Peach Infusion Hibiscus Fruit Tea

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Price: $8.00

Description

Hibiscus Tea SymbolThe Peach Infusion Hibiscus Blend Experience: blissfully sweet fruitPeach Star

This indulgent infusion is a cup of summer sunshine.

Tasting Notes: juicy, berry, creamy

The juicy peach notes of this blend come forward in the first sip. Hibiscus blossoms, apples, papaya, currants, blueberries and strawberries round out into a very fruity blend. Peach mellows out the tart hibiscus and berries, while apple adds a creamy note. The aftertaste is like a sweet fruit orchard in summer...

Ingredients: Elderberries, hibiscus blossoms, apple pieces, papaya, currants, rose hip peel, flavor, blueberries, strawberry pieces, cornflower blossoms.

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

Additional Information

Savoring Your Experience:

Iced, this blend is smooth, flavorful and refreshing. Hot, it's great with your favorite dairy and vanilla sugar (think: peaches and cream).

Fun Facts:

Peaches are "stone fruits" (fruits named for their stone-like pits). They contain potassium and are also a good source of vitamin C. Berries are a rich source of many vitamins and full of antioxidants, too. Who knew that something so delicious could be so healthful, too?!

Reviews

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  • 5
    Good Iced Tea

    Posted by Beth Reeder on Jul 13th 2017

    Not as peachy as some of the other peach teas but it is still tasty. Perfect as iced tea with or without sweetener.

  • 5
    This blend looks, smells, & tastes amazing!

    Posted by C B on Sep 23rd 2012

    Scooping this out to put in my infuser, it looked absolutely delicious. As usual with Fusion Teas, they put a lot of effort into the blend. It smells delicious too — a nice fragrant peach. The steep color is a deep red. The flavor is a little sour, which means it would be the perfect tea to add sugar to. But I really like this blend otherwise. The berry flavor is great. Most of the fruit blends I’ve had are much worse.

  • 4
    Good and Fruity

    Posted by Danite on Jun 13th 2012

    This is good and fruity. But we are hooked on the super fruit sencha.

  • 5
    Peach infusion tea

    Posted by Grace Timmermans on Mar 23rd 2012

    If you like peach tea, this is a must try! I can not say enough about how enjoyable it is. I have been on a very strict diet for weight loss, and I look forward to my cup of tea each night as my special "good for you treat". We bought this tea for ourselves as well as for other family members. On a recent visit to Las Vegas to visit family, we gave some to my sister in law to try who is a avid tea drinker. She said that it was the best peach tea that she had ever had!