Time to break out your dancing shoes and grab an alluring partner, because one sip of Passionfruit Tango and you may find yourself spontaneously breaking out into... well, the Tango! The flavors of passionfruit and mango sparkle on the tongue, developing even more flavor as it cools. Pour a freshly brewed cup over ice and you'll have yourself a new favorite warm-weather treat! Floral, fruity and fun... this herbal blend has got it all. Makes 32 ounces.
INGREDIENT CHANGE: THIS TEA WILL HAVE PEACH PIECES (rather than apricot pieces) IN NEW LOTS!
Herbal Tea | No caffeine | Quart of water and refrigerate overnight.
blended with hibiscus, cinnamon, apple pieces, lemon grass, rose hips, raspberry leaves, natural passionfruit flavor, mango pieces, apricots & rose petals
Passion fruits are soft, fleshy fruits that come from the passion flower. Available in both purple and yellow varieties, they are round in shape with a soft, leathery skin. Inside the fruit, seeds float in juicy pockets which can be enjoyed raw, juiced, or within desserts like ice creams, cheesecakes, mochi, and more. The name passion fruit comes from the Passion of the Christ, as missionaries would often use the flowers’ unique features to explain their faith. We’ve taken things in a slightly different direction, leaning into the passion of the tango instead.
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Question: Is this anything like Passion Tango from teavana? If it is im sold!
Asked by Angel Kincaid
on November 17th, 2018
I have a 0.8 ounce sample bag of this tea. How much water should I use to cold brew this for iced tea? Is there a difference if I brew it as sun tea? Thank you!
Asked by Debra Starr
on June 4th, 2018
What is in this tea? Is there an camomile in it as I’m allergic?