Cranberry Dandelion Detox

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Fruit Rooibos Blend
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Caffeine Free
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Kosher, Vegan
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Detoxifying, invigorating & everything in between. Cleanse & rehydrate your body with this tart & spicy caffeine-free cranberry tea featuring naturally sweet rooibos and dandelion root – a wonder herb said to help get over hangovers. With a fresh burst of juicy cranberries, this herbal staple is a multifunction plant-based powerhouse you’ll want to sip morning, noon & night.

How it tastes
Fruity and warming, with the bright tartness of cranberry

Hibiscus, Rosehips, Rooibos, Cranberries, Dandelion root, Cinnamon, Natural cranberry flavouring, Oat straw, Natural lemon flavouring.

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One of the ‘new’ teas to launch today with the Spring/Detox collection…

I debated if this tea should get a new entry or not – but since it’s got a different name than Dandelion Detox (just slightly) and is being treated more as a ‘new’ tea in stores than an updated version I opted for a fresh page here on Steepster. In my own personal opinion, I think it’s more of a revised/updated version on the old formulation of Dandelion Detox, though…

That are differences between the two blends – but they’re small. It mostly boils down to a different type of cranberry used in the respective teas; in the case of this one, they’re freeze dried where in the previous they were not. It doesn’t translate into the taste too much, but I’ve had both blends side by side and I do feel like this one is more tart and crisps than the former. However, I think they’re pretty interchangeable when you’re not directly comparing. I sipped down my last cup of the former earlier today – it’d been holding on to it until this tea launched.

However, now that this is out I’ve grabbed myself a tin of it – I do enjoy the tart cranberry and hibiscus flavour a lot, especially with the wisp of cinnamon. It’s probably the only one of the new teas that I’ll keep at home.

Friendly reminder that I do not numerically rate DAVIDsTEA blends as I’m currently employed there and it would be an obvious conflict of interest. Any blends you see with numerical ratings were rated prior to my employment there. These reviews are a reflection of my personal thoughts and feelings regarding the teas, and not the company’s.

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