Rosehips and Hibiscus

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Sour, Floral, Fruity, Hibiscus, Rosehips
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Boiling 5 min, 45 sec

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This traditional blend is the pleasant combination of the Rosehip & Hibiscus Flowers, giving a gentle fragrance and an aromatic taste to this healthy thirst-quenching drink.

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Another bag chosen at random from my lot of one off’s. This pre bagged tea stipulates to use boiling water and leave to steep for 5-8 minutes.

The colour is a lovely blood red colour.
The smell is subtle and slightly spicy yet floral and very strongly hibiscus.

Honestly I am not a hibiscus fan so I am not sure this will be a tea for me but with having only one bag it’s worth a try. Hibiscus tends to smell stale and dusty and tastes too tort, as is the view of a lot of tea drinkers.

Alright imagine a raspberry tea without the raspberry flavour and you have this tea taste and look wise. It tastes tangy like raspberry does in the after taste and ever so slightly sweet with it. It’s also tort and despite the steeping time is not over poweringly strong but is strong enough. The full taste is not unpleasant nor pleasant but very middle of the road. I suppose it’s similar to cranberry as well in taste but just not as tasty.

I don’t think I would buy this tea for my own collection but if I saw this in a cafe I may be tempted to order it as something different.

Boiling 6 min, 30 sec

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This is for the tea called malve, I think its just hibiscus. I just dont feel like adding another so here we go. Its your regular degular slightly sour, lotta body, hibiscus. If you need hibiscus, it will do! Would only rec. if you need hibiscus.

Flavors: Sour

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Got this as a gift in a pen pal letter. Delicious!

Flavors: Floral, Fruity, Hibiscus, Rosehips, Sour

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So fruity and juicy and tart! The ruby liquor is gorgeous, and the smell is warm and inviting. I like this with a bit of maguey sap and a tiny little dusting of cinnamon.

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I drink this tea at work quite a bit. I need a caffeine free substitute for my usual habit, since I work at night and wouldn’t be able to sleep if I was still drinking caffeine at 9 at night.
I cannot say I drink this for the taste. It is very tart. I usually just use the same tea bag, leaving it in my cup and adding hot water as I go. I know, I know.. bit of a no-no for good tea. But I actually find the second or third time I pour water over the bag nicer to taste. I mostly look for rosehip as it is good for your skin. If you are into this sort of thing, it isn’t terrible. I just wouldn’t call it great either.

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