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For people that like caffeine free tea, this is one of my favorites. My last purchase was $16.63 and now it's $7.22!

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FWIW for just a little more effort and up-front cost, that pays for itself over time and tastes much better, you can make such teas yourself with cut up pieces of whatever dried or fresh fruit you like, with dried hibiscus petals as the base (also known as Jamaican sorrel, available in large bags for $2-$3). You just add pieces of ginger, mango, cranberries, apricot, berries, apple, orange peel, etc., to hot water, let it steep for a few minutes, and you're done. Also works for ice tea, just takes a bit longer, but no longer than with store-bought bags.

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It's a pack of 6, for those wondering.
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Thanks OP. Been a while since I have had this but it is definitely tasty.
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I have tried this once in a farm and it was very good
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Have heard good reviews about this. Will try it for sure.
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Thank you.My wife's favorite tea! Got 3 offers!
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Nice! Many thanks, OP! The 3-pack is $11.85 even...

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FWIW for just a little more effort and up-front cost, that pays for itself over time and tastes much better, you can make such teas yourself with cut up pieces of whatever dried or fresh fruit you like, with dried hibiscus petals as the base (also known as Jamaican sorrel, available in large bags for $2-$3). You just add pieces of ginger, mango, cranberries, apricot, berries, apple, orange peel, etc., to hot water, let it steep for a few minutes, and you're done. Also works for ice tea, just takes a bit longer, but no longer than with store-bought bags.
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Thank you! Some raspberry refrigerator/sun tea would be so nice right now.
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These work well to flavor seltzer from a soda stream, or plain gelatin (with sweetner)
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How is this compared to Celestial Seasoning? Does it cold brew?
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This is my favorite tea! Thanks for posting. I haven't been able to find it at any of my local grocery stores.
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Raspberries are rich in vitamins, trace elements and secondary plant compounds and, as a result, they're said to have antibiotic, appetite-stimulating, diuretic and purgative properties
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love the tea. usually over $1.99 at stores for a single pack.
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