Orange Grapefruit Wellness

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Herbal Tea
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Boiling 8 min or more

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  • “I thought I'd try this one iced today as it's been languishing in my cupboard for a while now. When I first tried this I enjoyed it more, but now I am finding it to be REALLY tart. I added some...” Read full tasting note
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    amyoh2 2578 tasting notes
  • “One of my favorite teas -- I can't believe no one else has rated this one. Tastes like pink grapefruit (with tea), but not too tart. A fruity tea, but not a tisane. I like this one for...” Read full tasting note
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    TeaJoy1 8 tasting notes
  • “Hibiscus is the base flavor here for all this wonderful fruitiness, but it doesn't overwhelm. In fact, my first impression was that the tea was simply too light despite a generous brewing, but...” Read full tasting note
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    Flowery 142 tasting notes

From Capital Teas

Brimming with citrus flavors and aroma, this fresh and zesty herbal tea is great all day. When feeling off, it’s like a burst of health to your body. Tart and fruity, it brews to a lovely pink grapefruit hue, while imparting a tantalizing light spice note. Great hot or iced.

Health Benefits: Apples and Oranges are a good sources of Vitamin C, Hibiscus contains an enzyme inhibitor which may reduce the absorption of dietary carbohydrates and will help aid weight loss, May help fight symptoms of the common cold, Caffeine free

Ingredients: apple pieces, carrot flakes, blackberry and eucalyptus leaves, beetroot pieces, hibiscus flowers, lemongrass, tangerine pieces, orange slices

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2578 tasting notes

I thought I’d try this one iced today as it’s been languishing in my cupboard for a while now. When I first tried this I enjoyed it more, but now I am finding it to be REALLY tart. I added some sugar to it and thought it was better that way. I don’t think this will be a repurchase for me, I find the hibiscus just really overpowers and it’s giving me a stomach ache. Hopefully I will find a way to finish this off or bequeath it to someone.

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One of my favorite teas — I can’t believe no one else has rated this one. Tastes like pink grapefruit (with tea), but not too tart. A fruity tea, but not a tisane. I like this one for breakfast. No caffeine. 6-2013

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142 tasting notes

Hibiscus is the base flavor here for all this wonderful fruitiness, but it doesn’t overwhelm. In fact, my first impression was that the tea was simply too light despite a generous brewing, but after most of a pot of it, I’ve decided that’s what’s growing on me – it’s one you can sip all day. I like to keep one hibiscus tea around for the health benefits, and this just might be the winner.

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