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dragon fruit dream

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3 gallon instruction
dragon fruit dream brewer
Pre-measured loose leaf pouches for your 3-gallon tea brewer. Simply open, pour into your 3-gallon brewer’s filter, and brew. A native fruit of South America, the Dragon Fruit brings its mouthwatering, refreshingly sweet flavor to our Dragon Fruit Dream herbal tea. A member of the cactus family, this tropical fruit has an unparalleled essence that brews up into an exhilarating infusion. We highly recommend trying it iced for the coolest of summertime treats.

 
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blended with apple pieces, hibiscus, rose hips, orange, lemon verbena, dragonfruit flavor, dragonfruit, pineapple pieces, rose petals, strawberries & marigold flowers

In Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, Juliet delivers the famous line, “What’s in a name?” However, if you’re a dragon fruit instead of a star-crossed lover in a Shakespearean play, names actually mean a lot. The spiky fruit, also known as a pitaya, comes in several varieties, both sweet and sour (each with different names), with the latter even called “ziix is ccapxl” or “thing whose fruit is sour” by the indigenous Seri people of Mexico. In the US, where more fantastical names are preferred, pitayas are known as dragon fruits due to their scaly appearance and tough outer texture.