Raspberry Quince Black Tea Bags

Raspberry Quince Black Tea Bags
Raspberry Quince Black Tea Bags

Celebrate the Day Tea - Quince is an ancient apple-like fruit, famous for its flowery perfume & vanilla-pineapple notes. Tart hibiscus & juicy raspberry flavors are added to brew a sweet cup.

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Sugar Free Tea carb tea

Caffeine:

Black Tea has less than half the amount of caffeine per cup than in a similar-sized cup of coffee. More about caffeine.

Steeping Instructions

Steeping black tea is easy. Simply heat fresh, filtered water to a rolling boil. Then pour water over tea and steep for 3-5 minutes if using a tea bag or full-leaf.

Ingredients

Fine black tea blended with hibiscus, natural raspberry flavor, quince, sunflowers and peony flowers

Calories

0

Country of Origin

Worldwide

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What our Citizens are saying about this great gift of the leaf...

4 Stars

this was my first experience with raspberry quince tea June 09, 2014

Kari

Outlook, WA

This one caught me off guard! I was not expecting the floral along with the berry, it almost reminds me of the aroma of roses in the air! After my first glass of iced tea it quickly went to my top 5 list and I will definitely be ordering this one again!

5 Stars

My Longtime Friend June 02, 2014

Deborah

Philadelphia, PA

This was my first tea from the Republic of Tea. I had it as Iced Tea first and fell in love with crisp fruitiness. Then I tried it hot and love it that way too. Even though I have branched out to many different flavors, this is my favorite.

5 Stars

Always order this May 14, 2014

Susan

Philadelphia, PA

Definitely one of my favorites. No matter what I want to try, this one is always on my list. Bold and tasteful.

5 Stars

Raspberry Quince Black Tea Bags May 09, 2014

Marina

Louisville, KY

It is my favorite tea! I love it!

5 Stars

A House Favorite March 15, 2014

Nayla

Highland Park, NJ

Our family's second favorite, 'staple' tea. Raspberry Quince is rich and fruity and holds up to being chilled for iced tea. Excellent served as a dessert tea, though you wouldn't want to add dairy.
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