Hibiscus Pineapple Lychee Tea Bags

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$11.00 - Tin - 36 Tea Bags #40444
$50.00 - Bulk - 250 Tea Bags #30644
$10.25 - Refill - 36 Tea Bags #42444

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.

Additional Details

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 Instructions

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


Citizen Reviews
  • 4.5 Star


5 Stars Yummy

from OH on wrote:

Well received by the whole family. Can't wait to try iced. Has a delicate taste . Definitely can taste the pineapple but it's not a strong flavor. They mingle well together. Think this is gonna be a favorite.

Bright, flavorful blend

5 Stars Bright, flavorful blend

from NH on wrote:

Excellent iced (4 bags per quart)! In the summer, I work at an outside farmstand. Instead of water or seltzer, I fill my insulated bottles with Pineapple Lychee iced tea for long shifts. Always refreshing and delicious, with a clean, light fruity finish.


5 Stars Refreshing

from CA on wrote:

I bought a tin of this lychee pineapple hibiscus tea to mix with the regular hibiscus tea (3:3 with a gallon of water) when making iced tea and it’s just wonderful! We drink it daily to help keep us hydrated. Just perfect!


4 Stars Refreshing

from FL on wrote:

It's very refreshing cold, during and after yard work!

Simply delicious

5 Stars Simply delicious

from FL on wrote:

I've decided I like pineapple the best of any fruity tea flavors. Since this one has no caffeine I can add a bag to a batch of ordinary iced green tea and it will give it just an extra hint of sweetness without making it too strong.