Hibiscus Sangria Large Iced Tea Pouches
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A Ruby Refresher – Inspired by the traditional Spanish sangria, this delightful caffeine-free herbal blend infuses tangy, premium Nigerian hibiscus flowers with a bounty of fruit. Add ice and fresh, sliced fruit to create a ruby-hued, full-bodied refresher that will please any crowd.
Each of the eight, large, unbleached tea pouches are perfectly portioned for making it easy to brew healthy, premium iced tea at home.
Our Large Iced Tea Pouch collection won Design Gallery People's Choice Award 2013.
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This herbal blend is naturally caffeine-free. More about caffeine.
STEEPING INSTRUCTIONS:Fill a kettle with a quart of fresh water and heat to a rolling boil. Place one tea pouch in a heat-safe pitcher and pour in the hot water. Steep for 5-7 minutes and remove pouch. Let cool and serve over ice. After steeping, add the used pouches to compost or soil - they make gardens happy.
Hibiscus, apple bits, sweet blackberry leaves, orange peel, natural orange, lemon, lime and strawberry flavors
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What our Citizens are saying about this great gift of the leaf...
Delicious and Refreshing!
I have tried a lot of herbal iced teas. This one ranks among the best. Sweetened properly with a little lemon juice it is very refreshing and flavorful!
Wonderful hot or cold
I love this tea whether it is hot or colf. It tastes great
I got this as a free sample and fell in love! Perfect for those warmer days and it tastes amazing over ice and lightly sweetened. Will be buying this from now on as my go-to iced tea.
I got a sample of this tea and finally for around to making it. I liked it a lot, it was very refreshing! I split it with my husband, he needed to stir some sugar into his. If you like sweeter tea you might need sugar or another sweetener added, but overall it's pretty good!
As a rule, I don't normally like the bitterness of regular hibiscus teas (e.g., although I know they are quite beneficial for those of use with hypertension, including myself), I find that the Hibiscus Sangria tea (e.g., especially iced as opposed to hot) is very refreshing, particularly with the addition of raspberry, which cuts down the sharp taste of the hibiscus.