drank Cinnamon Hibiscus by Salada
1312 tasting notes

Makes an awesome pitcher of cold-brew, unsweetened. Tart and hibiscus-y — just right, not like some hibiscus that is excessively sour. Big note of natural, fragrantly sweet cinnamon. I notice the rosehips and cinnamon more this way compared to brewing a hot cup and the orange peel and body much less. This is the refreshment needed with the past few days’ temps in the one-teens.

A winner hot and cold. It’s very cheap as far as teabags go (or it used to be before inflation — I think it was $1.49 or $2.49 at Sprouts late 2021).

gmathis

We don’t see Salada very often around here, but I think I remember they had some bagged green tea that was good in a pinch.

derk

Never had any of Salada’s other teas but they don’t get warm reviews here.

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gmathis

We don’t see Salada very often around here, but I think I remember they had some bagged green tea that was good in a pinch.

derk

Never had any of Salada’s other teas but they don’t get warm reviews here.

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