Chill Out, Organic

Tart & Sweet  

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Blender's Notes:

Cold Infusions are organic single-serving cold brew tea packs that pair with Steep & Go to make fresh brewed tea on-the-go. Each pack makes up to 24 oz of tea. Simply cold brew for 10-15 minutes in chilled or room temperature water.

This mouthwatering 100% organic blend was specially formulated to cold brew with the Steep & Go in just ten minutes! Tart hibiscus petals are sweetened with licorice root, and peppermint leaves add a refreshing touch. Together these three simple ingredients create a well-rounded, full-bodied, truly refreshing brew. Because it’s naturally caffeine-free, Chill Out offers a pure way to rehydrate any time of day. You can enjoy this naturally sweet drink without feeling guilty about calories or sugar - just kick back and chill out!


  • Hibiscus Cold Brew Tea
  • 0.2 oz Tea / Pack
  • Naturally Caffeine-free
  • Gluten-free & Sugar-free
  • No flavorings, no preservatives

Ingredients: organic hibiscus, organic peppermint, organic licorice root

Alternatively, get a complete Cold Brew Kit with a Steep & Go filter and variety pack of Cold Infusions teas.

Price: $1.29

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Steeping Guide
2 tsp
Per 8 oz. water

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.


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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I really enjoyed this. I wasn't expecting quite so much peppermint when I first smelled it, but it mellowed out really well after steeping. While drinking it I noticed an almost creamy finish, but I'm not sure if that was because of the kind of water I was using or if it's the actual tea though.—Kirstie Kurtenbach