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Casablanca

Fruit and Herb Tea


Country of Origin: Blend of various dried fruits and herbs from Canada, USA, Thailand, Spain
Cup Characteristics: Discover fruity hints of raspberry and strawberry foremost. Exotic components add depth and mystery to the cup.
Infusion:Tending pinkish-red
Ingredients:Natural dried apple pieces, Hibiscus, Rosehip, Elderberries, Maracuja pieces, Sunflower petals, Passion flowers, Rose petals, Raspberry pieces, Strawberry pieces, Kiwi pieces, Cornflower petals, Natural flavors.

Herb and fruit tea in some circles is considered a new type of tea. We formulated this blend to accommodate tastes of people who wanted to experience a refreshing healthy new style drink without caffeine. What we got was a terrific ‘tea’ that is unbelievably delicious and enjoyed hot or cold! This tea has a very exotic flavor profile. The delicious blend of fruit and raspberry flavors combined with the natural flavors and tartness of the various dried fruits create a summertime cooler or a wintertime summer reminder.

This tea has a flavor that is a melody of fruits. Some of the fruits are exotic and others have a definite North American flavor. Think of a Saturday market where the fresh smells of various fruits tantalizingly blend in the air. This tea has notes of raspberry that come to the foreground.

For a summer time drink Casablanca iced is hard to beat. It is refreshing and thirst quenching and not overly sweet. For formal times garnish the glass with a strawberry and a sprig of mint - for non-formal times pour it into your glass and enjoy it gulp after gulp! If you have small children use the Casablanca tea to make popsicles - they taste great and contain very little sugar.

By virtue of the fact that these blends do not contain any tea and are a special blend of fruits and herbs - they arecaffeine free! An additional benefit is that these ‘teas’ contain Vitamin C. What could be better - a healthy drink that tastes GREAT!

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