As you probably already know, I absolutely love discovering new and interesting Teas. That’s why when I had heard that Bluebird Tea Company had released their Spring 2018 collection, which includes Peach Cobbler, Rice Pudding + Jam, Mint Pistachio, and Raspberry Liquorice Laces, I obviously had to hop onto their website and check everything out. Well after browsing their website for a good half an hour, I eventually picked up a bag of the Peach Cobbler, and I thought that I would tell you what I thought of it.
Here’s what Bluebird Tea Company say about their Peach Cobbler.
Sweet Peach + warm crusty Pastry…
Our first Black Tea + Peach pairing and a heavenly one indeed! This blend tastes like a classic Cobbler straight from the Oven. Warm, gooey, sweet with that delightful gold brown crust.
It’s brewing time.
It said that you were supposed to brew it for four minutes at 100ºc, but I found that brewing it for at least five and a half minutes was better, as whenever I brewed it for four minutes I couldn’t really taste any of the Peach and thought that it tasted extremely weak.
I really liked it’s taste, as even though I was expecting it to taste of fresh and fruity Peaches, I thought that it had more of a deeper almost Cinnamon Biscuit taste to it that kind of reminded me of a Peach Crumble fresh out of the oven.
I really liked it’s packaging, as this came in a massive resealable Paper bag which meant that all of the Tea Leaves stayed extremely fresh and didn’t lose any of their flavour.
My overall thoughts.
Overall I would have to rate the Bluebird Tea Company Peach Cobbler, an eight out of ten. I loved it’s fresh and fruity Peach almost Cinnamon Biscuit taste, it’s brewing time, and it’s packaging. But with it containing freeze-dried Peaches, I was kind of expecting it to taste extremely strongly of Peaches and then the Cobbler notes to be in the background, but unfortunately it was the other way around.
Have you checked out the Bluebird Tea Company Peach Cobbler yet? What did you think of it? What’s your favourite Spring time Tea? Please let me know down below.
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