Blood Orange Fruit Tisane

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Herbal Rooibos Blend
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Boiling 4 min, 15 sec

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  • “There was a time when I could drink caffiene any time and still sleep like a baby. Apparently those days are over, so I'm drinking more tisanes in the evening. Since I am not a fan of decaf coffee...” Read full tasting note
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  • “This is a delicious tea. It's got great acidity without being over-the-top with it. Very refreshing in that regard. The orange notes are very present, but not overwhelming like so many fruit teas...” Read full tasting note
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    scott_ish 59 tasting notes
  • “I normally harbor disdain for rooibos teas (I think they taste too medicinal) but this is the second rooibos that I've actually enjoyed! We visit Wegman's about every 3-4 months, and on our recent...” Read full tasting note
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From Wegmans

Origin: South Africa

Ingredients: Organic blood orange peel, lemongrass, rosehips, superlative grade rooibos, & mandarin

Steeping Instructions: 2 tsp of tea per 8 oz water. Steep 4–6 min at 200°–boiling.

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There was a time when I could drink caffiene any time and still sleep like a baby. Apparently those days are over, so I’m drinking more tisanes in the evening. Since I am not a fan of decaf coffee I have stayed away from decaf teas, but I might give those a try as well. At any rate, I bought a few new herbals and tisanes and gave a couple a try last night.

I really wanted to like this one, but I’m just not feelin’ it. There was a bitterness that tasted like the pith of an orange rather than the peel. The strength of it made my jaw clench. I added a bit of sugar, and, while it did bring out more of the orange flavor, the bitterness was still there. I checked out the ingredients: orange peel, apples, rosehips, hibiscus, cranberry, rooibos, and natural flavor. Maybe it was the cranberry that did me in?

I can’t see myself drinking this one, so if anyone would like to try it let me know. It’s not a bad tisane, it’s just not for me.

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This is a delicious tea. It’s got great acidity without being over-the-top with it. Very refreshing in that regard. The orange notes are very present, but not overwhelming like so many fruit teas that smell like scented candles. The tea mellows with multiple steepings.

Very, very nice. Would drink every day and twice on Sunday.

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205 °F / 96 °C 5 min, 0 sec

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I normally harbor disdain for rooibos teas (I think they taste too medicinal) but this is the second rooibos that I’ve actually enjoyed! We visit Wegman’s about every 3-4 months, and on our recent visit, the Blood Orange Tisane won for best scent. I’m huffing my bag as we speak… it’s a delightful bouquet of freshly peeled oranges. Very lush and tropical. The tea has lemongrass and rosehips, which gives it a bit of tartness without making you think you’re drinking watered-down orange juice. A winner!

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Boiling 4 min, 0 sec

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