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From The Boston Tea Company

DETAILED DESCRIPTION: Be intrigued by the deep, exotic citrus flavor of blood oranges blended with signature spices and natural flavors for a hypnotizing herbal infusion. Keep plenty on hand because it’s a brew that’s bound to become an addiction!
CONTAINS: Contains 226.8g (8oz) of Finest Grade Herbal Tea
SERVINGS PER CONTAINER: Servings per container approximately 110-135 cups of tea (Note: One serving of Full-Leaf Tea can be brewed multiple times.)
Naturally Caffeine-Free
Boston Tea’s loose leaf tea reflects the passion projected in our company’s motto: ‘Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Tea.’ Our full leaf tea embodies natural beauty, rich aromas and the finest quality that our worldly master tea blenders ardently seek. Found in the lush plantations of Sri Lanka and mountainous regions of India and China, Boston Tea blends its tea to create the heartiest, strongest and most flavorful cup.
Double your tea-drinking pleasure; try any of these flavors hot or iced!
Gluten Free: Yes
Ingredients: Ingredients: Orange Peels, Apple Pieces, Hibiscus Flowers, Rose Hips and Safflower

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WOW! These ingredients are SUPER SIZED!!!!! Everything is magnified!

Once infused…I can smell the Hibiscus first, then apple, then blood orange.

The color is a pinkish-red.

I can taste hibiscus…blah…but then it changes to Blood Orange. VERY MUCH Blood Orange. Now…I am a blood orange FAN to EAT them…but in tea I wasn’t so sure. I like it paired with black tea but straight up!? Not so much. Whereas this isn’t terrible I don’t know if I would buy it based on my herbal/hibiscus general dislike. BUT…having said that – it DOES taste like Blood Orange so I can’t say it’s anything that it isn’t. I’m trying to keep that in mind while rating.

My rating might change in the future. I am drinking this hot now but would like to try it iced…that might increase my rating a lot but based on hot…I will go with this…

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