Big Chill, Organic

Juicy & Bursting  

Product Rating:
21¢

Blender's Notes:

This mouthwatering hibiscus mint blend is truly amazing made either hot or iced. It can also cold brew within just 10 minutes - made easy with Steep & Chill or Steep & Go. The tart hibiscus petals are sweetened with licorice root while peppermint adds a refreshing lift to this well-rounded, full-bodied brew. Naturally caffeine-free, the Big Chill offers a great way to stay hydrated any time of day!

Features:

  • Sample = 5 8-oz Servings
  • 1 LB Bulk = $0.25 / Serving
  • Hibiscus Mint Tea Blend
  • Naturally Caffeine-free
  • Gluten-free & Sugar-free

Ingredients: organic hibiscus, organic peppermint, organic licorice root

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Price: $46.50

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Steeping Guide
1 tsp
212°
6-7 mins.
Per 8 oz. water
Benefits
Reviews

Hibiscus Flowers

Natural source of antioxidants & Vitamin C

Licorice Root

Natural throat coat relieves spasmodic coughs, natural sweetener, strong anti-viral effect, may soothe an upset stomach, and antispasmodic in the colon. It may inhibit an enzyme in the brain that is involved in making stress-related hormones associated with age-related mental decline.

Peppermint

Mint is known to soothe upset stomachs and aid with digestion.

*These statements have not been approved by The US Food and Drug Administration. None of our teas are meant to treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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This makes such refreshing iced tea! Definitely give it a try cold brewed too, very easy and delicious—Kalen T.
This makes a great ice tea. Very refreshing.—Tea Lover
I had a hard time drinking this tea, cold or hot. I ended up giving it to a friend, maybe she will like it more than I did. I though it tasted like cough syrup—Monica
I’d heard of peppermint and liquorice being paired together, but not with hibiscus. The dominant smell and taste in this blend is definitely the hibiscus which has a tartness to it. The peppermint comes through as a middle note but it is quite subtle. This is all followed by the liquorice which leaves a slight aftertaste.—Tracy