Ingredients & Lore
blended with rose hips, hibiscus, cranberries, natural forest berries flavor & blueberries
Bacchus is the Greco-Roman god of wine, fertility, orchards, festivity, insanity, and theatre. Frequently depicted in scenes of revelry with a cup in hand, he is often followed by wild animals, fellow party goers, grapes, and other produce. His name serves as the base for the term “bacchanal,” which is used to describe wild parties, but also as the base for the scientific term “baccate,” which refers both to berries and the plants that bear them. Interestingly, baccate can refer both to true berries and berries that are only berries in the culinary sense.
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How is the tea different from the hot tea
Asked by nancy cohen
on February 22nd, 2016
Can a pouch of iced tea, such as Berry Blast, be made as a hot tea instead?
Asked by Constance Korot
on December 20th, 2017
Do you do something to the tea so that it brews in cold water, or can any tea brew in cold water overnight?
Asked by A Teague
on May 12th, 2019
Do you have to remove the pouches after they steep overnight or can they stay in the pitcher?
Asked by Amy Hinson
on June 2nd, 2020
Does the tea have any sugar added?
Asked by Vernon Herath
on July 16th, 2020
How many grams (or ounces) in each pouch?
Asked by Tony Schwaller
on July 14th, 2020