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Aloha Citrus

A tropical blend of black tea with pineapple, lemongrass, orange peel & coconut flakes.

Tasting Notes

Rich, floral, tropical.

Region Multi-Region Blend
Latin America Africa Arabia Asia Pacific
$5.95
2-4oz
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  • How to Brew
  • Herbal Tea
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For Best Brewing

  1. Use one heaping teaspoon of loose leaves per 8 fl oz of 215° water.
  2. Let it steep for 5 minutes. Wait patiently for perfection.

Herbal teas are not actually true teas as they contain none of the Camellia sinensis leaf. Instead, herbal teas often include leaves, flowers, roots, peels, berries and spices.

A BLEND OF BLACK TEAS, CANDIED PINEAPPLE PIECES (PINEAPPLE, SUGAR, CITRIC ACID), COCONUT PIECES, ORANGE PEEL, LEMONGRASS, ROSE HIPS, APPLE PIECES, NATURAL FLAVORS, LEMON BALM, BLACKBERRY LEAVES, LICORICE ROOT.

If ice is your preference, consider the Persians. By 400 B.C., they had devised a way to store ice in the middle of summer in the desert using primitive underground refrigerators called yakhchals, or "ice pits."

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Sweet pineapple hosts an afternoon luau on a secret black tea beach. Orange peel arrives fashionably early to pop up a bright umbrella in the lemongrass dunes and collect the white coconut flakes scattered along the shoreline.

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Lovely tea.... I really enjoy this tea in the evenings especially after a hectic day at work. It has a wonderful aroma and delicate flavor. With the cooler weather, I love having a warm mug to wrap my fingers around while the scents from the ingredients make me think of much warmer climates and relax. November 13, 2013
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