Day 21 of our Tea Advent Calendar! We have a fruity treat for you today. It's the delicious Red Berry.

Red Berry SUKI

This tea is a punchy, full on infusion of mixed berries, fruit & hibiscus. Natural ingredients. Wow, a real fruit flavour from a tea, finally!

Fruit tea or 'tisanne' is a blend of fruits with no actual tea in it. When we came to design this berry tea we taste tested the world of fruit teas. . . . Generally they smell amazing but fall flat at the last hurdle, albeit the most important one. Taste. Well, we wanted to produce something that tasted as good as it smells. It was simple, use real big chunky pieces of fruit. Tart and juicy.

How We Like It

Brew 1 teaspoon (2.5g) per 200ml water. Or 1 Suki scoop per stump teapot. Infuse in freshly boiled water (98°C) for 3-6 minutes.

Red Berry tea SUKI

Red Berry is naturally caffeine free, so you can enjoy it at any time of the day. Or why not try it as a cocktail? It is Saturday night after all..

Red Berry Daiquiri

What You'll Need

Red Berry Cocktail SUKI

Red Berry
Rum
Grenadine Syrup
Cocktail Shaker
A Muddler
Sugar
Strawberries
Crushed Ice

Method

Simply put 2 scoops of Red Berry tea into a glass then add a healthy shot of your favourite rum and allow the tea & rum to infuse for 5 minutes. Next you'll need to strain out the rum through a cup infuser to remove the pieces of tea. Add chopped strawberries, 2 tablespoons of sugar, one splash of Grenadine syrup and the infused Red Berry Rum to the cocktail shaker. Use your muddler to squash & mix together, add lid & shake well. Fill a cocktail glass to the top with crushed ice, pour your Daiquiri over the ice, garnish & ENJOY!

If you enjoyed today's tea you can get yourself a bag of Red Berry for £4.85. Red Berry is also available in our pyramid tea bags as well as our refillable tea caddy!

Caddy SUKI

We are now including samples of our favourite advent calendar teas with all online orders. Order from our website for a little surprise with your parcel! If you're in need of some gift inspiration you can check out our Christmas Tea Gift Guide for some help.

Remember the little bag of tea inside each box may look like plastic but it's actually a material called Natureflex which can be disposed of in your home food waste bin or home composting. And don't forget to recycle your cardboard boxes! Did you know we have gone plastic free with our new packaging too? Read more here!

Let us know in the comments below how you enjoyed today's tea and if you tried out our Red Berry Daiquiri recipe. Tag us @sukitea or #sukitea on social media. We love seeing everyone's photos!

What tea do you hope to open in tomorrow's box? You can catch up on any days you might have missed here!