Wild Cherry Hibiscus Fruit Tisane

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Price: $8.00


Hibiscus Tea SymbolThe Wild Cherry Hibiscus Experience: frisky, fun, delightfulWild Cherry Orchird

Wild Cherry Hibiscus is a bit of a free spirit. It combines carefree notes of sweet cherry with the direct tartness of hibiscus and rosehips. Naturally sweet with a hint of spice, Wild Cherry will take you on an enthralling journey that will leave you uplifted and carefree. For those who really love tea, having a favorite tea can be like having a favorite child, but we have to admit we're partial to this spirited hibiscus blend.

Tasting Notes: cherry candy, fruit punch

Wild Cherry is straightforward tea; an honest blend of sweet cherry and tart hibiscus. These simple flavors create a compelling blend of pure fun and enchantment. Lighthearted, sweet and down to earth, it's impossible not to love this wild child.

Ingredients: Hibiscus blossoms, apple pieces, rosehip, raisins, cherries and flavor.

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

Additional Information

Savoring Your Experience:

Wild Cherry tastes wonderful hot or iced. Or mix it with lemonade and fresh strawberries for a unique twist on an Arnold Palmer. Pair Wild Cherry with any berry dessert, such as blackberry cobbler, mixed berry pie or a blueberry parfait.

Fun Facts:

Wild Cherry is a joyful melange of hibiscus, apple pieces, rosehips, raisins and cherries, which also means it is full of antioxidants and vitamin C. We love Wild Cherry for its invigorating flavors, but it doesn't hurt to know that it's good for you, too!


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  • 5

    Posted by Shirley Armstrong on Jan 22nd 2016

    I really love this tea. Sometimes I get it a little strong for drinking as a hot beverage, but that is easy to remedy, just add a little more hot water to my taste. This tea is also good to drink with ice, you can make this a little stronger because you do add ice to the drink. I love sharing with my neighbors.

  • 5
    Doesn't even need sugar

    Posted by Santiago Trujillo on Dec 1st 2012

    Another of my favorites, well becoming one of my favorites. I love the whole fruit pieces, and again, depending on the time of steeping, the intensity increases, and since I love tart flavors, longer is better for me. It's great with or without sugar, and if I do sweeten it, I prefer turbinado sugar. Highly recommend this tea if you like cherry flavors.