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White Pina Colada from Tea and Tins. . . .

I have kind of been on a roll here, trying all sorts of pina colada and coconut flavored teas. I have said it before and ill say it again, they both really are my favorite flavors in the summertime. I can honestly say, with 100% certainty, that thus far this White Pina Colada tea is hands down the best i’ve tried. I am SO GLAD I bought two ounces of it. irst off it smells like pina colada mix, so right off the bat it is realistic and giving me visions of me laying on an island beach in a Read More

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Pina Colada from Steeped Tea. . . . . .

I decided to take a brief break from caffeine this afternoon to address my Heaping Decaf Pile. I picked Pina Colada from the stack because it was on top and because HELLO? YUM? Coconut and pineapple. Yes. I iced it because YOLO. And it was a good pick. I regret nothing. The rooibos is melt-in-your-mouth velvety and vanilla-flavored. The pineapple and coconut are sweet and fun. I’ve never “had my colors done,” but if this tea did, it’d be a “spring.” This is like the Maypole Dance we did in kindergarten. It’s all pastel-colored and cuddly and fresh. I want Read More

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O’Malley’s Escape from Treehouse Teas

Tea Information: Leaf Type:  Herbal Where to Buy:  Treehouse Teas Tea Description: If you like Pina Coladas and gettin’ caught in the rain this tea is for you! It’s a favorite herb and fruit tea that bursts ingredients of pineapple, apple, rosehip, coconut pieces and hibiscus petals. If you are allergic to coconut stay clear. Small Batch Blended and from Sing Buri, Thailand. It has a low antioxidant level and its a caffeine free herb and fruit tea. Steep: 5-10 minutes at a temperature: 100C, 212F. This can be re-steeped for additional cups! Also, makes great popsicles and pink tea for tea Read More