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Wild Berry Hibiscus (limited edition)

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Fruit Herbal Blend
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Edit tea info Last updated by Clifford Landon Pun
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From The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf

Keep your cool with this juicy new infusion of hibiscus blossoms, black currants and orange peel. This deep red infusion is easy to prepare and offers a bold, berry flavor with subtle hints of citrus and is naturally caffeine free.

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Hmm… I’m drinking this tea as I type this, and I’m wondering how to express my sentiments.

The aroma is very odd… When I opened the tin (which I like a lot, by the way) the smell was strangely perfumed. I was skeptical, thinking that maybe the Coffee Bean added artificial flavors to it. Sure enough, upon closer inspection, “natural and artificial flavors” right on the label. DAMN!

Oh well. I am drinking the tea, but I prefer a more organic tea. I bet this would tast much better over ice. I will report that tasting when I get my hands on some cubes.

Anyhow, super-fruity. No need for sugar, because cups from this brew are full of orangey-currant-yness. A lovely, red color, too. I’m holding onto this tea because I paid $8.95 for 170g for it (which is reasonable for a tea like this).

Preparation
Boiling 4 min, 0 sec

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