• Herbal Blends Tlaquepaque Strawberry Garden
  • Herbal Blends Tlaquepaque Strawberry Garden

Tlaquepaque Strawberry Garden

Caffeine-free HIBISCUS-STRAWBERRY FRUIT BLEND also contains elderberries, apple pieces, black current, freeze-dried blackberry & strawberry, raspberry pieces, and strawberry leaves.
Article number:
H0D22866-Pack-3oz
Delivery time:
Delivery approx 2-4 days
Availability:
In stock (6)
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$13.00
Excl. tax

     Tlaqquepaque Strawberry Garden Herbal - Sedona Arizona's Full-Leaf Tea Store     
This caffeine-free HIBISCUS-STRAWBERRY FRUIT BLEND also contains elderberries, apple pieces, black current, freeze-dried blackberry, strawberry, raspberry pieces, and strawberry leaves.  Only a slight hibiscus tang, followed by a very prominent strawberry jaminess and natural sweetness (no added sweetener).  Hibiscus flowers are rich in vitamins, minerals, and amino acids, and is excellent for boosting the immune system and fighting off infections.  The antioxidants found in hibiscus tea are often compared to those in red wine and have been noted for their positive effects on cardiac health including lowering cholesterol.
 
AVAILABLE AS: 1 LB BulkPack,   3 OZ Package,   4 OZ Tin
Package size is 3 ounces of full leaf tea, which yields approximately 37-38 first cups. Tin size is 4 ounces which yields about 50 first cups. Bulk one pound is available for about 200 cups.
 
BREWING: Full teaspoon for every 8 oz of boiling 212°F fresh water.  Steep for 5-10 minutes or longer to desired taste.
     Trailhead Tea:   Sedona & Northern Arizona's Full-Leaf Tea Department Store     
 
Want to know more ?
Tlaquepaque - We call it the other “T” place in Sedona:
Simply one of the coolest locations in town.  A place to find one-of-a-kind artisan style shops, a few of our favorite restaurants, a great place for a wedding, a venue for some of Sedona’s best annual events, and just a place to walk among the trees, flowers, stone paths, and fountains. It was imagined and built by a developer in the 1970s who loved Sedona and Mexico equally.  It is influenced by the actual village of the same name on the outskirts of Guadalajara. Tlaquepaque is a word from the Nahuatl Native Indian language, the ancient language of the Aztecs meaning the “best of everything.”  Check it out, and we are just down the block:  https://www.tlaq.com
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