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peach bellini iced tea

by adagio teas

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caffeine: no-caffeine

price level: $$$$

Break out the grass skirt and lei because we're going tropical! This sunny herbal tea blends the refreshingly zesty flavors of peach, strawberries, mango pineapple and papaya. The aroma alone will evoke feelings of relaxing on an exotic island getaway, minus the ten hour plane ride. Pour your freshly steeped tea over some ice for a cool treat and you may as well have captured summertime in a cup! All you need is tiny pink umbrella as the finishing touch. Makes 32 ounces. Steep at 212°F for 3-5 minutes

Recent reviews

    • JP

      joshua poblano

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      This tea is very good. It is not my favorite peached tea of the two from adagio but it is still very good.

    • Karie B.

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      I thought this was really good. I think it's my favorite Adagio Peach Iced tea. I always keep the bags in the pitcher on this one and longer steeping is better.

    • melissa Dichiaro

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      I really wanted to like this one and was hoping it was. Good substitute for teavanas beach Bellini. The flavor fell short and was barely there. Pretty disappointed in this one.

    • Sara Elana

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      Flavorless. I used more than the recommended amount, but it just ended up taking like sweetened water.

    • Mocha Cocoa

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      Pretty good. It’s full of fruit bits so it must be healthy. Good detox tea.

    • Max Sugerman

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      This is a perfect tea to have iced. The peach isn't overly fruity and the sweetness is very light and enjoyable

    • Casey Wolfe

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      This is a really lovely tea. I wasn't really sure how it was going to taste with such an array of fruit, but all the flavors work together in harmony to create a light and refreshing iced tea brew. The stand out notes (for me) were the strawberry and peach, with the rest of the fruit medley blending together on the back end.