Dreaming of palm trees and soft white sand? Escape to paradise with this tropical fruit infusion of pineapple, papaya, cranberry and hibiscus. Refreshing, juicy and slightly tart, it’s got all the vibrant, crowd-pleasing flavours of a perfect summer fruit punch. The only thing missing is a little paper umbrella…– David’s Tea
If Fruity Pebbles cereal was a tea . . . it would be this. And yet, I’m not mad about it. David’s Tea Caribbean Crush definitely nails the fruit flavor – apple, pineapple, and cranberry notes immediately flood you at first sip. Still, despite this mix of powerful flavors, they aren’t overly sweet nor do they leave any unpleasant aftertaste. Though I would be wary of pairing this tea with pastries, I still think this tea perfectly toes the line of “fruit flood” and “superficially sweet.” Consider your own tastes before picking up a cup.
Apple, Pineapple (pineapple, sugar), Papaya (papaya, sugar), Hibiscus, Cranberries, Artificial (strawberry, cream, red fruit) flavoring
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I had this iced a few weeks ago as a friend sent me a sample and enjoyed it more than I thought I would. Its really nice with coconut water