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205 °F / 96 °C 7 min, 15 sec

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From Joy's Teaspoon

Winner of the 2007 World Tea EXPO Iced Tea Competition. This mild creation is given fruity sweetness via the apple pieces and carrot flakes and a touch of freshness via the eucalytpus leaves, lemon grass, tangerine bits and nuance of hibiscus. Beetroot pieces lend their color to the cup along with a slightly earthy note. Dried orange slices are an optical reminder of the fresh citrus flavor of this absolutely perfect composition. Naturally caffeine free.

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696 tasting notes

So madly in love with this tea…

Preparation
Boiling 8 min or more
Sarah Ruthven

are you currently brewing it warm or cold? Either way I love it too!

Uniquity

I brew everything warm, in general. We’ll see if I come around on iced this summer, but I didn’t really like anything cold last year. Dunno why.

Sarah Ruthven

This tea won an Iced Tea award at the World Tea Expo, worth giving it a try I think :)

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Drinking Wellness iced tonight – my favorite way to drink this tea. Loving it, as always.

Sarah Ruthven

You know it won the 2007 World Tea Expo Best Iced Tea Blend…that is award winning yumminess!

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This is an interesting tisane. I drank it hot – love the hot pink color! There are so many layers of this tea: first it starts out tangy and citrusy, then becomes floral and fruity, but ends like a sweet, candied apple.

I’ll have to try this iced, but hot it is delicious. I didn’t steep it for as long as recommended, only about five minutes. However I have a dislike of hibiscus; I don’t like tea that it too tart or too tangy.

At five minutes, this brews up perfectly pink and deliciously smooth.

Preparation
170 °F / 76 °C 5 min, 0 sec

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This tea was great for a first infusion – possibly even a little too fruity and sweet for my taste, but very good (would have been fantastic iced). I did not feel that it was very good on a second infusion though.

*edit: Just realized that the second infusion generally wouldn’t matter for iced tea…

Preparation
4 min, 0 sec

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