Tea Time at Reverie: Tea Maineia’s Peach Apricot Black Tea

Just in time for the warmer weather, here’s a deliciously fruity black tea that’s wonderful either hot or iced. Check out my review of Tea Maineia’s Peach Apricot Black Tea (and the book pairings I recommend for it) at A Bibliophile’s Reverie!

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Sometimes the best advice for choosing tea is, “Follow your nose.” In other words, if you like the way a tea smells, you’ll most likely enjoy its taste, too. That principle was a big reason – no, THE big reason – why I bought a packet of Peach Apricot Black Tea from Tea Maineia during my visit last fall. I’ve had several cups of this fruit-packed black tea since then, and I’m thrilled to say… well, you’ll have to read on to find that out.

The Basics

Tea Maineia Peach Apricot Photo courtesy of Tea Maineia

Tea Maineia’s Description:A tasty combination of mellow peaches and deep full flavored apricots are blended into this classic Ceylon tea.”

Ingredients: Ceylon black tea, papaya pieces, peach pieces, apricot pieces, blackberry leaves, sunflower petals, calendula petals, and natural flavors

Steeping Instructions: Use 1½ teaspoons of tea for every 8 oz of water. Heat water to nearly…

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4 thoughts on “Tea Time at Reverie: Tea Maineia’s Peach Apricot Black Tea

  1. This sounds incredible. I blend a white peach tea that I love, but it’s better suited to iced tea than hot tea. This sounds likes it’s got a similar flavor profile, but it could also fill the peach-hot-tea shaped hole in my heart.

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    • You know what? I want peaches now, too. Thanks for the idea! *lol* But they aren’t in season yet, are they?

      Anyways, I’m glad you enjoyed the review, Rebekah! And I really want to try more of Tea Maineia’s teas, too. We might be going to Maine later this month to visit our relatives up there; and if we do, I’m sure I can nudge Mom into taking a quick trip to TM with me. 😉


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