Hibiscus Pineapple Lychee Tea Bags
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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.
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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), apples (fruit), stevia (leaf) pineapple bits (fruit). Other Ingredients: Natural pineapple and lychee flavors
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What our Citizens are saying about this great gift of the leaf...
This is a delicious tea and lives up to all of the reviews. Many thanks!
I keep this in my office to stave off cravings for sweets, it works wonderfully. The hibiscus perks up the sweetness of the pineapple and makes this tea ideal. I'm on my 3rd or 4th tin and will keep on buying it... definitely a favorite.
My favorite drink in the world!!
This is by far the most delicious tea on the planet!! Honestly i LOVE every single republic of tea flavor ive tried but their lychee pineapple hibiscus is beyond awesome! Im going to order their strawberry hibiscus next! ! Ive learned to order in BULK, as we go through way too much of it in the tins.....we love it iced!!!
So refreshing!.. I Love this iced!
Even though Panera's Tropical Hibiscus has the same ingredients as this one, it is not the same. I have been experimenting and trying to perfect it! I used 4 bags of the regular hibiscus and 1 bag of the pineapple hibiscus for one gallon, and I have to say...it's pretty dang close!!! Please try it!