Pure Leaf Herbal Iced Teas bring new, trending flavors to the beverage aisle. Are you ready to sip on these vibrant teas that are blooming with flavor?
Iced teas come in many flavors, blends and combinations. Pure Leaf Herbal Iced Teas sought to change the perception of iced tea. These herbal iced teas look to bring a burst of flavor to the classic beverage. With a single sip, you might rethink your go-to iced tea.
For many people, iced tea is a traditional, almost staple beverage. Still, not every iced tea is the same. Clean, crisp flavors can make an iced tea even more refreshing an enjoyable.
The new Pure Leaf Herbal Iced Teas offer a refreshing boost of flavor that is quite enjoyable. While the term herbal might lead tea drinkers to think of a more woody or herbaceous flavor, this iced tea is a nuanced blend of floral and a hint of sweet.
Recently, I had the opportunity to try the new Pure Lead Herbal Iced Teas and was quite enchanted with the flavor. At first blush, the idea of adding hibiscus flowers to iced tea seemed slightly unusual. After sampling these iced teas, the floral flavor is quite refreshing.
Hibiscus is a flavor trend. Sometimes the flower, a hibiscus, is considered to refer to a perfect woman. Many people believe that giving a hibiscus is said to celebrate sophisticated beauty. While not necessarily the purpose of this particular herbal tea, the hibiscus meaning could be a nice piece of trivia when enjoying this iced tea with a friend.
While the flower, itself, is pretty, the flavor that it adds to a tea is lovely. It is a subtle note that blends well with the other fruit flavors. Overall, the tea is quite refreshing, both enjoyed cold from the refrigerator or over ice.
After sapling these Pure Leaf Herbal Iced Teas, I was quite intrigued by the beverages. The flavors that I tried were Cherry Hibiscus, Mango Hibiscus, Peach Hibiscus and the Tea House Collection Passionfruit and Pineapple. Out of these flavors, the Cherry Hibiscus was my favorite.
The Cherry Hibiscus flavor offers a sophisticated blend of sweet and tart from the cherry. The cherry references those juicy, luscious summer fruits. With the floral notes from the hibiscus, the flavor is delightful whether enjoyed on its own or drunk with a meal. Additionally, the beverage has a long finish that satisfies long after the last drop has been drunk.
The most unusual flavor of the group is the Tea House Collection Passionfruit and Pineapple. While exotic fruits have seen a surge in popularity, this tropical forward tea is nuanced. Often passionfruit can overwhelm some delicate flavors. In this case, the aroma welcomes each sip and opens the palate to the succulent flavors of the fruits. In a way, the tea is almost thirst-quenching on a warm afternoon.
While the flavors are the most enticing reason to drink these new Pure Leaf Herbal Iced Teas, the caffeine free aspect is appealing for many people. As people are more conscious about the food they consume, avoiding additional caffeine can be a lifestyle choice. Since all these beverages are caffeine free, consumers don’t have to worry about caffeine jitters.
The new Pure Leaf Herbal Iced Teas are available in stores now. Depending on the flavor, the beverages are sold in single serving containers, multi-packs and large container options and prices vary.