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Cranberry Orange Black Tea - Blend
Did you know that cranberries are one of only 3 fruits native to the United States and Canada? The other two are a variety of grape and the blueberry. Cranberries are harvested between September and October and were first planted commercially in Massachusetts in 1816 by a veteran of the Revolutionary War named Henry Hall. The piquant flavor profile of the cranberry perfectly balances the much sweeter character of orange - a magnificent blend. This one's perfect over ice! 

Cranberry Orange Black Tea - Blend

  • Cup Characteristics: Fresh oranges blend amazingly with the natural sweetness of fresh fall cranberries. This blend is unparalleled as an iced tea. Infusion: Bright and Coppery. Luxury Ingredients: Black tea, cranberry and orange pieces, plus natural flavors.
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