Organic Pitaya Green SuperFruit Tea Bags
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SuperFruits are the best nature has to offer – celebrated for their juicy, delectable flavors as well as their nutritional properties. We have married real, organic fruit with fine China green tea, giving you a well-balanced cup and a multitude of benefits in the convenience of a round, natural tea bag.
Organic Tea with Pitaya Power
The cactus fruit, pitaya, is prolific in Central America and Asia. It is also known as dragon fruit because of the scaly skin that surrounds soft fruit and thousands of edible seeds. Sweet and apple-like with a light, tropical finish, this fruit is also known for its antioxidants. Paired with fine green tea, this cup is a refreshing treat for your taste buds and your body. Also nice served over ice.
FLAVOR PROFILE: APPLE, LYCHEE
Green tea contains less than a quarter the amount of caffeine per cup than in a similar-sized cup of coffee. More about caffeine.
Steeping green tea is easy. Simply heat fresh, filtered water just short of boiling. Then pour water over tea and steep for 1-3 minutes (if using a tea bag) or 2-4 minutes (if using full-leaf tea.)
Organic green tea, organic hibiscus, organic pitaya, natural pitaya flavor and natural lychee flavor
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What our Citizens are saying about this great gift of the leaf...
super fruit green tea with dragon fruit
on a whim i ordered the green tea with dragon fruit.....loved it ! first cup, un sweetened..2nd cup sweetened with sugar, 3rd cup sweetened with honey.....they were all delicious.....the next day brewed me a pot to ice ....it was delicious as well.....was dog sitting for a friend and took my can of "pillows" with me......left the can there for her to try........i think i have you a new customer, as i left her the newest catalogue...... only complaint-----too many choices not enough budget
I love this tea, fruity awesomeness. .
I have a cabinet full of teas from Republic. Literally 10 different flavors but mostly the get well collection. This was my first "fruit" tea since I do not prefer fruity tea. But it seems well balanced. Thumbs up!