Blackberry Mojito/Sevenberry Sangria Blend

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Fruit Green Rooibos Blend
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  • “Sevenberry Sangria on its own is just way too sweet and hibiscus tasting. The Teavana app suggested blending it with Blackberry Mojito. Blackberry Mojito is like the best thing Teavana has to me,...” Read full tasting note
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Blackberry Mojito – A passionate salsa dance where rhythm is the unspoken language, this refreshing green tea perfectly captures the Latin-inspired minty mojito cocktail. Combining succulent blackberries and raspberries with a spearmint kick, this Latin wonder is also excellent iced

Sevenberry Sangria – Get ready to be blown away by this breezy romantic blend of ‘superfruits’ inspired by the Spanish coastal cafes and bars that dot the shore. Whole sweet grapes, strawberries, raspberries, black currants, blueberries, cherries and elderberries- seven sweet fruits- frolic in the sun and create a dark fuchsia cup of fruit-filled flavor. Amazing and tantalizingly delicious when served over ice.

Preparation: Use 1 teaspoon of tea per 8oz of water. Heat water to 175 degrees (79 degrees Celsius) and steep for 2 minutes.

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Sevenberry Sangria on its own is just way too sweet and hibiscus tasting. The Teavana app suggested blending it with Blackberry Mojito. Blackberry Mojito is like the best thing Teavana has to me, so I tried it out with what I had and the next day went to get more to use w/the Sevenberry Sangria.

I think they both contain hibiscus so it’s obviously there but the mint from the mojito tea cuts it a lot. It’s VERY fruity and I don’t understand how I actually like it this much.

This much, of course, is enough to get rid of the Sevenberry Sangria.

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