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Organic Cranberry Orange Classic

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Cranberry Orange herbal tea blends the delicious flavors of fresh fruit with all organic herbs – chamomile, pungent rosehips and tart hibiscus. One of our most popular herbal teas, Herbal Cranberry Orange is completely caffeine-free and delicious both hot, served with a little honey, or iced, garnished with orange slices.

Ingredients (* organic): Rosehips*, hibiscus*, orange peel*, chamomile* and natural flavor.

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I’m sending a bag of this in some of the mini swaps I am doing! Totally forgot to officially log (thought I did) so I will now :)

With all the tarty and fruity ingredients in this – All I can really smell is the Chamomile…which I find rather strange…that I can pick that aroma out above the rest.

The taste is primarily Chamomile, too. It helps shade the hibiscus. But I’m usually not fond of either ingredient on it’s own. I can only really taste a LITTLE HINT of orange…not so much the cranberry and I just keep coming back to that chamomile. I’m thankful the other ingredients are overly tart and VERY grateful that the hibiscus isn’t screaming that the top of their lungs, too! I was hoping for more cranberry and orange combo and less (or no Chamomile). So there are quite a few pros and cons in this one for me, I guess. It doesn’t taste bad but it’s not one of the preferred Davidson’s offering in my opinion – for my palate that is.

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