Orange Fountain

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150 °F / 65 °C 8 min or more

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From Island Rose

Remember being 7 years old and getting fresh orange on your face and fingers? Now you can have that feeling in a cup. Orange Fountain herbal blend from Island Rose overflows with the flavor of fresh oranges. The clean, crisp, citrus taste is a great way to spend any morning, afternoon or evening.

Orange Fountain, a spring of happy innocence.

Ingredients: Rosehip, apple, citric acid, natural orange flavor, hibiscus, all natural stevia (dietary supplement)

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One of my favorite oranges (just behind Tazo’s Wild Sweet), this one needs a long steeping time at a high heat. But it turns out perfect. It really is the scent and taste of oranges sticky and sweet on your fingers and in your mouth. Sometimes I find it just a touch too abrasive or sweet, but it’s really the perfect back up.

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holy mother of something…THIS is orange! It kinda reminds me of orange syrup…the stuff that is the concentrate of the orange pop you get in restaurants. a little more sour, but over all generally that was the taste. I’d probably love this much more if i could’t taste the stevia coming through, but even at that it was still a really tasty cup :)

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Love this tea. Had it many times but it’s been a year or so since I’ve had some in my collection. As soon as I tore open the package I thought tear jerkers! Do you remember sour tear jerkers? The gum that is round and has a sweet gum, hollow inside, and sour outside. The orange ones taste very similar to this tea; without the sourness of course. Good warm and cold. Hot is fine but I think it’s best when it’s chilled slightly.

150 °F / 65 °C 8 min or more

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