Blood Orange Hibiscus Fruit Tisane

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Price: $8.00

Description

Hibiscus Tea SymbolThe Blood Orange Hibiscus Fruit Tea Experience: rich, bold, fruityBlood Oranges

A delicious blend of fruits and blossoms meld together in this sweet tisane.

Tasting Notes: tangy, fruity, bright

This deep, brilliant infusion sparkles to a lovely rouge. The fruit-forward aroma is a second cue to the tastiness of this bold blend. Delightful citrus flavors blend well with sweet hibiscus and orange peel, while rose hips add tartness and apple pieces add smoothness. Bright, tart blood orange shines through in this invigorating blend, yet the aftertaste is soft and the finish is gently satisfying.

Ingredients: Hibiscus, orange pieces, rose hips, natural flavor.

  • Caffeine Level
  • tea measurement 1.5 tsp Per Cup
  • tea temperature 212°
  • tea steep time 4-8 Minutes

Additional Information

Savoring Your Experience:

Served piping hot, this hibiscus blend is a good kick-start for a cold, rainy morning. Paired with a sweet, vanilla-tinged breakfast bread, Blood Orange Hibiscus provides a comforting feeling reminiscent of sipping hot cider in preparation for a day in the snow.

Ramp up the visual experience of Blood Orange Hibiscus even more by slicing wedges of fresh blood orange and placing them on the rim of your teacup or iced tea glass.

Fun Facts:

The blood orange is an orange variety with crimson-colored flesh. It is both sweet and tart to taste, and lovely to look at. Cultivated for centuries in Sicily, this fruit innately teams with Italian treats including pasta salads, rustic bread with balsamic vinegar, and panettone.

Reviews

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  • 5
    Refreshing

    Posted by Misty on Jun 12th 2017

    Love this refreshingly tart tea! The smell alone is fantastic.

  • 5
    recently tried this one

    Posted by kathy on Nov 20th 2013

    This is an outstanding tea. The blood orange comes through perfectly, very invigorating blend, I highly recommend this for citrus lovers.

  • 5
    Blood orange tea

    Posted by robin williams on Jan 7th 2011

    This is my sons favorite tea. He keeps a supply at work to help him get thru the day.