Dreamy Hawaii Fruit tea

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Fruit Tea
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Hibiscus
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  • “Thanks so much for the try on this one, AJ Rimmer!  Can’t say I’m a fan though.. it might be the nightmare Hawaii tea rather than “dreamy” because there is SO MUCH HIBISCUS HERE.  And I can’t say I...” Read full tasting note
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  • “This brews up bright red. The flavor is somewhat tart. It tastes like ripe peaches more than anything else. When given a short steep and sweetened enough, it tastes pretty decent, but not...” Read full tasting note
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This fruit tea is made up of roselles, grapes, lemons and dried tropical fruits. It is full of tropical fruit flavors and seems to bring you to the dreamy Hawaii island which has enchanting beach, clear water and blue sky. Besides using for hot drink, this tea is also your perfect choice as an iced beverage.

Ingredients: Roselle, mango, pawpaw, pineapple, grape, lemon, edible flavoring

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Thanks so much for the try on this one, AJ Rimmer!  Can’t say I’m a fan though.. it might be the nightmare Hawaii tea rather than “dreamy” because there is SO MUCH HIBISCUS HERE.  And I can’t say I want coconut with my hibiscus?  Luckily there isn’t much coconut here.  It’s a couple pieces of other fruit with hibiscus, and the bright red cup just tastes like sour hibiscus. The description doesn’t even mention hibiscus, only roselle.  The photo shows much less roselle/hibiscus than my sample contained, so maybe it’s just my sample. I guess I don’t need to stock up on so many of these Teavivre herbals if so many of them are mostly hibiscus.   Without the roselle, I would have liked this blend. I did notice that Teavivre has a new hibiscus-less fruit blend though.
Steep #1  // 1 1/2 teaspoons for full mug // 15 minutes after boiling  // 2 minute steep
Steep #2  // just boiled //  3 minute steep
2020 sipdowns: 68 (What-cha – Anxi Tie Guan Yin)

Flavors: Hibiscus

AJRimmer

Yeah I had a few Teavivre herbals on my wish list, but after trying a bunch and only liking 1-2 of them, I decided that I don’t want to try more.

tea-sipper

I wish their herbals were better!

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This brews up bright red. The flavor is somewhat tart. It tastes like ripe peaches more than anything else. When given a short steep and sweetened enough, it tastes pretty decent, but not spectacular. I wish it weren’t quite so tart. I do find myself liking it enough to hang on to. I find the peachiness enjoyable.

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