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Hoopla!

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HOOPLA!
Fruit and Herb Tisane With Vegan Gummy Bears.

Viva La Free Spirit! Run Wild into the Waves. Sleep Soundly on the Sandy Beach Even Though You Know the Sand Will Find It’s Way Into Places You Didn’t Know Existed.

Steeping Instructions: Measure 1.5 teaspoons of tea to 8oz of water. Heat water to 175-180 degrees, pour over the tea leaves, and steep tea leaves for three to five minutes.

6.2 oz. Organic and Fair Trade Ingredients: Organic Apples, Organic Banana Chips (Organic Bananas, Organic Coconut Oil, Organic Sugar), Organic Vegan Gummy Bears (Organic Evaporated Cane Juice, Organic Tapioca Syrup, Organic Grape Juice Concentrate, Pectin, Citric Acid, Ascorbic Acid, Colors Added (including Black Carrot Juice Concentrate, Turmeric, Annatto, Natural Flavors), Organic Raisons, Organic Rose Hips, Organic Orange Peel, Organic Lemon Verbena, Organic Lemongrass.

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If you’re any enemy of fun, please stop reading now. Seriously, shoo! Go and have some dental work done, get a jump on your taxes, or simply just be gone with you. HoopLa from Indie Tea is all about fun, and I won’t have anyone who can’t appreciate the ingenious mix of herbal tea, fruit, and vegan gummy bears ruining the party! AND I don’t want to hear any nonsense about about gummy bears having no place in a serous tea. HoopLa is seriously delicious and I applaud Indie tea for making my cup of herbal tea even more enjoyable.

HoopLa is chock-a-block with dried fruit, vegan gummy bears, and herbs. The infusion is a bright yellow with a distinctive, fresh, lemon aroma. At first sip, a wonderful, uplifting, citrusy brightness washes over me. The body is light and refreshing with a sweet, lingering finish. I can’t wait to take another sip!

Indie Tea is donating 5% of their tea sales in October to the Susan G. Komen Foundation and we all know that breast cancer research is a great cause. And if you add a tin of Cranberry Boobilicious to your order they’ll make an additional donation to the cause. It’s a win-win-win-win-win situation!

Click here http://bit.ly/r8FTLz to read more…

MegWesley

Gummy bears in tea? That does sound like a cup full of fun. And a donation to breast cancer research? I will have to put this on my list to try out.

Jenn

\o/ YAY!!!!

LiberTEAS

I love Indie Tea!

Ashley Bain

Very cool! I’ve had gummy bears on the brain lately, odd. haha.

DaisyChubb

This is amazing! I am trying my hand at blending and wishing I could put things like this in my tea… why didn’t I just do it? But first – an Indie tea order. shwing!

Angrboda

Gummy bears? Like… really? Real ones? GOSH! O.O I nominate this as most bizarre tea ever. How weirdly intriguing!

Vicki Guillem ☀

What!!! This sounds incredible!! Can you get this online!?! I want now

Jenn

Angrboda Yep! Really real gummy bears… so much fun!

Vicki Gullem You can order Indie Tea on line right here http://www.indietea.com/ my dear :)

Vicki Guillem ☀

Thank you!!! What other teas of theirs do you recommend?

Jenn

Vicki Gullem HoopLa is the first Indie Tea I’ve tried thus far. I have three others to try, but I’ve fallen behind on my tea sampling. Poor me, right? I think that LiberTeas may have a few recommendations though :)

Devilish

Wow! I want to try this… I heart gummy bears!!!! :D :D :D

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This was an interesting mix in my mouth. I’ve never had an herbal infusion featuring gummy bears. It reminded me of a very light, floral fruit punch.

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