Caribbean Breeze

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A torrid tropical melange of strawberry and raspberry pieces accented by kiwi passion fruit pieces, citrus peels, rosehips and hibiscus, rose petals and blue mallow flowers. This sweet delight is extremely high in vitamin C.

How to Prepare
Use 1.5 teaspoons of tea per 8oz of water. Heat water to 208 degrees and steep for 5-6 minutes. 2oz of tea equals 25-30 teaspoons.
Strawberry pieces, raspberry pieces, passion fruit pieces, citrus peels, blue mallow blossoms, sunflower petals, and rose petals.

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2036 tasting notes

Tea mystery!

In the realm of experiences relating to having way too much tea, I usually can’t find some tea or other that I could have sworn I had. Like the Adagio Silver Needle Jasmine.

This one is the opposite. I have the notes to prove I had a sipdown of this once upon a time. And yet, when I dug through my drawer looking for things to take to work, there was a humongoid tin of this.

At first I was kind of upset that I found it because I remember it being too tart to be fully enjoyed without sweetening, but I decided to give it a shot unsweetened. Instead, I basically doubled the amount of mix I’d used previously.

It’s much nicer than my previous notes reflect, and I don’t know whether that’s because I put in so much mix, it’s mellowed with age, or my body chemistry has changed over time and is now more compatible with it.

But whatever the reason, tonight it is not: too tart, too bitter, too uneven in flavor. It doesn’t require sweetening. In fact, it seems to have some natural sweetness and a prominent strawberry note.

This leads me to a generality I’ve been noticing about fruit blends with hibiscus in them. It’s not always true that substantially overleafing can cut the tartness to something enjoyable rather than unbearable, but it’s been true often enough lately that I’m going to continue to do it.

Giving it a significant ratings bump.

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6768 tasting notes

Die hibiscus, DIE!!!!

I swear Teavana has stock in this stuff!

There isn’t anything TEA in this…at all…not even close.

Again, I will try anything once, as long as it’s vegetarian…doesn’t mean I have to try it a 2nd time, eh!? LOL

I’m very grateful I was able to try this, however, just not my thang! :P
On to the next…

Meghann M

I’ll have to admit my reasons for sending some of this your way were rather selfish. (to rid my cupboard of it myself). I was quite unimpressed with this tea. I really wish they would use less hibiscus.


HAHA! No problem at all! I enjoyed trying something I have never tried before! :P


oh my! poor hibiscus


No hibiscus! I’ll save you!!!!


LOL Ricky saves the hibiscus and I save the rooibos we’re the flavor saving team!


Tea deserves representation! They don’t have a voice, then we’ll provide one for em! Uhoh, it’s like a tea party. I’ll stick with the Flavor Saving Team! It sounds better ;)

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2 tasting notes

This is one of my favorite teas. It is rich and dark and extremly fruity

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24 tasting notes

A change of pace for me since I typically don’t drink many tea mixes. Mixes excellently with other teas. I mix with Apple Lemon Pomegranate rooibos from Teavana. but you can mix with Oolong or Rooibos teas for a little fruit flavor.

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54 tasting notes

I am not a big fruit tisane drinker but this is great iced.

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