"Roobios Peach Bloom Tea" Review

Back in June, I ordered another tea from Teavana. The Roobios Peach Bloom Tea. The website states: “Perfect for hot tea or iced tea” which was what I was looking for. This tea had high ratings so I went for it.

This tea contains the following ingredients:
*Green and red Roobios tea
*Dried peach pieces
*Yellow safflower petals
Simple ingredients, not a lot to it. I tried this tea the first time as a hot drink. First of all, when you open the package, it most definitely smells like peaches. Good sign. To brew this tea, you need to put in 1.5 teaspoons for every 8 ounces, and let it steep for 5 to 6 minutes. After I brewed it and poured it into my cup, I smelled it again. Something seemed off to me. It didn’t really smell like peaches. The best way to describe the smell, in my opinion, is that it smelled like Play-Doh. Yeah, not very appealing. But I drank it anyway.
It was OK, nothing more than that. It didn’t really taste all that much like peaches. Maybe just a hint. I did try the tea again, only I poured it over ice. It tasted a bit better, but still had the odd smell. I much prefer this tea as an iced tea. I’ve had it for over one month and I still have a lot of tea leaves left to brew. That says a lot for how much I like it. I’ll most likely be drinking this tea over the next few months. I don’t hate it, but I have to be in the right mood for it.
I think this is the first tea from Teavana that I have to give a thumbs down to. Maybe my sniffer and taster are off or something, but I don’t see how this tea got a 4.5 rating. I’m sort of bummed by it.
Check out my other Teavana tea reviews.

“My Morning Maté”
“Maté Vana”
“Weight To Go Pu-erh Tea”
“Toasted Nut Brulee”
“Maté Lemon Blast Herbal Tea”

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