Savoring the Experience:
This tropical fruity blend is not only a warming treat when hot, but it makes for a refreshing and revitalizing glass when iced. When preparing iced tea, steep as usual. You may add sweetener of choice while you steep or enjoy as is. Pour strained tea over ice for a cold and refreshing treat. In our opinion, the smoothest flavor is achieved when you cold brew the infusion in a pitcher overnight in the fridge. Cool down this summer with a delicious glass of this hibiscus delight.
Apple Pieces, Cherries, Kiwi, Hibiscus, Cranberries, Rose Hips, Pineapple Cubes, Coconut, Flavor
- 1.5 tsp Per Cup
- 4-8 Minutes
Kiwis were originally called the Chinese gooseberry until it ended up in New Zealand sometime in the 1900s. At this point it was given a new name, most likely for marketing purposes, “kiwifruit.”