Long Island Cola

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Fruit Tea
Cinnamon, Hibiscus, Natural Flavours, Rose Hips, Stevia Leaf
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Caffeine Free
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190 °F / 87 °C 7 min, 30 sec 8 oz / 236 ml

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From Island Rose

Hot or iced this caffeine free all natural blend with its unique taste, is the grown-up alternative to cola beverages and interesting take on teas. Long Island Cola from Island Rose lets you kick off your shoes and walk barefoot in the sand. This tea puts a smile on your face, perfect after a long day of the everyday hustle and bustle.

Long Island Cola, come walk along its shores.

Ingredients: Hibiscus, cinnamon, rose hip, all natural stevia, (dietary supplement) natural flavor

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Thank you Skysamurai for letting me try this unique tea!

I’m generally a fan of hibiscusy herbals, so I was excited to try this one and intrigued by the cola aspect. It steeps up a BRIGHT purplish red immediately and smells distinctly of cola. I took a couple of sips hot and knew I wanted to pour the rest over ice. I think I really like this tea conceptually. I think the hibiscus, cinnamon and cola pair well together, but the stevia is throwing me off. If this had no sweetener so I could add my own I would be much happier, I think. Really unique though and I’m glad I got to try it! :)


I hate stevia so I hate it when they add that in.


Yeah, this blend would be nice otherwise! :/


I agree. Stevia can be odd but this one definitely is better cold.

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This is so weird because it actually smells just like cola. Tastewise, I am getting hot, flat, hibby-flavored cola. Flat and soda just isn’t right but I could see this having potential as a tea soda.

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This fruit tea is a little odd. Not bad, but weird. For one, it’s strange tasting “cola” in a warm tea, and that’s a little off-putting. I steeped a little too long, so the hibiscus is pretty powerful. I don’t think I would ever have this again by choice, but I wouldn’t refuse to drink it if offered.

Boiling 7 min, 0 sec 8 OZ / 236 ML

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Also a longtime favorite of mine. It’s a tea that’s good at any time of the day. Hot or cold. Inside, outside, upside down. Though I don’t really think you should try to do the last one unless you’re in space… But anyway, this tea has an interesting fruity, dry smell and a lovely fruity taste. While I did say you could drink it hot and cold I prefer it cold.

165 °F / 73 °C 8 min or more

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A long time Island Rose favorite. This is warm, fruit and gorgeous. The hibiscus and cinnamon make this one amazing. I can never advise it enough.

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