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From Steeped Tea

Ingredients: Hibiscus, apple pieces, rosehips, elderberries, orange peel, strawberry pieces, raspberry pieces, cornflowers, marigold flowers, natural flavours.

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A very girly sipdown
Excuse me while I put on my minolos and sit for dinner with my 3 best friends sex and the city styles. Although there isn’t any cranberry taste to it.

At first sniff: this tea smells of apple anf citrus. It smells very fruity. The tea is pretty to look at with the blue corn flower petals and hibiscus. I like it.

At first taste. I brewed this hot and then iced it. Haven’t had it warm because I seem to have an aversion to fruit teas and how they taste hot. When it’s cold its refreshing and tart. There’s a bit of a final after taste. Kind of like diluted apple juice. I like it overall though but probably won’t buy it again. It’s on the expense side and lacking oomph.

Boiling 7 min, 45 sec

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Our favourite caffeine-free iced tea for the whole family! I make this with a little bit of stevia or a spoonful of honey for the whole pot, which really brings out the sweet fruit flavours. My 5 year old loves it as much as I do, and it’s a beautiful summery red colour.

Flavors: Fruity

Iced 8 min or more

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This steeped a beautiful red color. It’s a bit tart, but I can still sip this tea and like it. Tastes a lot like fruit and hibiscus to me.

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Bought last summer but not reviewed yet… I seriously need to reign in the spending and drink up! It’s teas like these that I’ve bought but not drank yet that remind me it’s time to get cracking!

Anyways, having this one hot. It’s not too bad! I’m very surprised considering I don’t like hibiscus and yet it’s the first ingredient. It’s a touch tart, but not overly. And it has the apple and other fruits in there coming through. I didn’t use boiling water so that might make a difference, but if not, than this tea is pretty good. I think I would make this up into an iced tea for tomorrow maybe. I’m just so thrown and surprised by this one!

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