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.
This tea contains no caffeine | Steep at 212° for 5-10 minutes.
blended with hibiscus, cinnamon bark, apple pieces, lemon grass, rose hips, raspberry leaves, natural passionfruit flavor, mango pieces, apricots & rose petals
The passion fruit is so called because it is one of the many species of passion flower. Around 1700, the name was given by missionaries in Brazil while using the flower as an educational aid, trying to convert the indigenous inhabitants to Christianity and illustrate the crucifixion of Christ (i.e. the crown of thorns). The three day life-span of the flower also mirrored the three days before the resurrection of Jesus, on what we now call Easter.
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