Pink Lemonade

Tea type
Fruit Tea
Ingredients
Apple, Black Currants, Cornflower Petals, Hibiscus, Lemongrass, Licorice Root, Natural Flavours, Orange Peels, Rose Hips
Flavors
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Loose Leaf
Caffeine
Caffeine Free
Certification
Organic
Edit tea info Last updated by Evol Ving Ness
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Yum! Here is the ultimate Pink Lemonade summertime refresher herbal tea! Undeniably fresh, sweet, and citrusy, this caffeine-free blend is hydrating, and exactly as you’d expect; super fresh with bold lemon flavor and a touch of bitterness from lemon peel pieces scattered throughout the blend. If you’re looking for a much healthier alternative to the premade sugary “Pink Lemonade Mix”, here is your match, the search is over! Loved by all ages, this blend is a favorite because it is zingy and fresh when prepared iced; and also ultra soothing as a hot tea if you’re fighting a cough, or cold!

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Well, this is odd. I am the first to review this tea and it hadn’t previously been posted here. The odd part is that the ingredients listed on the label of my pouch are the ones I posted from the drop down menu, ie. rooibos base with spices and fruits. However, the scent and appearance of the leaf in my pouch more closely resemble the current image and description on the Tealyra site which I have pasted here in description: INGREDIENTS: Apple pieces, hibiscus, rosehips, black currants, lemongrass, orange peels, licorice root, lemon peels, cornflowers and natural flavors
. So that is that. And now to drink the tea to reach the final verdict of what exactly is going on here.

Ok, I’ve adjusted the listed ingredients. Hopefully, this now matches what is in my cup.

The flavours are fruity berry with an added tartness, like citric acid, which is mellowed by vanilla and sweetened by the apple. Thankfully, the liquorice root is barely there. There’s a bit of a DT’s feeling to this tea though it is definitely not the same Pink Lemonade DT’s had some time ago.

It’s ok hot and unsweetened. I can see this being a nice iced tea.

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