I typically enjoy my tea very sweet, and when I brew and drink this particular tea, I feel like I don’t need to use so much sugar in my tea, which I can honestly admit I know isn’t great for my health.
This Detox Infusion from Clipper has hibiscus, nettle, liquorice root, aloe vera, et al, which are all organically produced.
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The hibiscus flavor really punches through, and I think this may be the ingredient that assists with tricking your taste buds into being satisfied with the sweetness. Not only that, the hibiscus does a beautiful job in your tea with the ruby colored hue that’s extracted from it. It’s gorgeous!
* Tip: Try using a clear tea pot, so that you can enjoy the colors of your tea, as well as some of those intriguing tea blooms you can find in specialty stores. They are marvelous to look at. In other words, enjoy everything about your tea.
Of course, it’s important to detoxify your body of all the harmful baddies going on. Make sure you are maintaining your body, even better than you would your vehicle, people…
Clipper Teas ensures freshness of their teabags in a sealed bag inside the box, not the box being sealed, which can more often lead to less fresh tea… #justsayin
The tea bags are unbleached, and you can see that they are more natural. Know what that means? They’re better for you. Plain & simple.
* I did not purchase this tea at my grocer, as it’s not available around me. You can find it @ Qualifirst Foods online. They import fabulous foods from all over the world, just like this Clipper Tea.
I hope you enjoy this webisode of What I Say About Food on Cooking with Kimberly. Until next time…
Be a Champion in Your Kitchen & Eat Deliciously!
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