natural fruit flavor (lots of it) with no artificial weird flavors. I think this would be really great iced, too. I'm keeping my fingers crossed that we'll get some good summer weather worthy of giving that a try!
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