The sweet profile of orange blends seamlessly with the smooth character of Rooibos to produce an unbelievably refreshing cup.
Remember Bo? Bo knew football. Bo knew baseball. Well in a similar way, the good people of Florida know oranges. They know oranges big time. Florida is the second largest grower of the fruit after the entire country of Brazil. In Florida, there are 853,000 acres of land and approximately 10.3 million citrus trees, about 65% of them oranges. In recent years, the total impact of the orange industry on the state has exceeded $5 billion annually. Florida knows oranges.
The people of Florida also know orange juice. Of all the oranges grown in Florida, 90% of them are juiced. So much of the sweet juice is produced that it is traded on the New York Commodities exchange – amazing. Another thing the people of Florida know that the rest of us may not, is that if you hold a Florida orange in one hand and a non-Florida orange of equal size in the other, the Florida orange will feel heavier. Why you ask? Because it is heavier. Florida oranges have thinner rinds than other oranges and, as a result of all the Florida sunshine and rainfall, are much juicier.
Well, here at Tea At The White House, we know tea. We also know herbal tea. Which is why we created this wonderfully orangey version of Rooibos. We knew that the sweet profile of orange would blend seamlessly with the smooth character of Rooibos to produce an unbelievably refreshing cup. And you know what? It really does! Brew a pot today and serve it over ice as a midafternoon refresher or piping hot as a soothing evening delight, either way, we know you’re going to love it.