Hibiscus Key Lime Tea Bags
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The seductive flavors of the tropics emerge like a soft, warm breeze with every sip of this tangy hibiscus tea. Nigerian Hibiscus mingles with a squeeze of refreshing key lime, hints of lively rosehips and naturally sweet apples.
A donation of $1 from the sale of each tin will be donated to Action Against Hunger, a global nonprofit working to end hunger by creating sustainable food solutions and water sanitation services to communities faced with water scarcity. Learn more about Action Against Hunger.
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PREGNANCY AND LACTATION: Do not use during pregnancy or lactation without the advice of a healthcare practitioner.
This herbal blend is naturally caffeine-free. More about caffeine.
Steeping herbal tea is easy. Simply heat fresh, filtered water to a rolling boil. Then pour water over tea and steep for 5-7 minutes if using a tea bag or full-leaf.
Hibiscus (flower), rosehips (fruit), apple (fruit), stevia (leaf), lemon bits (fruit). Other Ingredients: Natural lime and lemon flavors
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What our Citizens are saying about this great gift of the leaf...
Hibiscus Key Lime
I got the 36 tin at the beginning of summer along with other Hibiscuis teas. This one is by far my favorite. The tartness of the lime and the floral Hibiscuis complement each other very well. Perfect summer tea. Beautiful color. I love it both hot and iced.
Loved the key lime, loved the color, loved the hibiscus, not so fond of the stevia. It had a aftertaste I could do without. I would love to try this without stevia.
I never sweeten this one, but I am a little disappointed it doesn't come with the option to sweeten to taste. I feel like it has enough clarity and lightness to stand on it's own and the lime doesn't turn the tea sour or bitter. Great fragrance, color, and taste.
Great except the stevia
I ought to love this tea. I love hibiscus tea, and I love lime. Also, it looks so pretty when its brewed--a clear deep red. It took me forever to figure out why I didn't love it, because it never occurred to me that they'd put stevia in it. Stevia may be natural, but it has that artificial sweetener taste to me and pretty much ruined the tea for me. If you ever want to make it without stevia, I'll probably drink it by the gallon.
Perfect Balance Tart/Sweet! Kids Love it 2!
This tea is so great hot or cold and has a nice tart sweet balance without being overpowering. It is my teen son's favorite. Very lovely with a touch of agave and little kids love it as well as adults. Also helps with that scratchy itchy allergy throat or when you have a sore throat because of the citrus. With fresh lemon lime or orange squeezed in and a touch of sweet added it is magnificent and elegant to serve guests who want a fruit herb tea.