Fruit tea or 'tisanne' if you want to get posh about it 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. We bring you 'jam in a cup'. It was simple, use real big chunky pieces of fruit. Tart and juicy.
Hibiscus, rosehip, apple pieces, elderberries and freeze-dried elderberries, blackberries, freeze-dried strawberry pieces, freeze-dried raspberry pieces, blackberry leaves, natural flavourings.
How we like it
Use freshly drawn boiled water. Infuse one tea measure per pot and brew for 3-6 minutes to your taste… we prefer to leave it for a good 4/5mins to allow the flavours out. If you find the Red Berry tea a little too tart, try adding a drop of honey or a spoonful of sugar to add some sweetness to your pot.
If using the pyramid tea bag, simply place one pyramid bag into cup, top with freshly boiled water, then allow the fruit tea pyramid to brew for 3-6 minutes depending on your strength preference.