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Oddly enough, while I can taste the hibiscus in this tisane, I don’t mind it that much as it isn’t very strong or prominent, and it just seems to ‘go’ with the other ingredients. I added a bit of honey to sweetened it, but after deliberation I think it tastes better without. I guess the fruit in it is so naturally sweet you don’t really need anything extra.

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Hyrulehippie

I don’t mind hibiscus, but I really hate how overused it is. I suspect it’s done mostly for the bright color. It definitely gets too strong really fast, so I appreciate when it’s done well.

Jillian

Me to! I’ve grown to hate it in Celestial Seasonings Zinger teas and just about all of Stash’s fruit teas.

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Hyrulehippie

I don’t mind hibiscus, but I really hate how overused it is. I suspect it’s done mostly for the bright color. It definitely gets too strong really fast, so I appreciate when it’s done well.

Jillian

Me to! I’ve grown to hate it in Celestial Seasonings Zinger teas and just about all of Stash’s fruit teas.

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