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A box of these teabags were gifted to me from a coworker because she said it gave her heartburn. I love hibiscus, so needless to say, I’ve already almost used up the remaining teabags.

I drop three teabags in one liter of water and let it coldbrew overnight, no sweeteners. Makes an incredibly thirst-quenching brew that I go through quickly. Tastes like hibiscus, haters need not apply. The lemongrass is also quite distinct in flavor, though, adding a citrus sharpness that goes well with the fruity notes of the hibiscus. Definitely leans strongly into the herbaceous nature of lemongrass than a really pithy or bright lemon flavor. I don’t taste the licorice root at all, and suppose it is only there to provide some sweetness since few people can handle hibiscus at the levels I drink it. It definitely doesn’t have that particular “sticky-sweet” note of licorice root, though.

Flavors: Citrus, Fruity, Herbaceous, Hibiscus, Lemon, Lemongrass, Pleasantly Sour, Tangy, Tart

Iced 8 min or more 3 tsp 32 OZ / 946 ML

Sounds like this one hit your sweet (er, sour?) spot!

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Been making a cup of this in the morning for the past several days. I think this is a really nice boxed chai. The spices aren’t weak, unlike many teabag Chai teas. Most day’s I’ve been adding a little bit of pumpkin spice coffee creamer to it. I’ve just been trying to use it up and it’s a nice combo but this chai with just a little bit of milk is really good as well.

Flavors: Spices


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