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Lemon Mango

Fruit and Herb Tea


Country of Origin: Blend of various dried fruits and herbs from Canada, USA, Thailand, Spain
Cup Characteristics: Refreshing character of lemon and sweet tropical notes of mango.
Infusion:Tending pinkish
Ingredients:Natural dried apple pieces, Hibiscus, Rosehip, 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 lemon and strawberry flavors combined with the natural flavors and tartness of the various dried fruits create a summertime cooler or a wintertime summer reminder.

Lemon mango was inspired by the refreshing character of lemon and the sweet tropical notes of mango. It is a delightful combination. Add some sugar to highlight the flavors - you will be rewarded with a cup of enchantment. [This tea iced is simply wonderful - one of our favorites!]

For a summer time drink Lemon Mango 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 Lemon Mango 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 are caffeine free! An additional benefit is that these ‘teas’ contain Vitamin C. What could be better - a healthy drink that tastes GREAT!

Serving tip: Add a few pieces of cinnamon for a ‘round the fireplace’ herbal drink. Add a touch of sugar and let the wilds of the outdoors roar in their fury while you contemplate life staring into the dancing flames..

To order call 1-800-729-7148

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