Start with whole rosebuds mixed with fresh strawberries, cherry pieces, and cranberries. Then add just the right amount of apple and pineapple pieces to create a fresh berry hot or ice tea masterpiece. This caffeine free tea can be enjoyed all day long and the kids will love it too as an Ice tea on a hot Summer day.
This fresh berry blend will have you relaxing on a hot Summer day as an ice tea or a special treat before bedtime
Caffeine-free, enjoy this delicious blend of fruit all day long without the worries of caffeine.
Brew 1-2 tsp per serving in an infuser-style teapot (like our Kinto Porcelain Teapot) for 10-12 minutes in freshly boiled (203-212 degrees F) water for a delectable sipping experience.
Important: Always brew with boiling water and let infuse for 5-10 minutes in order to obtain a safe beverage!
Apple pieces, pineapple cubes (pineapple, sugar), elderberries, flavoring, hibiscus blossoms, rose petals, pink rosebuds, Black salsify pearls (glucose syrup, concentrated black salsify juice, sugar, citrus fiber, gelling agent: sodium alginate), freeze-dried strawberry pieces, pink rose petals, freeze-dried sour cherry pieces, freeze-dried cranberry slices
Fruit tea blend, sweet, strawberry & cherry
Try our Tea Explorer sample size - good for brewing approximately 3-5 cups of tea - and decide how much you love it before committing to a larger order. If you love it, give us a review and we will give you FULL CREDIT on your next order of a larger size of the same tea. It's like FREE TEA!
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