- Pack of six 20-count boxes of calorie-free herbal tea (120 total tea bags)
- Fine herbal tea blended with peaches, spices, orange peel, apples, and strawberry leaves
- Caffeine-free and gluten-free, with no calories and no carbohydrates; Kosher Parve, 100% natural
- This soothing herb tea relaxes and refreshes with all-natural flavors
- Ships in Certified Frustration-Free Packaging
Too much cinnamon
Not as good as Celestial Seasonings
Cinnamon Way Too Strong
The cinnamon is way too strong. It made me sick at my stomach, and the aftertaste is horrible.
peaches n spice
Use this for tea blends
It’s not great by itself, but try mixing it with regular Lipton black tea bags to make some really good flavored iced tea.
which peach tea is best? not this one.
Bigelow Perfect Peach: Most Bigelow teas are very pleasant to drink, but this peach tea is the exception. Unbrewed, the tea smells fruity and has a particularly heavy apple smell that is accented by cinnamon. It does not smell like peach. When brewed, the tea smells like fruit; the peach is still not evident. This is probably not surprising given that the first two are ingredients rose hips and hibiscus. Usually, Bigelow aptly names its teas but I feel this is more of a fruit tea. Unfortunately, this isn’t even a good fruit tea. The flavor is only memorable for its lack of good flavor. The flavor is bitter, perhaps because of the lemon peel. There is a strong aftertaste. I just don’t like this tea. Bigelow’s peach tea is made in the USA and is caffeine free. 1-1.5 stars.
Celestial Seasonings Country Peach Passion: Celestial Seasonings misses the mark with this tea. It is a fine tea but offers nothing exceptional to want to come back to each morning. The flavor profile is dull and lacks a distinctly peachy flavor. When unbrewed, the scent is sweet and very much accented by orange. When brewed, the scent does not change much; it is still quite citrus infused. This is probably not surprising given that the first ingredient is orange peel. All in all this is a lackluster tea. Flavor wise, all I could focus on was the orange. I feel like the company should have just put more orange peel in this and made it an orange tea. I think I would have liked that. As the tea stands now, I am confused by it. It is not quite an orange but it is definitely not a peach tea. It is certainly a better peach attempt than Bigelow’s Perfect Pea flavor. This tea is caffeine free. 3 stars
Celestial Seasonings Green Tea -Peach Blossom: This is definitely a green tea. The green tea scent is quite prominent when unbrewed and easily eclipses any scent that other ingredients might individually offer. It remains a strong tea once brewed. You really have to like green tea to appreciate this offering. I couldn’t really identify much peach flavoring in this I no longer drink this tea hot due to its intense flavoring. Instead, I brew a bag, water it down, and add ice. This creates a better version of the diet green tea you might purchase at a grocery. Contains caffeine. 3 stars.
The best peach favor in the US.
For those peach-tea lovers, I also strongly recommend the British brand, Fortnum and Mason: Peach Flavored Black Chinese Tea. It is the best caffine-peach tea I tasted on earth. Unfortuantely, you can purchase that only in their UK retail shops, or through their web site.
Sweet Getaway from Syrup-y Teas
I love to drink this warm and sweetened with just a bit of honey. I find it very soothing, especially when PMS is causing cramps or I have an upset stomach.
Wonderful natural peach flavor – needs no sugar
I also carry these individually wrapped tea bags with me in case I visit with someone. I don’t like coffee if it is offered – so bringing my own tea solves the problem what to serve for my host.