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    Art of Tea Green Pomegranate 2QT Iced Tea Pouches

    Photo: Art of Tea Country of Origin: not listed Leaf Appearance: small, dark green Ingredients: Organic Green Tea, Organic Rosehips, Organic Raspberries, Natural Flavors Steep time: 8 hours Water Temperature: cold Preparation Method: Takeya Flash Chill Iced Tea Maker Liquor: greenish gold +Art of Tea‘s iced tea pouches were a lifesaver for me this summer and I’m still enjoying them into the fall. Being able to cold infuse the tea without any mess or hassle is fantastic. This particular blend was vegetal yet sweet and fruity. It didn’t exactly taste like pomegranate but it will still very tasty. There was a pleasant tartness to the finish but I did not find it bitter at…

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    Art of Tea Hibiscus Cooler 2QT Iced Tea Pouches

    Country of Origin: not listed Leaf Appearance: Ingredients: Organic Hibiscus, Organic Guayusa, Organic Lemongrass, Organic Stevia Leaves, Natural Flavors Steep time: 8 hours Water Temperature: cold Preparation Method: Takeya Flash Chill Iced Tea Maker Liquor: deep pinkish red I am generally not a big fan of hibiscus so I wasn’t sure if I would enjoy this particular blend. Thankful it was much more enjoyable than most other hibiscus teas that I have tried. I cold infused it for this review but you could also easily prepare it with hot water and then chilling it. The color was a fabulous shade of pinkish red that looked more like a cocktail than iced tea. It was…

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    Art of Tea Summer Peach 2QT Iced Tea Pouches

    Country of Origin: not listed Leaf Appearance: small, dark Ingredients: Organic black tea, organic marigolds, natural flavors Steep time: 4 minutes Water Temperature: 212 degrees Preparation Method: Takeya Flash Chill Iced Tea Maker Liquor: reddish brown Out of all of the +Art of Tea ice tea pouches that I have been reviewing lately, this is probably the one that I had been looking forward to the most. What could be more summery than a tall glass of peach iced tea on a hot day? I’ve been cold brewing most of these but figured that I could go with traditional hot steeping for this one. The black tea base was bright and crisp with just the right…