Gele Vruchten Thee [Yellow Fruit Tea]

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Fruit Herbal Blend
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180 °F / 82 °C 4 min, 30 sec

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  • “This was included in a swap on Ravelry, from a person from the Netherlands. I don't know what kind of tea this is, other than what Google translates it to - "Yellow Fruit Tea" On searching for...” Read full tasting note
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From Fair Trade Original

Fair Trade Original staat voor handel die ontwikkelt. Een extra reden om te kiezen voor deze heerlijke thee.

Google translate: Fair Trade Original stands for trade that develops. An additional reason for choosing this delicious tea.

Found another website that lists it in a box with three other flavors. The description said:
De gele vruchten thee heeft een verfrissende, fruitige smaak van citroen, appel en een vleugje pepermunt.

Google translate: The yellow fruit tea has a refreshing, fruity flavor of lemon, apple and a hint of peppermint

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285 tasting notes

This was included in a swap on Ravelry, from a person from the Netherlands.
I don’t know what kind of tea this is, other than what Google translates it to – “Yellow Fruit Tea” On searching for “Gele Vructen Thee” and using Google Translate, I found one site that listed it in a box with 4 varieties, and said (in Dutch) “The yellow fruit tea has a refreshing, fruity flavor of lemon, apple and a hint of peppermint.”

It does seem fruity, like it’s an herbal tisane, not camelia sinensis. I’m not detecting peppermint. But I think I do detect lemon and apple. Plus there’s what I call the “wet washrag” taste I get on a lot of herbals.

I’m nervous that it might have rooibos in it, as it’s listed as an “African Original.” I guess I’ll know if I get a stomachache.

Brewed, it’s a deep reddish-brown liquid. It smells fruity, maybe similar to Orange & Spice from Bigelow.
It tastes all right, but not something I’d hunt down or request more of.

Preparation
180 °F / 82 °C 4 min, 30 sec

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