blood orange iced tea

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blood orange iced pouch
Premium herbal tea in cold-brew pouches. Simply place overnight in a pitcher of water. Awake to find a tea rich in flavor and aroma, at a price that's a fraction of the supermarket-bought teas. For quicker preparation, steep in hot water for five minutes and add ice. It contains an herbal mixture of blood orange peels, hibiscus flowers, and rose hips. Naturally caffeine-free, perfect any time of day. Makes 32 ounces.

This tea contains no caffeine | Simply place in a quart of water and refrigerate overnight.

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Ingredients & Lore

blended with orange, hibiscus, rose hips & natural orange flavor
Orange, a common fruit these days, has a long and questionable history. Many countries claim to be its birthplace, including China, India, Burma, and Malaysia. During the Middle Ages, the fruit traveled from Asia to Europe, then along with the conquistadors to the lands of the New World. In its new home, the orange plant became fruitful (so to speak) and multiplied. Today, the Americas are the largest orange producers in the world, with most production clustered around the areas of Sao Paulo in Brazil and Florida in the United States.

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is there a lot of caffeine in this tea ?
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Asked by steve tam
on July 21st, 2016

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