drank Wild Berry Hibiscus by Tea Forte
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It took me a long time to finally get around to trying this. I tend to get really scared of tisanes named HIBISCUS. But, this one surprised me. Yes, I can taste the hibiscus, but if you do not oversteep it it doesn’t get out-of-control, too thick or too sour. I do recommend some sweetener in it though to soften the tartness a bit.

With a little pinch of sugar, the berry flavors emerge as does the citrus. The hibiscus is there too but it tastes alright. Not my favorite from Tea Forte but I don’t hate it the way I thought I would.

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