Berried Treasure

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Blueberry, Currants, Flavor, Hibiscus, Raisins, Raspberries, Strawberry
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A very berry infusion thick with raisins, elderberries, raspberries, strawberries and blueberries. Amazingly rich infusion for summer cocktails or sun teas.

Ingredients: raisins, hibiscus, currents, blueberries, strawberries, raspberries, flavour.

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2020 Advent Calendar from The Tea Girl – Day 7

Since this was a herbal, I made this one in the afternoon, quite late yesterday and I lacked drinking my water yesterday so I was so thirsty for it! This one pleasantly surprised me! I looked up the ingredients before making (as I always do) and saw my friend hibiscus…so was not optimistic. I decided to go all out and do a 4 minute steeping since it was mostly berries too…and verdict – it was quite good!

Not sure what was up yesterday, but I found the tartness refreshing and not overpowering (like most hibiscus). Maybe I was needing some vitamin C haha. The berry flavors were quite well done, and I feel this tea would take sweetener well, even though I didn’t add any. Super thirst quenching as well! So a happy hibiscus surprise, and I will easily finish my sample of this one!

Cameron B.

I had a hibiscus-y fruit tisane surprise me the other day, too! Sometimes you’re just in the right mood, I guess. ;)


Haha totally agree! I hope I’m still in the right mindset when I have the second cup eventually haha!

Cameron B.

And if not, you can always put the rest in time-out in the fridge! These teas are almost always better iced.


That’s what I did this morning with the raspberry prosecco. Fingers crossed!

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