Blood Orange

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Fruit Herbal Blend
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  • “Hmmmm..... I'm surprised to see that I'm the first to review this........ I got my very generous samples from *Fusion Tea Room* about a week ago and I haven't gotten around to reviewing any of...” Read full tasting note
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    ianerickson 119 tasting notes
  • “Last tea sample in the 5 I was sent from Fusion Teas. *sad face* 1st smell: Deep, orangery and interesting. 1st taste: I think I might of steeped it to long, next time I'll try it at 5 minutes...” Read full tasting note
    lynxiegrl 176 tasting notes

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A delicious blend of fruits and spices. The flavor is all natural, emanating from orange peels, hibiscus flowers, and rose hips. Contains no sugar and is caffeine free. Wonderfully iced or added to your own fusion blend.

Ingredients: hibiscus flowers, orange pieces, rose hip shells, apple pieces

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Hmmmm….. I’m surprised to see that I’m the first to review this……..

I got my very generous samples from Fusion Tea Room about a week ago and I haven’t gotten around to reviewing any of them yet (I apologize, I’ve been busy!). I’ve tried two others besides this that were EXCELLENT. I decided I wanted something citrusy and I knew that I had this waiting for me so I opened it up!

I meant to steep this for 7 and a half minutes (that’s how I usually brew herbals) but I forgot and so it went well over 10 minutes. I was a little nervous because this has quite a bit of hibiscus in it (though I must commend them because there’s a pretty equal ratio of orange rind to hibiscus) but surprisingly it didn’t get too tart! I’m not to sure that I like it as much hot and plain, however….. Don’t get me wrong, it’s good as it is, but I have two very distinct ideas on what I’d like to try with this tea. The first is obviously to make it iced (I think that would be AMAZING) and the second is to mix it with some black tea…. Maybe a Ruby Black? I think that would be amazing!

This is pretty good and I would like to thank Fusion Tea Room again for sending me this generous sample!

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Boiling 8 min or more

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176 tasting notes

Last tea sample in the 5 I was sent from Fusion Teas. sad face

1st smell: Deep, orangery and interesting.
1st taste: I think I might of steeped it to long, next time I’ll try it at 5 minutes instead of 10. I think the longer steep brings out the hibiscus, and bah, can’t say I am a fan of that.

Preparation
Boiling 8 min or more

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