White Hibiscus with Lime and Ginger

Tea type
Herbal Tea
Ingredients
Cinnamon, Citrus Peel, Cloves, Ginger, Hibiscus, Licorice Root, Natural Lime Flavor, Organic Dried Lime
Flavors
Cinnamon, Citrus Zest, Clove, Ginger, Licorice, Lime, Tangy
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Caffeine
Caffeine Free
Certification
Kosher
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  • “Did you ever see the Peanuts cartoon where Charlie Brown is sitting under a tree in autumn and “Whump!” all the leaves fall off at once on top of him? Our leaves whumped today, so I’ve been outside...” Read full tasting note
  • “If Twinings wanted to reach the crowd that says ‘idgaf about health benefits, give me something that tastes good’, they might have luck renaming this Ginger Spice Mojito. And in this moment, I...” Read full tasting note
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Lime & Ginger Flavoured Herbal Tea with White Hibiscus

Caffeine-free

Recharge with the spiced lime flavour of this wonderfully refreshing herbal tea.
What does it taste like? In this modern twist on our classic Lemon & Ginger tea, we blend together ginger, liquorice root, white hibiscus, cinnamon, lime peel, cloves and natural lime flavour to craft a fresh, uplifting tea where the spice is not too overpowering and the lime is just right. Enjoy this tea in moderation as part of a varied and balanced diet and to support a healthy immune system and a healthy lifestyle.

More about the ingredients:

Ginger: Ginger, with its warm, aromatic qualities, is one of the world’s best-loved ingredients, used in food and drink across continents, and is considered in Chinese and Ayurvedic traditions to be helpful in boosting the immune system.

Lime: The flavour of lime, with its zingy-sweet taste, makes this bright green fruit popular in food and drinks across the world.

White Hibiscus: This plant, with its famously beautiful flowers, is found in herbal teas around the world and is thought to help support the immune system.

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Did you ever see the Peanuts cartoon where Charlie Brown is sitting under a tree in autumn and “Whump!” all the leaves fall off at once on top of him? Our leaves whumped today, so I’ve been outside for Round 1 of mower mulching. (Round 2 is pending. We’re downhill from the neighbors. Their tree will whump soon.)

Anyway, despite the physical activity, it’s bitter and windy outside and this little concoction is warming me up inside out (thanks, derk!) I approached it very cautiously because of the hibiscus labeling, but the ginger and lime are the standouts here. Freshly grated ginger, not the spice rack kind, and the licorice is judiciously placed to soften the other flavors, not to goo them up.

I’m amazed that a tea laced with both of my kryptonites (hibi and licorice) is going down so quickly. Cup’s already half gone!

Lexie Aleah

White hibiscus doesn’t seem to have the same sour quality that regular hibiscus does I’ve noticed. Also your Charlie Brown reference made me smile. :)

gmathis

We’ve got “A Peanuts Thanksgiving” queued up and ready to go next week. Some things you just never outgrow.

Lexie Aleah

That sounds like fun! I did the Charlie Brown theme song once for a piano recital when I was a kid.

mrmopar

Been working on mine for about a month now.

gmathis

We got a new toy this week—a battery-operated leaf blower that’s small enough for me to handle. Talk about a game changer!

Evol Ving Ness

Is that the one that blows and mulches?

gmathis

No, this is a little handheld doo-jobber that doesn’t feel much more heavy than a blow dryer. We just use our lawn mower to make the leaf hash.

Evol Ving Ness

Thanks, gmathis. I’ve been considering the blow and mulch one. To reduce purchase of lawn waste bags if nothing else.

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If Twinings wanted to reach the crowd that says ‘idgaf about health benefits, give me something that tastes good’, they might have luck renaming this

Ginger Spice Mojito.

And in this moment, I realize mojitos have spearmint, this does not. It however tastes remarkably like a mojito.

Licorice is the second ingredient — Don’t be fooled! It gives that slight hint of syrupy taste and body like I’d get in a mojito. The lime and ginger are well balanced, the clove and cinnamon are perfect touches. White hibiscus? Has anybody here had it before? Maybe it provides some tangy tart? Twinings call this uplifting and I agree!

I did a thing and took the last bag from the tea drawer. And I don’t regret doing it.

Flavors: Cinnamon, Citrus Zest, Clove, Ginger, Licorice, Lime, Tangy

gmathis

That’s not one I’ve seen before. I don’t normally associate Twinings with anything that far … out there …

Todd

Ooh, gotta be on the lookout for this one!

Mastress Alita

I’m pretty sure that is the tea you bought in Manzanita from the corner store, Todd. As I recalled, you did like it… did you take the box home? It may be in your cupboard already…

Todd

Oh right, now I remember. It was good. I don’t think I took it home… I definitely don’t have it now.

Lexie Aleah

I think several of the teas in this lineup use white hibiscus. I’ve been eyeing some of these teas as well. I feel like I remember on Steepster people saying that white hibiscus was usually milder in tartness than regular hibiscus.

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