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Casablanca

Fruit Tea

"Drink it again, Sam." One cup of Casablanca and you're sure to be back for more. This colorful fruit tea is an addictive combination of berries and tropical fruits. Sweet kiwi, tangy raspberry, tart hibiscus, and fresh strawberry mingle in this caffeine-free blend. A sprinkle of dainty rose petals, sunny safflower and blue conflower makes Casablanca an alluringly beautiful tea.

$3.00


About This Tea

Ingredients

Elderberry, Apple, Rosehip, Passion fruit, Kiwi, Raspberry, Strawberry, Hibiscus, Rose, Sunflower & Cornflower petals, Natural flavors

Taste

Exotic berry flavor profile, with notes of Raspberry and Strawberry in the fore.

Infusion

Deep Red

Caffeine Level

Caffeine Free

Brewing Guide

Makes a great iced tea. Read our iced tea brewing guide.


Water

8oz

Temperature

212°

Leaves

2 tsp

Time

7 min

Customer Reviews

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Linda Perras
Juicy Fruit Flavor

Casablanca is fruitful and lively and works wonderfully by itself but I will often add it to some green, black or chamomile to create my own custom blend! Love it!

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Sandra Engelbrecht
Makes great iced tea!

Love this tea for iced tea. The fruit flavors come through and it is very refreshing. I boil water in a big pot then add my tea leaves in an extra large fold over bag. Steep for a few minutes, cool to room temperature, then refrigerate.

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Patricia Boysen
Not Quite What I Expected

This tea had a little different aroma and taste to what I anticipated but it is still a good tea. With all the fruits it's a bit light for my taste but when add with come pomegranate/ cranberry or English Evening, it's quite nice.

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Sharon Hammer
Refreshing!

One of my favorites for iced tea. Bright, fruity and refreshing iced tea.

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Elena
Too fruity for me

This was given to me as a gift. I am not a huge fan of overly fruity teas so Casablanca was a little too much for me. I wanted to love it but it's almost too flavorful, and I found raspberry to be the overwhelming note.