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  • “Mmm... the nearly intoxicating (but pleasant!) scent led me to purchase this one. The dark red color after infusion is certainly wine-like. The taste is juicy, sweet, and a little tart. Cherry...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Many cherry teas are either tart enough to burn off half your taste buds or taste really artificial like cough syrup. This one's a nice happy medium with a believable fruit flavor. Unsweet cherry pie.” Read full tasting note
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From San Francisco Herb & Natural Food Co.

INGREDIENTS: Hibiscus flower, rose hips, hawthorn berry, cranberry, lemon peel and natural cherry flavors.

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Mmm… the nearly intoxicating (but pleasant!) scent led me to purchase this one. The dark red color after infusion is certainly wine-like. The taste is juicy, sweet, and a little tart. Cherry is front and center. The hibiscus does not overwhelm (which in my opinion is a wonderful thing!). And I do love the lemony cranberry flavors as well, after it cools a little I notice them more. It’s almost hard to distinguish if this is juice or tea, and I have yet to decide if I like that aspect.

Jaime

Sounds delicious!

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1770 tasting notes

Many cherry teas are either tart enough to burn off half your taste buds or taste really artificial like cough syrup. This one’s a nice happy medium with a believable fruit flavor. Unsweet cherry pie.

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