Sunday, July 19, 2015

Cape Cod Iced Tea from Culinary Teas

Cape Cod Iced Tea from Culinary Teas

I got to try this tea and I liked it a lot.  I wish I could of got enough for more than one glass but I didn't.  Oh well.  It tasted great and clean crisp floral type of tea.  We made sun tea with it and loved it.  It makes great flavored with out being bitter and still great flavor.

I am a fan but usually require a bigger amount for testing.  I do not want that to affect your trying it though because it really is a very good tea.

Product Description
Beaches, sunshine, sand in your toes.  Cape Cod Iced Tea makes us think of all of those things.  Smooth, with fruity tones, this tea is perfect for summer picnics.  Make a pitcher of it in a large infuser  and celebrate summer!  All natural ingredients.  

Relax with a pitcher of Cape Cod Iced Tea and transport yourself to a sunny beach. Listen for the sounds of the waves crashing on the National Seashore Beaches, a haven protected by President John F. Kennedy for future generations. Wiggle your toes to imagine the soft white sand of Cape Cod Bay. Prepare yourself to jump in one of the many refreshing ponds and pilot a sailboat in the afternoon sun. Know that the pitcher of Cape Cod Iced Tea you're drinking is made of luxury black tea with notes of papaya, lime, and jasmine, at just the right amounts to give it a subtle fruitiness. Spike it with a bit of honey or fresh fruit, and prepare to relax. 

~~Disclaimer~~ I am a blogger and  I was sent a complimentary
product in exchange for my honest review. The opinions expressed here are Only my own.~~

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