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  • *Photo shown represents flavor of prepared tea. Package contains loose leaf tea only.  Any other components (ie. water, sweetener, fruit, etc.) are not included in the mix.

*NEW Hibiscus Fruit Punch Loose Leaf Tea

$6.99
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Product Description

A fruit-lover's infusion. This blend of hibiscus and berries offers an aromatic and vibrant cup, with a lovely, deep ruby glow. Enjoy hot, or chill and serve over ice with fresh sprigs of spearmint. The definition of refreshing! Naturally caffeine free.

All of our tea blends come loose. You will need an infuser or empty filters to prepare our tea. Packaged in a food grade resealable pouch, that is heat sealed to retain freshness. Includes a NET WT 2oz (25-30 teaspoons) 16-20 (8 oz.) servings total.

Hot Tea Recipe (1 serving):
* 1 ½ tsp. of loose leaf tea
* 8 oz. of boiling (212°) water
* Steep for 5 minutes
* Sweeten to taste (if desired)

Iced Tea Recipe (8 servings):
* ¼ cup loose leaf tea
* 8 cups cold water
* Steep for 1-3 hours in fridge
* Sweeten to taste (if desired)
* Serve over ice
* Keep refrigerated and consume within 3 days

Sparkling Tea Recipe (1 serving):
* 1 tbsp of loose leaf tea
* 1 cup of COLD seltzer, sprite, or ginger ale
*  Infuse for 15 minutes
* Serve over ice with slices of lemons and oranges

Ingredients: 
hibiscus, elderberries, black currants, natural flavors, raspberries, blueberries

*Photo shown represents flavor of prepared tea. Package contains loose leaf tea only.  Any other components (ie. water, sweetener, fruit, etc.) are not included in the mix.

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  1. Really Good!

    Posted by Linda Rizzo on 27th Jul 2018

    This is easy to make as an ice tea, and tastes great!

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