Peruvian Spiced Berry

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Fruit Herbal Blend
Apple Pieces, Cinnamon, Cloves, Currants, Elderberry, Hibiscus, Natural Flavours, Pineapple
Cinnamon, Cloves, Red Fruits, Red Wine
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This is our Original blend to characterize the true ancient incan [sic] recipe. This is the tea that the founder Ryan came across during his hike. Its is an enlivening herbal, fruit tea blend of purple corn, berries and spices.

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Flavors: Cinnamon, Cloves, Red Fruits, Red Wine

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As I mentioned in my full-length article about this tea: I wasn’t too sure what to think of a tea made with purple corn. It sounded weird. But I was willing to give it a try.

A spicy-sweet scent before brewing. After the tea is brewed, it smells of spiced fruit. The cinnamon and clove are not too overwhelming here though. It smells a bit like a spiced berry compote.

It’s a tasty tisane. And yes, I can taste the corn! It adds a somewhat nutty, grainy flavor to the cup that is more like a background note than something that is strong and forward. The berries and spice is the prominent flavor.

Overall, it tastes a bit like a spiced berry cobbler – and yum! If I had to change anything about it, I’d rather there not be hibiscus in it as I’m not a hibiscus fan. But even with the hibiscus, it’s a fairly tasty tisane. I enjoyed it and would drink it again.

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