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Angels Falls Mist

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Fruit Tea
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Edit tea info Last updated by Scheherazade
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  • “For a fruit tea heavy in hibiscus and rosehip, this is surprisingly good. They're usually two things I'm not fond of, but they don't come across ridiculously tart and sour. This actually takes a...” Read full tasting note
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Angels Falls Mist is a deliciously complex yet light fruit tisane, packed with caffeine-free leaves and fruits. The ideal drink for all ages, Angels Falls Mist is naturally lightly sweet and extremely refreshing, perfect to enjoy in the garden on those hot summer days!

A delicate blend of rich red rosehips meld perfectly with succulent hibiscus leaves, melting into mid notes of juicy, fruity strawberry and light, citrussy lemon. Fragrant and tasty yet never overpowering, Angels Falls Mist leaves a clean mouth feel and is the perfect palate refresher between courses, as well as being equally well suited to drinking alone. Simply delicious!

Steep in hot water for a few minutes to unlock the deliciously light aroma of Angels Falls Mist, before enjoying either hot or over ice.

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For a fruit tea heavy in hibiscus and rosehip, this is surprisingly good. They’re usually two things I’m not fond of, but they don’t come across ridiculously tart and sour. This actually takes a while to colour while brewing, instead of turning an instant dark red. I guess that’s a good sign!

To taste, it’s the lemon that comes out first. It’s not too sour, just a touch, and has a beautiful, fresh, bright, citrus flavour. The strawberry is sweet and juicy, and develops largely in the aftertaste once the lemon has faded. It leaves me with the lingering impression of pink lemonade.

This is pretty good as is, but I might try it with a little sugar or honey just to see what that does. I’m pleasantly surprised, though — I wasn’t expecting a lot, and it turns out this is one of the rare fruit teas I can get behind. A good spring/early summer choice!

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