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Island flavored loose leaf black tea.
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Hawaiian Islands Tea Company

Island Flavored Loose Leaf Black Tea Packets

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Created with commercial use in mind, these handy packets of loose leaf tea can also be used to make a fresh pot of tropical flavored ice tea for your family, or just to make a cup of hot tea for yourself. Each 3 oz bag of loose tea is sufficient to brew 3 gallons of tea. This loose leaf tea is enhanced with the delicious flavor of passion fruit.

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  • tropical fruit flavored tea

    Posted by Trish on Dec 10th 2017

    I had sampled some of this tea at a restaurant while vacationing in Hawaii and fell in love with the flavor. I ordered several bags. The flavor remained incredible. The only negative side was I was expecting loose leaf tea but this was ground so fine that you probably need a coffee filter when making it. I only have a mesh tea ball and a lot of the grounds got loose in the drink. I don't have a coffee machine or anything other than my mesh tea ball, so I will try to find a way to filter out the grounds next time around. I do highly recommend this tea. The flavor is extraordinary!!

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Brewing Instructions:
Entire Packet: For optimal quality, use one 3oz. pack for every 3 gallons of water. Loose leaf: Use a tea infuser to brew tea to taste. Typical ratio is 1tsp of tea per cup of water. Steep for 3 -5 minutes for black tea.
Notice for California Consumers:
WARNING. Consuming this product can expose you to chemicals, including lead, which is known to the State of California to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information, go to
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Proposition 65 is a California law that requires a warning on any products that contain quantifiable amounts of over 800 chemicals, many of which are naturally occurring. Some botanicals contain low levels of lead which is often naturally occurring.