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drank Blueberry Wild Child by Tiesta Tea
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The photos off of Tiesta Tea’s website never work with the Steepster format, but I just don’t have time right now to shoot a better picture. What you can’t see in this photo is that Blueberry Wild child is a really beautiful tisane. Big dried blueberries, apple pieces, pomegranate arils, bright blue cornflowers… the works. This tisane is a tangy tornado of fruit flavor! It does contain hibiscus that works with the pomegranate to balance the sweetness of the blueberries. It’s not bitter, but if you’re a hibiscus-hater this tea probably isn’t for you.

Tamm

drool this combination sounds so nice right now! I’ve noticed that lots of people here don’t like hibiscus.

Jenn

Yes, lots of hibiscus-haters :) I totally get it though because hibiscus can be very bitter at times. I like it in moderation.

Tamm

I haven’t thought about it before, but what exactly are they using from the hibiscus anyways? O.O

Jenn

The flower, silly!

Tamm

hehehe that’s what I was assuming. :p I think all this homework has temporarily stopped all reasoning function I had left.

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Tamm

drool this combination sounds so nice right now! I’ve noticed that lots of people here don’t like hibiscus.

Jenn

Yes, lots of hibiscus-haters :) I totally get it though because hibiscus can be very bitter at times. I like it in moderation.

Tamm

I haven’t thought about it before, but what exactly are they using from the hibiscus anyways? O.O

Jenn

The flower, silly!

Tamm

hehehe that’s what I was assuming. :p I think all this homework has temporarily stopped all reasoning function I had left.

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