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From Retro Leaf Tea

The one-two combination of fruit punch and hibiscus hits like the heaviest of heavyweights.

Ingredients: Dried Fruit Pieces (Papaya, Apple, Pineapple, Guava, Currants, Raspberry and Passion Fruit) and Hibiscus Flowers

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Cold Brew!

I had this one a little while ago and so it’s not super fresh in my mind, but I did really like it! I remember, when I ordered it, feeling like it was a bit of a gamble because while I was pretty sure it wouldn’t taste bad it didn’t seem like there was a lot going for it that would make it stand out either. It is a pretty typical hibiscus forward red fruit/fruit punch type of flavour but of course those types of teas do tend to taste really good cold brewed.

The thing, actually, that does give it a tiny bit of edge and interest is the use of tropical flavour notes to break up some of that standard hibby/red fruit. The guava comes through lightly, but enough to be detectable, and there was also a pineapple note that gave this a little more of a Hawaiian twist.

I was pretty pleased with the brew all in all!

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