Pear Cinnamon Hibiscus Fruit Tisane

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Price: $8.00


Hibiscus Tea SymbolThe Pear Cinnamon Experience: ambrosial, succulent, relaxingBaked Pear and Cinnamon

This tea is like taking a bite out of an orchard-fresh pear. The flavor of sweet, juicy pear lingers in your mouth long after the last sip of tea. Regardless of the time of year, drink this tea anytime you could use a whiff of summer air.

Tasting Notes: pear crisp, apple tart

This tea is full of sublime fruity notes of pears and apples. A hint of warming cinnamon adds depth, while bright hibiscus and rosehips lend their customary tangy sweetness. The cinnamon is very subtle, while juicy pear steals the show.

Ingredients: Apple pieces, hibiscus, rose hip peel, pineapple cubes, cinnamon pieces, flavoring, sunflower blossoms.

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

Additional Information

Savoring Your Experience:

Pair Pear Cinnamon (no pun intended!) with sweet treats like almond-ambrosia fruit salad, vanilla poached pears or plum cake with lavender-honey ice cream.

Fun Facts:

Pears are in the same family as the apple. With cultivation dating back to 5000 B.C., pears are one of the oldest fruits grown by humans. They are a good source of vitamin C, and can be useful in treating inflammation of mucous membranes, arthritis, high blood pressure and high cholesterol levels. Sweet!


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  • 5
    Nice Holiday Blend

    Posted by Mark on Nov 18th 2012

    It's Thanksgiving week, and this was a nice finish to a busy day of decorating and preparations. Sweeten this fragrant brew with a teaspoon of local honey, and you'll still enjoy the warm cinnamon peeking through to remind you of the impending winter. The whole family agreed, this is a nice treat to the end of a hectic day.

  • 5
    Pear Cinnamon

    Posted by CW on Sep 28th 2012

    Although the name may catch you by surprise, the taste is incredible. This tea doesn't require a lot of sweetner. It's a perfect end to my busy day, and it accompanies me while reading. As Tony the Tiger would say, "It's great!"