Summer Berry Pudding

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You can’t always rely on the weather, but this fruity tisane brings the great British Summer straight to your mug! An explosion of summer berries guarantees sunshine on even the cloudiest of days.

INGREDIENTS

Hibiscus, rosehip, sweet blackberry leaves, strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, blackberries, natural flavouring.

BREWING INSTRUCTIONS

Add 1 teaspoon per cup (2 teaspoons if, like us, you prefer your tea in a mug). Add freshly boiled water and infuse for 3 to 5 minutes.

HOW WE LIKE IT

Best enjoyed as it is!

ALLERGENS

All our tea blends are made in small batches in a kitchen where nuts, gluten, dairy and other allergens may be present.

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Just finished a mug of this…

I saw the dry leaf and I was initially very worried that it would only taste like hibiscus; there was so much in there (along with some lovely vibrant pieces of strawberry flesh). However, the amount was just right to make for a vibrant, bright cup of tea – a nice mix of tart hibiscus, just ripe strawberry, and I felt like maybe a hint of beet, too? I can’t remember if there’s actually beets in the ingredients list (probably not) but something slightly reminded me of beets…

Now, I don’t know if “Summery Berry Pudding” is really a thing – maybe in the UK where this company is based? Here in Canada, I imagine you probably could conceivably make a berry heavy pudding and call it a Summer Berry Pudding but it’s not, like, a “defined” dish. So, with that understood – I don’t think anything about the flavour reminded me of pudding even in the slightest.

It was still enjoyable though!

derk

Every time I see the name of this tea company, I try to pronounce it. Can never get it to not sound weird.

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