Fruit teas are made without the use of any real tea at all, blending various fruits, spices and flavourings. Containing no caffeine or tannin, fruit teas can be drunk at any time of the day. Fruit teas are great as a cordial alternative for adults and children alike. Add gelatin to make jelly or freeze into ice blocks, the possibilities are endless.
Brewing times for fruit teas are generally longer than for other teas, allowing the flavours to fully develop.
Lemons, sweet lemons, how you dance upon the tongue. Slightly sweeter than the tart Grapefruit and Bitter Lemon, this infusion is for those who love the taste of lemons. Drink as is or add a slice of ginger or a sprig of mint.
Apple, hibiscus, rosehip, lemon peel, lime slices, orange peel, lemon fruit granulate (glucose syrup, wheat, lemon juice concentrate, sugar, apricot, potato starch, sodium alginate) lemon flavour, buchu leaves, and vitamins (C, niacin, E, pantothen acid, B12, B6, B2, B1, folic acid, biotin, maltodextrine)
1 heaped teaspoon for 200ml cup
Add freshly boiled water
Steep for 6 – 10 minutes then pour
YOU’LL LIKE THIS TEA IF YOU LIKE
ONE RETAIL POUCH WILL MAKE
100 gram pouch makes around 35 cups of tea