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Ginger Peach Full Leaf from Republic of Tea


Ginger Peach Full LeafI remember very vividly growing up eating peaches n’ cream oatmeal for breakfast. It was a pretty big deal.  So needless to say, I was pretty psyched when I when I tried Republic of Tea’s Ginger Peach Full Leaf.

I was initially very hesitant about this tea, I don’t love ginger and sometimes peach flavoring can taste a little off.  But I have to say, this tea is really enjoyable. The smell was great – the fresh peach was evident as soon as I opened the canister. The taste was also really light and refreshing, and like I said, it literally tasted like peaches n’ cream oatmeal with that warm and nourishing feeling. I could easily drink this tea every day, especially for a little breakfast pick-me-up.

Republic of Tea describes the tea as:

Fine black tea leaves blended with ginger and peach.   This best-selling tea offers the sweet lushness of a fancy peach seasoned with the tingle of spicy ginger.  Exceptional over ice.  Voted Outstanding Beverage by the National Association of Specialty Food Trade.  Origin:  India

This tea was actually recommended to me by a fellow tea lover. Apparently this tea is great for people who get motion sickness. While I haven’t given that detail a test, I would trust her word.

So between a great taste and an ability to help with motion sickness, I would suggest you give Ginger Peach by Republic of Tea a try.

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  1. Comment by April 9, 2009 @ 3:46 pm
    Melanie said:

    Oh! I've had this tea before! I LOVE ginger in my tea – and this one is really lovely! It also makes a great summertime iced tea! Great review!

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  2. Comment by May 11, 2009 @ 1:24 pm
    Catie said:

    I’m not generaly a fan of fruit teas but this is prob. my favorite tea ever. I like it hot instead of over ice. It makes me think of the little tea house I first had it at thats in the hill country… they had their own herb garden and wonderful avacado soup! Now I order it online from the republic of tea wabsite and have it at home.

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