Purple Love tea is an amethyst infusion of fruity deliciousness. Served hot, it is a comforting cup of purple bliss. Served iced, it is as refreshing as getting caught in a papaya and blackberry rainstorm on a hot summer day. Purple rain!
Ingredients & Lore
Blended With Hibiscus, Butterfly Pea Flower, Apple Pieces, Rose Hips, Orange, Papaya Flavor, Blueberries, Strawberries & Natural Blackberry Flavor
The papaya (Carica papaya L) has eight known cultivars, but Mexican and Hawaiian are the most popular. Hawaiian papaya is pear shaped and small, and the Mexican papaya weighs up to 10 pounds, and has a milder flavor. The black seeds in each taste like pepper. The papain in this fruit aids digestion but the magic is in the taste.
Herbal Tea | No caffeine
To make, add 4 teaspoons of Purple Love
to a quart(4 cups) container of water and refrigerate overnight.
To make hot Purple Love use 1 teaspoon per cup of 212 degree Fahrenheit water and steep for 6 minuets.
While your Purple Love is steeping listen to Deep Purple cover Help by the Beatles. Playing time 5:26.
Or if you prefer here is 7:57 of Purple Rain by Prince or .
Or maybe you would like to watch, Best of You (Foo Fighters cover) and then Purple Rain by Prince, at the Super Bowl Halftime Show 2007, in the pouring rain. [The Colts defeated the Bears 29–17.] Play time 6 minutes because of starting in the middle. (You have to go to YouTube to watch it because the NFL says so.)