Thursday, August 14, 2008

TEA OF THE WEEK: REVOLUTION SWEET GINGER PEACH




The best description of this tea is that it is truly reminiscent of the delicious aroma of fresh baked peach cobbler. What is not to love about that?...Sweet Ginger Peach is a rich blend of Asam and Ceylon teas and fresh peach flavoring, with the unmistakable addition of ginger root. I think I enjoy this tea best with no milk or sugar.

14 comments:

Dee Dee said...

Rebecca...this just has to be good...a favorite in this family is peach cobbler....I can only imagine this is quite a combination :)

steviewren said...

Ohhh, love your new header. It is a perfect fit for your blog.

Marie Antionette said...

Ginger tea,that must taste really good and refreshing.i love your kitty,and her name.I also wanted to let you knoe,that my pc was down over nine days,just got it back last nite and still there is some kinks.Anyway.I have not forgot about the most embarrassing song tag.I've already got them,just have to wait till my daughter post them for me.I really did enjoy listing my songs.I can't wait till you see what I've listed. Hugs Marie Antionette

A Cuban In London said...

I guess that the ginger gives the tea a bit of a bite to it. I love ginger and one of my favourite combinations is ginger, gingko biloba and ginseng tea. It's got a nice little punch to it and the smell is sublime.

Greetings from London.

Rebecca said...

Dee Dee... When my mother last visited we made some peach cobbler and it was so good...This tea reminds me so much of that...

Rebecca said...

Thanks, Steviewren....I like the oranges, golds, and browns in the Cassat painting and it seems to work with the blog layout..

Rebecca said...

Marie, Welcome back!!! I'm eager to discover your embarassing songs...That was a fun post..

Rebecca said...

Welcome to the Tea Society, Cuban in London!.. The ginger blends perfectly with the peach flavoring in this tea.... Your favorite tea combinations sound heavenly!

willow said...

This looks scrum-dilly! I must add it to my grocery list. Yum.

I like your new profile pic! :)

Pamela Terry and Edward said...

My husband loves iced peach tea. I wonder if this would be tasty iced? Of course, I do realize that is a bit of a sacrilege.

Rebecca said...

Willow, The picture is definitely a motivator to not go back to the hairdresser when I think I want to go shorter again....LOL!

Pamela, I would say it would be wonderful iced...As a south of the Mason Dixon line girl, I'll ice any kind of tea at least once:-)...

Charm and Grace said...

Hi Rebecca, ginger peach tea sounds wonderful. One of my favorite flavors of all is peach, and I also really enjoy ginger. No milk, but please give me one lump of sugar. :-) I have actually added your link to my blogroll today. My internet connection has been acting up this week. Fortnately, I had pre-scheduled my posts for the rest of the week, but I couldn't get to my blog settings. All is fixed now and I am glad to have your link there. I also added your RSS feed to my favorites, so that I will know when you have updated your blog. Thanks for the kind comments about my artwork.

Blessings,
Christi

Betsy said...

This sounds like it could easily become a favorite around here! I'm not familiar with the brand, though....is it easy to find?

Rebecca said...

Betsy, our Kroger actually carries Revolution, at least for now it does. There is also a website at www.revolutiontea.com.....
It's a delicious tea:-)...