Run for Løv

Tea type
Fruit Tea
Ingredients
Apple, Black Currants, Blackcurrant Flavoring, Goji Berries, Organic Hibiscus, Organic Rose Hips, Pomegranate
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Bulk, Tea Bag
Caffeine
Caffeine Free
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  • “Tried this hot in-store. I think it would be much better iced. The dominant flavor is hibiscus, but there’s a respectably assertive berry note too. Tasty enough for seconds but definitely not a...” Read full tasting note
  • “Dry, I smell red fruits – it smells like raspberry to me but that’s probably rather pomegranate and goji berry. Steeped, it’s a clear pomegranate smell, a bit like a diluted pomegranate juice....” Read full tasting note
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From Løv Organic

Run for Løv, finally a healthy organic drink for your physical activities like yoga and running! The new invogorating superfruit infusion: An organic blend made of apple, hibiscus flower, pomegranate, blackcurrant and goji berry, delicious served hot or iced.

Run For Løv is perfect for sports lovers. It’s a healthy way to rehydrate before or after any physical activity and tastes great too. This organic caffeine-free superfruit blend can be enjoyed hot or cold. It’s a delicious, invigorating, rehydrating blend of pomegranate and blackcurrant set off by the tangy flavours of hibiscus. The aquatic blue packaging of Run For Løv invites into a fresh and fruity plunge!

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672 tasting notes

Tried this hot in-store. I think it would be much better iced. The dominant flavor is hibiscus, but there’s a respectably assertive berry note too. Tasty enough for seconds but definitely not a blend for the hibby-averse.

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Dry, I smell red fruits – it smells like raspberry to me but that’s probably rather pomegranate and goji berry. Steeped, it’s a clear pomegranate smell, a bit like a diluted pomegranate juice. Since hibiscus is a major ingredient, that’s pretty much all it tastes though. Not worth trying hot. This was clearly thought out to be drink cold or iced. Between the two, I prefer it iced because cold-steeping doesn’t bring out any flavours. At least iced you get the hibiscus.

I’m tired though of Kusmi and Løv marketing strategy saying that this kind of tea will make you happy, this kind of tea will detoxify your body, and now this kind of tea will make your recover after a run or a yoga class? That’s absurd. You need a good substantial meal after a workout, that’s it.

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