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Kiwi Melon tea. Sounds absolutely delicious doesn’t it? The name just rolls off the tongue. But would you say the same thing about Muskmelon and Chinese Goosebury tea? Well, you almost had to. You see, before some quick thinking New Zealand marketing specialists developed the name “Kiwi”, the oblong juicy green fruit was known by its original name, Chinese Gooseberry. The change came about in order to get around the high export tariffs that were placed on berries at the time. A similar fate befell the Muskmelon. It is rumored that the name was shortened to “Melon”, by a New York City advertising man in the 1950's who felt that the term Muskmelon was too sexy for the North American market. Whichever name you choose to go with, we think you’ll find that the only descriptor needed for this tea is “delicious”. Well, that and perhaps the words, “refreshing”, “subtle”, “tart”, and “delicately pungent.” Brew some yourself and observe how the sweet flavors of kiwi and melon blend seamlessly together in the cup. As well, as you may have already surmised, this is one of our best blends for making iced tea. In fact, it’s so good over ice that we developed a word to describe just how good it is: suprakiwimelicioso! Ok maybe not, but it does make a great iced tea.
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