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Waterlilies Herbal Tea

$22.00

DUE TO HIGH DEMAND, THIS TEA IS SOLD OUT. 

The wise Tea Master Lao Cha loved fruits. Once after a long day of experimenting in search of the perfect blend of natural fruits and herbs, he decided to mix together apples, pineapple, orange peel, and hibiscus. 

He tried it. Drank it all. Brewed up some more. And finally went to sleep satisfied. 

 

Path of Cha's tisanes are low-calorie, caffeine-free, refreshing drinks for any time of the day. Made only from carefully matched flower petals, dried fruit, and berries, all tisanes contain high levels of minerals and vitamins, and most importantly, they simply taste and smell great! They are good to drink either hot or iced.

All our fruit tisanes are made without any added sugar. If you'd like your drink to be slightly sweeter, simply add a small amount of honey.


 

  • Ingredients: Apple, Hibiscus, Orange Peel, Pineapple
  • Tea Type: Tisane
  • Taste: A great, refreshing pineapple flavor
  • Caffeine level: Caffeine-free 
  

Brewing guidelines:

        212℉ / 100℃

1g per 60ml   3-5min

Customer Reviews

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Eve

What a lovely way to end my day —
pure satisfaction, all the aromas, and the taste: simply delicious. Thank you!

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David Michael White
Outstanding!

This tea is a very delicious mix of dried fruit that has a refreshing tropical taste and scent. It turns the water into a copper-red color and the fruity flavors soothes the mouth and throat. Outstanding tidane!

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Tracey Cherry
Interesting tropical tea

This is the most interesting tea out of the ones I've tried from Path of Cha's herbal blends. The Smell alone is tropical and delicious! The flavor itself was wonderful just not my favorite compared to other blend.

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Joy
delicious

Invigorating tea that is good for any time of the day. Quite satisfied with my purchase.

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Anata
love.

Second time getting this tea. I first got it during the summer and only tried making it iced which I really loved. Now that it's getting a little chillier I decided to make it hot since I didn't want to drink any of my other teas before bed. Might be that I was used to the iced tea but making it hot brought out new tastes forward. The orange peel was more noticeable but overall the tea also became more sour from the hibiscus. I'm guessing the hot water brought out everything more rather than when I made it iced. I'm really liking this stronger taste of the orange peel though.