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Fruit Herbal Blend
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  • “This was a sample that I got for free from Dammann with my advent calendar. I love sweetened hibiscus tea, and I decided to follow Stephanies proceedure for making tea soda with this sachet. I...” Read full tasting note
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    dinosara 2031 tasting notes
  • “how nice of dammann to put their hibiscus tea in a red bag. so i can easily know which teas to -- RED ALERT -- STOP -- NOT drink. not even dammann can make hibiscus less hibiscusy. just not my...” Read full tasting note
    shmiracles 744 tasting notes
  • “I received this as a free sample from Dammann with my advent calendar purchase. It looked interesting, but after opening the package and smelling the tea = hibiscus. Hibiscus is not a fruit OK,...” Read full tasting note
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    Lala1 809 tasting notes
  • “This tea smells incredible dry! Red fruity and juicy. The water turned pink as soon as I put the bag in my cup which makes me weary about my old foe... hibiscus. It is tart, but a bit of sugar...” Read full tasting note
    Dustin2Dust 556 tasting notes

From Dammann Freres

Blend of hibiscus flowers, rosehip peels, apple bits, marigold flowers and red roses petals, flavoured with strawberry and rhubarb flavours. (Brewing time: 4 to 6 minutes).

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2031 tasting notes

This was a sample that I got for free from Dammann with my advent calendar. I love sweetened hibiscus tea, and I decided to follow Stephanies proceedure for making tea soda with this sachet. I brewed it triple strength (so, only 3oz of water), then added a good amount of sugar (2.5TBSP), let it cool, then mixed with soda water. YUM! The strawberry-rhubarb of this really came out and it was delicious. I kind of want to keep a hibiscus blend around just for making fruity tea sodas, especially for the summer. Yay tea soda!

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JustJames

i know….. people have such tasty ideas on here. a reduction over ice cream is nice too =0P

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how nice of dammann to put their hibiscus tea in a red bag. so i can easily know which teas to — RED ALERTSTOPNOT drink.
not even dammann can make hibiscus less hibiscusy.
just not my thing ya know.

VariaTEA

I am the same with hibiscus. I look at ingredients and if there is hibiscus in a blend I learned I probably won’t drink it. Herbals are especially upsetting because they always smell so sweet and fruity and then taste so tart – it’s always a letdown.

JustJames

you and Anna have bonded i am sure, lol. you won’t even sip for science? ;0)

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809 tasting notes

I received this as a free sample from Dammann with my advent calendar purchase.

It looked interesting, but after opening the package and smelling the tea = hibiscus. Hibiscus is not a fruit OK, just saying.

The brewed tea tastes strongly of tart hibiscus. But I also get some creamy, sweet strawberry. I also get tart rhubarb. There is a slight apple taste, also sweet. There is a mix of sweet and tart in this tea, but it is much more tart than it is sweet.

This one is ok, but I am not the hugest hibiscus fan, and that is what I would call this tea.

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This tea smells incredible dry! Red fruity and juicy. The water turned pink as soon as I put the bag in my cup which makes me weary about my old foe… hibiscus. It is tart, but a bit of sugar makes the hibiscus tolerable for the most part. The fruitiness is good, but there is a lingering taste at the end that I don’t like and can’t put my finger on. Not a fan of herbals.

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