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Take Me to the Tropics Organic Herbal Tea

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Mango

The mango is a juicy stone fruit that is native to Asia and grown in the tropics. Mangos have a sweet, luscious unique flavor that blends very well with other fruits. The antioxidant properties of this fruit may protect against breast, colon and prostate cancers, as well as enhancing digestion and a healthy sex drive.
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Osmanthus

Osmanthus is a flower from the osmanthus shrubs and native to Eastern Asia. The flowers give off a strong, rich, sweet and buttery fragrance. Osmanthus has a peachy and floral flavor. It is high in poly phenol compounds which may help slow the aging process, improve the skin and detoxify the body.
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Safflower

Safflower is a thistle-like annual plant that produces a tall flower in either yellow, red or orange. It is one of the oldest crops and dates back to the Egyptian times. The Safflower aroma is sweet, chocolaty and slightly pungent. It tastes mild, neutral and slightly bitter. Many believe safflower may help protect the body against cardiovascular disease.

DESCRIPTION

Infusing bright pineapple, papaya, oranges, and mango, Take Me to the Tropics Organic Herbal Tea is an original blend featuring the sweetness of the African Honeybush with tropical coconut and citrus fruits.  This organic iced tea is perfect as a healthy beverage alternative to sugary juices. Take it to the gym, pour it for the kids, or sit back and relax with a tall glass on ice.

TASTING NOTES

Sweet exotic pineapples, mango and papaya flavor with slight tartness and floral hints

INGREDIENTS

Ingredients: Honeybush*, Organic Flavor*, Pineapples*, Coconuts*, Mangos*, Goji Berries*, Osmanthus*, Cornflower*, Calendula*, Safflower*, *Certified Organic

Caffeine

No Caffeine

Who Grew Your Tea?

China leads the world when it comes to the production of tea.The tea industry accounts for more than 1 million tons of tea harvested annually and employs more than 80 million people. When Fraser Tea founders sought to source its...

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Brewing Method

1 tsp/sachet

205°F

5 min

2 tsp/sachets
for iced tea

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