Luscious pineapple and delicately sweet lychee - a small, round, creamy white fruit native to China - both sing with the flavors of warm Asian islands. They harmonize beautifully with the natural flavor of Nigerian hibiscus.
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), apples (fruit), stevia (leaf) pineapple bits (fruit). Other Ingredients: Natural pineapple and lychee flavors
Country of Origin
What our Citizens are saying about this great gift of the leaf...
September 06, 2013
South Hadley, MA
A review written above said it was the same tea as served in Panera Bread, but it isn't...not even close. Since I love the tropical hibiscus tea there so much, I ordered a canister plus a refill, based on the review above. I spoke with someone in customer service and she said the blend that is in the Panera Bread restaurants is made exclusively for Panera Bread, and the pineapple lychee here is the closest thing to Panera's. To me, this one tastes too flowery, almost perfumy. I won't purchase this one again, but I will try another hibiscus blend.
July 01, 2013
sacramento , CA
This tea is soo yummy. It is the same one that Panera bread uses and I cannot get enough. Thank you!!!
June 14, 2013
I love the pineapple and the hibiscus. It's a very nice summer blend.
A Little Biased - Doesn't Need Stevia
April 28, 2013
I love the pineapple lychee part -- what sours me on this particular tea is the Stevia. It isn't listed as a Sweet Tea, so to have some the adds more sweet to it (especially since Stevia tastes off to me) is not good. However, if RoT were to make a Stevia-less version, I think it would be a summer iced tea staple for me.
A bit disappointed...
April 12, 2013
I couldn't resist ordering this flavor combo, especially for iced tea. I ordered a tin of this as well as a tin of the hibiscus only tea. I fell in love with the straight hibiscus -- delicious hot and iced, and very flavorful! Unfortunately I was disappointed with THIS tea -- the aroma is only vaguely that of hibiscus, and the flavor did not impart any of the slightly tart tropical flavors I was expecting. I guess I'll be mixing this with the stronger hibiscus only tea, since I tend to go through a lot of teabags making pitchers of iced tea.