Tropical Potion

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Sweet and sour pomegranate is perfectly balanced by mild and yet fresh creamy yoghurt in a red Rooibos base with hints of natural blood orange flavoring in this tropical taste sensation!

Naturally sweet, Tropical Potion is best enjoyed without the addition of sugar, to allow the fruity sweetness of the blend to really shine through. Succulent pineapple cubes, apple pieces and piquant pink peppercorns ensure that this fruity herbal tea really doesn’t leave anything lacking, and adds a depth and complexity of flavor that works undeniably well! Dashes of delicately fragrant hibiscus blossom and safflowers top off this Tropical Potion, adding a touch of floral freshness to a flavorful and yet never overpowering tea punch.

Perfect served chilled straight from the refrigerator, Tropical Potion is the ideal refreshing pick-me-up for any time of the day.

Ingredients: Rooibos tea, natural blood orange flavoring, pineapple cubes, apple pieces, freeze-dried apple pieces, flavoring, hibiscus blossoms, safflower, freeze-dried yoghurt granules, pomegranate arils, pink peppercorns.

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I’m feeling much better today, and it’s also warm, summery and lovely outside. Time for a tea suited to warm summer days, then! I’m still working my way through a few Tealux samples from my first order, and this one seemed well suited to my mood this afternoon. I used 1 tsp of leaf, and gave it 4 minutes in boiling water. The resulting liquor is a medium brown, and the scent is herbal and a little earthy.

To taste, it’s pretty much tropical fruit all the way! It’s juicy, which I like about Tealux’s fruity blends, and the flavours are fresh and natural tasting. The main flavour to my mind is pineapple, but there’s a hint of orange lurking in the background. It makes me think of tinned mandarins, more than anything. It’s a very sweet, light, delicate orange, and it makes for a good combination with the pineapple.

The second thing that strikes me about the flavour of this one is the yogurt. It emerges mostly in the mid-sip, and adds a slightly sour creaminess to the overall cup. Now that I’ve identified it as yogurt, I know what this tea reminds me of – Butiki’s Mango Lassi. The yogurt here is less prominent, and the fruit flavouring stronger and jucier, but it’s a similar flavour profile.

The rooibos is hanging around a little in the background, but it’s not too much of a bother. A little woody, perhaps, but nothing terrible. There’s a mild pepperiness right at the end of the sip that I would usually attribute to the rooibos also, but this blend contains pink peppercorns, so it could also be that. They don’t add much except a hint of heat right at the end of the sip, so it’s an odd inclusion but not unwelcome.

I can see this one being really good iced in the warmer months ahead, but it’s also pleasant hot. It’s a slice of sunshine ahead of summer!

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