Blood Orange Fruit Melange

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  • “I typically can't stand this one- it's like drinking warm 'mixed fruit' juice. But I've just discovered that it's pretty good iced. Cold, the orange becomes more tart and just slightly bitter. The...” Read full tasting note
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Our new improved Blood Orange is more flavorful and nutritious than ever with the addition of juicy orange fruit pieces and beetroot. This caffeine-free fruit blend can be enjoyed hot or on the rocks!

Recommendations: Use 1 heaping tsp. per 6 oz. cup; heat fresh water to a roaring boil; let steep for 7-10 min.

Ingredients: Apple bits, beetroot, rosehip & citrus peels, hibiscus, orange fruit pieces, flavoring, safflower & marigold petals, orange blossoms

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I typically can’t stand this one- it’s like drinking warm ‘mixed fruit’ juice. But I’ve just discovered that it’s pretty good iced. Cold, the orange becomes more tart and just slightly bitter. The backdrop of red fruity pieces actually peps this up a bit. It’s like enjoying a refreshing glass of cold juice, but without the cloying sweetness- not saying I’ll buy this again, but it’s got at least one good use.

180 °F / 82 °C 5 min, 0 sec

Sounds pretty awesome. Yeah some teas are like that, if their not good hot, their okay cold. Good stuff :)


I wonder if that Tazo orange would be better iced too?


Maybe! :) I go through periods where I like that flavor, but then oscillate back into ‘blegh’. I think I still have one tea bag of it to try iced.


I don’t think anything can improve Tazo Wild Orange. D:


Heh, it’s my father-in-law’s favorite tea- one of the only things he’ll drink :)


Jillian – I agree. :)

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