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Hibiscus Blossom

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  • “I didn't drink this on it's own. I had some Yuzu Sencha from Lupicia and added some of the hibiscus during a second steeping. I like hibiscus, but I think it needs to be mixed with some other...” Read full tasting note
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Tart and sweet, the infusion of these crimson flower petals is adored round the world. The finest, Grade A African Hibiscus.

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I didn’t drink this on it’s own. I had some Yuzu Sencha from Lupicia and added some of the hibiscus during a second steeping. I like hibiscus, but I think it needs to be mixed with some other flavors, it’s a little much on it’s own.

Smells really good. I can’t wait to try it!

Smells good! Looks good! Tastes good. The green tea flavor is just barely there, but it is a second steeping, so I’m not too surprised at that. The citrusy yuzu is still present as well. The hibiscus takes center stage, but it’s not a monologue when it’s mixed with the green tea. I like it as a part of an ensemble. This is definitely something I’ll drink again.

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