Arroyo

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Exceptionally crisp and refreshing, Arroyo delivers a unique sparkling experience of hibiscus with hints of apple and cranberry. Our sparkling teas are handcrafted with natural ingredients by a tea sommelier.

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Had Number E’s line up of Sparkling teas shortly after the TO Tea Festival, but in a move that was very unlike me I actually forgot to write about them…

This was probably my second favourite of the three; it’s a herbal/fruit based “Sparkling Tea” where the tea is actually a tisane – hibiscus. Taste wise, it’s very refreshing and drinkable with a sweetness and tartness. It gives me both “Cranberry Gingerale” vibes as well as “Cranberry Cider” vibes – but obviously without the ginger. I could probably drink a ton of these very easily – especially in the summer. I think the sweetness is really pleasant and natural, and offset with an appropriate crispness and tart finish.

My main issue with this flavour? Well, since it IS completely herbal it doesn’t feel like tea to me. Like, this is just a sparkling fruit juice. You can brand it as tea because of the hibiscus but it simply doesn’t feel true/differentiated enough from other sparkling drinks that just use fruit juices…

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