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I like this. I wouldn’t call it thirst-quenching, as it definitely has the bit of pucker power that pomegranate Anything does. I certainly can’t taste any chamomile or green tea at all. It’s quite fruity and juicy, and actually makes a very good iced tea. I’m having it hot tonight, though. It doesn’t need any sweetener as it hits the edge between sweet and tart. Not bad to unwind with, and another bagged tea out of the drawer. I can taste the hibiscus that gave it that immediate rosy ruby color, and the raspberry balances the pom quite evenly.
EDITED: I take that back. I’m on a second steep which still tastes good, if not as dark rose colored as the first. I can faintly taste the green tea as a high note when I sip against my upper palate. Not bad. Just a side note.

Cofftea

Have you tried it iced? I think it’d be very thirst quenching iced:) Hot liquids of any kind aren’t very thirst quenching for me.

Meg

I do like it iced a lot. I have a gallon pitcher, and I usually use 1 or 2 of these with 2-3 bags normal black tea so it’s not overpowering. I just don’t normally drink iced tea unless it’s hot out. :)

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Cofftea

Have you tried it iced? I think it’d be very thirst quenching iced:) Hot liquids of any kind aren’t very thirst quenching for me.

Meg

I do like it iced a lot. I have a gallon pitcher, and I usually use 1 or 2 of these with 2-3 bags normal black tea so it’s not overpowering. I just don’t normally drink iced tea unless it’s hot out. :)

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