Queen of the Tropics

Tea type
Fruit Herbal Blend
Ingredients
Apple Pieces, Currants, Natural Pear Flavor, Organic Orange Peel, Pineapple Pieces, Raspberry, Rose Petals
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Caffeine
Caffeine Free
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From Magic Hour

A cleansing and energy-boosting blend of Garcinia Cambogia, wild roses and gorgeous tropical fruits are a perfect alternative to Rose wine. Sip on ice or hot any time of day to bring out the Queen in you!

Steep 1 heaping TBS/3-4g in 8 oz freshly boiled water.

Allow to cool & serve over ice for a perfect Rose wine alternative.

Sweeten as desired.

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15647 tasting notes

I’ve been seeing this company pop up a lot of places recently (including here on Steepster) and, though I don’t personally care about horoscopes/astrology or agree with most of the really bold wellness statements the company is making, I did find myself attracted to the flavour descriptions of their blends and the really gorgeous packaging/photography…

So obviously I placed on order.

I just picked a random tea from my order to start with, and it ended up being this blend which is a mix of different tropical fruits, garcinia cambogia (which feels like a wellness fad from long, long ago at this point), and roses – sort of like a sparkling wine vibe according to their copy writing!?

Truthfully I didn’t like it much when it was hot – but I don’t think I could exactly tell you why. It did taste fruity in a more light and refreshing way with notes of bright and almost sour pear alongside some more citrus-y kind of vibes with floral undertones. It got much, much better as it cooled though and when it was fully room temperate it did start reminding me a lot of sweet prosecco. I would be very, very interested to try it cold brewed I think!

Daylon R Thomas

Finally, someone else trying some of their stuff out! Yeah, I agree with you about the claims in the marketing. That with the prices are the only things I don’t like about it, and the California shipping. I hope I didn’t oversell the ones I wrote about, but there are some good ones.

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