Strawberry Daiquiri

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Herbal Tea
Apple Pieces, Berries, Citric Acid, Hibiscus Flowers, Licorice Root, Natural Strawberry Flavor, Orange Peels, Rose Hips, Strawberry Leaves
Fruity, Strawberry, Sweet
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Caffeine Free
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205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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This is actually better than I was expecting. I expected tartness from the hibiscus but turns out its actually quite fruity. Mostly strawberry to be exact. I think this would also be a great iced tea. Although today I decided to try it first hot. Next time though… It’s getting iced.

Flavors: Fruity, Strawberry

205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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Ever drive to Wichita? Don’t bother, we took care of it for you. Hot, flat, and highly unexciting…which is why hubby pulled into a World Market on the way out of town so it would at least feel like we had a little whimsy on the trip.

And there this was. It had me at strawberry and the rubber duck on the box. I didn’t even look at the ingredient list, which includes a couple of my unfavorites—hibiscus and licorice.

But you know what? They are barely noticeable in this luscious and remarkably strawberry little surprise. I don’t do alcohol, so I can’t tell you if the daiquiri part of it is flavor-accurate, but this is pleasant and strong on the strawberry. (Most of you know how much I love good strawberry tea.)

Have had one cup hot, one cup chilled. Just right both times. A little sugar and it would taste like Kool-Aid for grownups. Perfect on a triple-digit, fry-yer-eyeballs week.

Evol Ving Ness

Wichita, Wichita—in my Canadian imagination, it sounds like a good theme for a Country song.

This post delighted me, by the way. Who can argue with strawberry and a rubber duck on the box. And the silencing of liquorice wins me over as well.

What are your favourite strawberry teas, gmathis?


This one: … which, alas, I can’t find locally any more. Three bags in a mason jar in the fridge—summer lawn mowing thirst quenching goodness.

And this one: Little fancier with chocolate and pu-erh. Strawberry bonbons.


Wichita’s claim to commerce is aerospace, as it is a small city a million miles of flatness from anywhere. Boeing, an air force base, other miscellaneous small plane manufacturers. Cornfields on the outskirts of town. ONE two-lane state highway (with occasional passing zones far too far apart) in from Missouri. But then, it has a World Market. I don’t!

Evol Ving Ness

Thank you. This one makes me happy. Now if only Zen Tea were to start selling it again.


Mmm! Dessert after a spinach and strawberry salad with honey/apple cider dressing…you’re welcome to come over for a snack as long as you promise not to make fun of my filthy kitchen.

Evol Ving Ness


Thank you. The very next time I am in Missouri.

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Sipdown! I liked this tea a lot more than I initially thought I would. I drank it iced quite a few times this summer.

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