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Sangria Herbal Tea - Loose Leaf

Sangria Herbal Tea - Loose Leaf
SKU: TOLSLL_SANGRIA
MPN: TOLSLL_SANGRIA
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    The Roman Empire is responsible for a great deal of things still widely enjoyed to this day, bridges. roads. sangria. Sangria? Sic amica mea. (That means "yes, my friend" in Latin.) It is believed the ancient Romans inadvertently invented Sangria through the practice of adding wine to water to disinfect drinking water as they expanded their territory. Fruit was probably added later, as a way of masking the flavor of wine that may have soured during their long voyages of discovery.

    As time marched on, Sangria came to be known as the de facto beverage of Spain and Portugal. To this day, the mixture of wine and fruit is so popular the European Union set an official definition of the drink, to ensure people get what they paid for. According to EU law, Sangria is: a drink obtained from wine, aromatized with the addition of natural citrus-fruit extracts or essences, with or without the juice of such fruit and with the possible addition of spices.

    Delicious. We fell in love with Sangria over tapas in Seville en route to Egypt during one of our herb-buying missions. Naturally, once we'd secured the herbs we were looking for; we decided to incorporate them into a blend commemorating the experience. The resulting herbal tea, Sangria, blends Egyptian hibiscus blended with apple, rosehips and rich red slices of beets, for a warm, deep red, winy character. From ancient Rome to your teapot, Sangria has quite the tale to tell.

    How to Make Tea

    Caffeine content:None - Caffeine Free Herb and Fruit

    Antioxidant Content: Low. The longer you steep your tea the more polyphenols will be extracted. (Test results based on 5 minutes steeping time. Polyphenol percentages may fluctuate with lot, grade of tea, testing method, temperature of water and freshness of tea). More antioxidants are extracted from tea (L. Camellia Sinesis) the longer it is brewed. And the more tea is used, the greater the antioxidant benefit.

    Ingredients: Apple + Hibiscus + Rosehip + Beet pieces.

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    Clearance Non-Clearance
    Country Of Origin China
    Season Christmas
    Size 4oz
    Product Type Loose Leaf Tea
    Dietary Options Herbal
    Type Fruit Flavored Tea
    Type Herbal Tea
    Left Overlay Image cg-new-prod2.png
    Brand English Tea Store

The Roman Empire is responsible for a great deal of things still widely enjoyed to this day, bridges. roads. sangria. Sangria? Sic amica mea. (That means "yes, my friend" in Latin.) It is believed the ancient Romans inadvertently invented Sangria through the practice of adding wine to water to disinfect drinking water as they expanded their territory. Fruit was probably added later, as a way of masking the flavor of wine that may have soured during their long voyages of discovery.

As time marched on, Sangria came to be known as the de facto beverage of Spain and Portugal. To this day, the mixture of wine and fruit is so popular the European Union set an official definition of the drink, to ensure people get what they paid for. According to EU law, Sangria is: a drink obtained from wine, aromatized with the addition of natural citrus-fruit extracts or essences, with or without the juice of such fruit and with the possible addition of spices.

Delicious. We fell in love with Sangria over tapas in Seville en route to Egypt during one of our herb-buying missions. Naturally, once we'd secured the herbs we were looking for; we decided to incorporate them into a blend commemorating the experience. The resulting herbal tea, Sangria, blends Egyptian hibiscus blended with apple, rosehips and rich red slices of beets, for a warm, deep red, winy character. From ancient Rome to your teapot, Sangria has quite the tale to tell.

How to Make Tea

Caffeine content:None - Caffeine Free Herb and Fruit

Antioxidant Content: Low. The longer you steep your tea the more polyphenols will be extracted. (Test results based on 5 minutes steeping time. Polyphenol percentages may fluctuate with lot, grade of tea, testing method, temperature of water and freshness of tea). More antioxidants are extracted from tea (L. Camellia Sinesis) the longer it is brewed. And the more tea is used, the greater the antioxidant benefit.

Ingredients: Apple + Hibiscus + Rosehip + Beet pieces.

Clearance Non-Clearance
Country Of Origin China
Season Christmas
Size 4oz
Product Type Loose Leaf Tea
Dietary Options Herbal
Type Fruit Flavored Tea
Type Herbal Tea
Left Overlay Image cg-new-prod2.png
Brand English Tea Store

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