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Made with tangerine peel, cassia seed, cinnamon, lotus leaf and horsetail (mu zei) for a slightly tart flavor. No sugar, additives, fillers or preservatives, ever!

Perfect for an iced afternoon beverage or warm evening tea that won’t keep you up. Zero grams of sugar, but with a slightly sweet flavor from the licorice. Simply tear open the tea-stick, pour it into an empty 12-14oz cup, add water of any temperature, and watch your tea dissolve.

You can never over-steep this tea. You will get a perfect cup every time.

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I don’t like “general Wellness” teas/teas that try to imply they’re good for weightloss nor do I typically like instant tea powders – but I had a chance to try a handful of these Cusa instant teas and since I do like trying new things I figured I’d give them a try anyway despite reservations…

Disregarding the wellness messaging in its entirety, I didn’t hate this instant powder. That may not seems like shining praise, but for a tea of this nature it might be as close to it as you’ll get. It’s a “Tangerine Peel and Cinnamon” flavour, and those two notes do sort of translate in the flavour, especially the cinnamon. The orange is actually MUCH lighter than I’d have expected though because I would have thought either a brightness or sweetness from some orange might actually give some life to this tea. Instead, I’d describe the taste as cinnamon forward and oddly pastry like!? Like, it’s almost like drinking a strange type of gingerbread or cinnamon forward spice loaf. I hesitate to say it, but I almost got the sense it could be quite good in milk!?

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