Tea type
Herbal Tea
Ingredients
Hibiscus Flowers, Lemongrass, Licorice Root, Orange Peel, Rose Hips, Spearmint
Flavors
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Bulk, Tea Bag
Caffeine
Caffeine Free
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Average preparation
Boiling 5 min, 0 sec

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  • “Wild cherry bark is the first listed ingredient and cherry is definitely the first taste you get. That's followed closely by the taste of rose hips, then hibiscus, and the cup finishes with a...” Read full tasting note
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From Native American Tea Company

Other ingredients: Wild Cherry Bark.

Rich punch flavor with a touch of spearmint.

Horses were considered to be wealth among all Native American tribes since they were introduced by the Spanish sometime in the 1600s. For the Plains Indians it was considered an honor to raid an enemy camp, take horses and escape unharmed. This form of competition was considered to be quite dangerous, and was well noted between the Crow Indians and the Blackfeet Nations. A successful raid was honored with a “Victory” celebration including a feast. This is where the name Victory Tea comes from. Herbs which are carried by these raiding parties were selected because of their lightness in weight, good nutrition, easy consumption and quick energy when needed.

For that quick burst of energy when needed.

Naturally caffeine & gluten free.

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6 Tasting Notes

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902 tasting notes

Wild cherry bark is the first listed ingredient and cherry is definitely the first taste you get. That’s followed closely by the taste of rose hips, then hibiscus, and the cup finishes with a slight hint of mint and lemon. This is one of those teas where the flavors actually match the list of ingredients nearly to the letter (though I don’t get much orange from it). The liquor is a beautiful cranberry color, slightly browner than a traditional hibiscus tea. You definitely get the tartness of a hibiscus tea, but the other flavors are much stronger and make this more fruity than tart. Sadly, I’m getting low on this tea, too. Would definitely consider buying again, but will probably buy something new first (there’s just way too many teas/tisanes out there to try).

Preparation
Boiling 5 min, 0 sec

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