Flowering Fruit (Organic)

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From The Republic of Tea

Certified Organic Caffeine-Free Fruits and Botanicals. Hydrating hibiscus, rosehips, orange peel, lemon grass and orange oil create a ruby hued cup with a fragrant bouquet. Full of Vitamin C to boost the immune system.

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The Republic of Tea is a progressive and socially conscious business recognized for being the leading purveyor of more than 200 premium teas and herbs, ready-to-drink iced teas and more. Founded in 1992, The Republic of Tea sparked a tea revolution in America with the purpose of enriching people’s lives through the experience of premium teas and a Sip by Sip Rather Than Gulp by Gulp lifestyle.

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I love the Steepster community because most of you will understand the wonderful state of Christmas well-being created when one drinks from a Tardis mug, a gift from my son (the call booth DISAPPEARS when you fill it with hot water!) and watches the Weird Al Yankovich Al-pocalypse Tour on DVD, interspersed with brief sessions trying to manipulate my new Perplexus puzzle. Tea geek paradise.

The well-being, unfortunately, wasn’t caused by the tea itself; it was just the first bag I grabbed to try out the Dr. Who mug. No particular flavor stood up for me to take notice if it, just a tarty-citrusy amalgamation.

Happy Christmas, wonderful cups of tea, and joy to you all. I was reminded at last night’s Christmas Eve service, with candle wax drizzling down my hand and tears drizzling down my cheeks, that joy has been here all along—I just forget to look for Him.


We got the Perplexus, too! I pretty much stink at it!


Reminds me of this quote from Ralph Marston’s twitter feed: “Even when you have no reason to enjoy life, enjoy it anyway. For joy is its own best reason.”


Stephanie: I love that quote!
GMathis: I just read your review aloud because fully half of our gifts came from thinkgeek. My hubby said, “I didn’t know shenwas a geek!”. LOL! Kindred spirits! My son was on stage with Weird Al , dressed in his stormtrooper armor. You can see him on YouTube. He is the sand trooper on the far left facing the stage or far right from the stage perspective.


Not sure which is a cooler geek thing – gmathis’ tardis cup or ashmanra’s son being in the video. Both pretty awesome.

gmathis, thanks for sharing the witness. Life has been largely overwhelming lately and I needed the reminder. Be blessed.


SimplyJen, I got as far as step 45 and have spent an embarrassing amount of time trying to beat the Perplexus! Husband’s already online looking at their Epic version.


…and ashmanra dear, thanks to you, I am now within Six Degrees of Weird Al! That just made my evening!


LOL! I saw your Tardis mug online today. WAY COOL!


I got my Mum the disappearing TARDIS mug for Christmas. It is SO COOL!!!! THe Doctor Who Christmas special last night wasn’t my favourite though, sadly.

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A little sharp for everyday drinking, but the best thing in the world if you have a bad cold coming on, especially if you add enough honey to soothe a sore throat along the way. I’ve fought off strep throat with this. It’s that good.

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This was way too tart for me. It is reminiscent of the vitamin C pills my mother used to make me chew.

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