Okanagan Orchard

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Black Fruit Honeybush Rooibos Blend
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This is a fruity house blend of peach, apricot, apple, pear and hints of lemon and honey. Made with real fruit, herbs, decaffeinated black tea, rooibos and honeybush, this tea will remind you of summers long past and roadside fruit stands along the way. Inspired by our surrounding orchards here in the Okanagan Valley.

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I picked this tea up when I was in Kelowna a few weeks ago and looking for a good decaf fruit blend to turn into iced tea. Unfortunately most fruit teas have a ton of hibiscus in them as a cheap way to replicate raspberry/pomegranate/cherry/random-tart-fruit-of-choice and while I’ll admit it’s more agreeable iced, I’d prefer to do without it altogether. So I was pretty pleased to score this tea.

Like I usually do with a new tea even if it’s destined to become iced tea I’ll try it hot first. The strongest flavour in this blend is the peach but I can also easily pick out apple and apricot as well. The honeybush mixed with the fruit gives the tea its own natural sweetness, and the decaf black tea gives this blend some substance but its subtle enough not to take over. I can already tell this is going to be a hit iced.

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I wasn’t quite sure what this was when I took it out of the box. Based on the name I figured it had to be some sort of fruit something. Didn’t realize that it had black and rooibos as a base – just looking at it I thought it would be a tisane. That’s ok I’ll try almost anything.
This is fruity, but a little medicinal. It seems more like a fruit herbal that a black or rooibos. It’s a fun little fruit tea. None of the individual fruits really stand out to me – just generic fruit rather than anything specific.

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