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Heath & Heather Echinacea & Cranberry 20 Tea Bags (Best By May 2020)
Heath & Heather Echinacea & Cranberry Tea (20 Tea Bags)
Our Price: $5.95
Best By May 2020
Contents: 20 Tea Bags With String & Tag

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Heather & Heather Organic Echinacea & Cranberry Tea in a Box of 20 Tea Bags
Beginning with the best Echinacea, Heath & Heather's expert blenders add Cranberries for a tea with a unique flavor.

Heath & Heather Tea is part of the Typhoo Tea Company. All Heath & Heather Teas are made in England, under care of the company's master tea blender. You can be assured of the highest quality.

Each Heath & Heather Tea Bags comes with a string and tag so you can take a few wherever you go.

To Make Perfect Cup of Heath & Heather
Always fill your kettle with fresh, cold water every time you make tea. If you use previously boiled water, all the oxygen in the water will be gone by the time it boils a second time. The oxygen in the water is necessary to bring out the full flavor in a cup of tea.

First, bring the water to a rolling boil. Then, pour water in a mug over the tea bag. Heath & Heather recommends using 1 tea bag per cup. Allow tea to steep for 5 minutes and remove the tea bag. Sweeten to taste. Since this is an herbal tea, it is best not to add milk.
Apple Pomace, Hibiscus, Apple, Echinacea Root (5%), Malic Acid, Rosehip, Orange Peel, Echinacea Herb (1%), Cranberry Pieces (1%), Maltodextrin, Strawberry Flavoring, Cranberry Flavoring (.3%) and Blackberry Flavoring.

Apple pomace is the pulpy material that remains when you squeeze and press the juice out of an apple. It normally comprises skin, pulp, seed and stem remnants. There are several uses for apple pomace.

A carbohydrate made from corn starch, maltodextrin is a commonly used food additive. It is used in tea to help move the tea in water.

Citric acid is naturally occurring. It is a natural preservative. Typically, citric acid is taken from the juice of fruit. It is often used to give a sour flavor to foods. It also helps the stability of teas.

Average Customer Review: 3 of 5 Total Reviews: 2 Write a review.

  1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
Tart but Tasty December 2, 2015
Reviewer: Cindy Anderson from Fayetteville, TN United States  
I bought this tea after being told of the medicinal qualities of Echinacea with regards to the common cold.  While I cannot vouch for the ability of this tea to thwart the dreaded cold and offer a quick cure, I can attest to its ability to offer comfort when under the weather.  The color is lovely and the taste, while tart, is still pleasant.  I add local honey to this tea and enjoy it even when I do not have a cold.

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  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
Echinacea is not very tastey! January 6, 2014
Reviewer: Kimberly Conrad from Indianapolis, IN United States  
I hope the Echinacea works medicinally because this tastes like dirt. I love so many other flavors from this company but this one is not a winner.

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