Cinnamon Plum
Organic Caffeine-Free Botanical Blend
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Cinnamon Plum
Cinnamon Plum
Cinnamon Plum

Cinnamon Plum

A warming and sweet blend combining the succulent flavors of sun ripened plums, forest red currants and tangy hibiscus with festive Saigon cinnamon.

45+ Servings
11+ Servings
2+ Servings


Tangy and juicy plum provides

the perfect sumptuous contrast to

simmering sweet Saigon cinnamon

About this tea

The secret to this time-tested classic Rishi herbal tea is our ultra-premium grade of Cassia cinnamon sourced directly from Vietnam, which has 2-3 times the sweet aromatic essential oils compared to common cinnamon. Cinnamon Plum is deliciously fruity and full-bodied with a deep red infusion that is thirst-quenching served over ice in summer. During the cooler seasons, Cinnamon Plum is a fantastic mulling spice to infuse into wine or apple cider.


Organic cinnamon, organic hibiscus flowers, organic currants, organic licorice root, natural plum flavor.

Precaution: Hibiscus flowers may be intercropped in fields that also grow peanuts. May contain peanut or peanut shell fragments. Caution for individuals with severe peanut allergies.


Rishi Herb Lab


Origin Vietnam
Origin El Faiyum, Egypt
Origin USA
Licorice Root
Origin Turkey

Caffeine Level


Based on a 8oz cup of tea made with suggested steeping method relevant to the tea type. An average cup of coffee contains about 90 – 120 mg / 8oz cup.

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Traditional Preparation

Water Temperature: 200°F
Leaf to Water Ratio: 1 tablespoon per 8 ounces
Steep Time: 5 minutes

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Origin: Cinnamon


Southeast Asia

Cinnamon Cassia is one of the first spices recorded in human history. Its use can be traced back to 2700 BC in China. The ancients of Egypt, Persia, Greece and Rome all used cinnamon in their cuisines. Cinnamon comes from an evergreen tree in the Laurel Family that bears aromatic green leaves used by local people in porridges and drinks. It is the sweet, astringent and highly aromatic grades of the tree bark that is harvested , sun-dried, cut, graded and traded as the cinnamon we all know and love.

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