Tea Time at Reverie: Sanctuary T’s Geisha Beauty

Sanctuary T’s Geisha Beauty promises a burst of peach against a backdrop of black and green teas. Do the aroma and the flavor profile live up to this promise? Find out at my newest tea review at A Bibliophile’s Reverie.

A Bibliophile's Reverie

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After falling in love with fruity black/green tea blends last year, I’ve been on the lookout for similar teas that combine different types of leaves with a floral or fruity pizzazz. Our previous Sanctuary T sample, Spring Harvest, was a lovely example of green and white teas married with tropical flavors. Now it’s time for another choice from Sanctuary T: Geisha Beauty, a best-selling blend of black and green teas with a dash of peach flavoring. Just how peachy is this infusion? Keep reading to find out.

The Basics

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Sanctuary T’s Description:“Geishas have traditionally been associated with beauty, subtlety, and sophistication, and those three ingredients are the inspiration behind this refined blend. We’ve combined black tea, green tea, sunflower leaves, rose petals, and other natural flavors to create a rich tea with strong undertones of peach. Try it iced or paired with…

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2 thoughts on “Tea Time at Reverie: Sanctuary T’s Geisha Beauty

  1. I recently tried a fantastic tea called peachy white tea from Tealated. You can really taste the peach – it’s a lovely tea. They offer two free samples of tea of your choice if you are interested. Every tea I’ve tried from them has been great – consistently good tasty teas.

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