Twinings of London Berry Fusion Herbal Tea Bags, 20 count, 1.41 oz
Be enchanted by the naturally sweet and juicy berry fruit flavours of this mouthwatering tea

Master Blender's Notes
Notes: Fresh, fruity, sweet
Colour: Bright, orange-red
Steep Time: 4 minutes (recommended)

Herbs have a long history of documented use tracing back to Ancient Egypt, Ancient China and to the beginning of Ayurveda science in India. Herbal tea is not actually tea, because it is not made from the camellia sinensis plant. Instead, other common names include infusion and tisane. Herbal teas can be made from any combination of flowers, leaves, seeds, roots, citrus or berry fruits, herbs and spices - which is why the number of unique blends available is virtually limitless. Camomile, peppermint, ginger and hibiscus are some of the most popular ingredients used today.

This one-of-a-kind tea starts with ingredients expertly selected from Europe, South America, Egypt and Asia. We blend together rosehips, hibiscus, orange and blackberry leaves, apple pieces, liquorice root and natural berry fruit flavours to craft a mouthwatering tea that is simply irresistible.
Andrew Whittingham-Master Blender

Twinings of London Berry Fusion Herbal Tea Bags, 20 count, 1.41 oz

$5.49$3.89/oz

Description

Twinings of London Berry Fusion Herbal Tea Bags, 20 count, 1.41 oz Be enchanted by the naturally sweet and juicy berry fruit flavours of this mouthwatering tea Master Blender's Notes Notes: Fresh, fruity, sweet Colour: Bright, orange-red Steep Time: 4 minutes (recommended) Herbs have a long history of documented use tracing back to Ancient Egypt, Ancient China and to the beginning of Ayurveda science in India. Herbal tea is not actually tea, because it is not made from the camellia sinensis plant. Instead, other common names include infusion and tisane. Herbal teas can be made from any combination of flowers, leaves, seeds, roots, citrus or berry fruits, herbs and spices - which is why the number of unique blends available is virtually limitless. Camomile, peppermint, ginger and hibiscus are some of the most popular ingredients used today. This one-of-a-kind tea starts with ingredients expertly selected from Europe, South America, Egypt and Asia. We blend together rosehips, hibiscus, orange and blackberry leaves, apple pieces, liquorice root and natural berry fruit flavours to craft a mouthwatering tea that is simply irresistible. Andrew Whittingham-Master Blender

Ingredients

Rosehips; Hibiscus; Orange Leaves; Blackberry Leaves; Natural Cherry Flavour with other Natural Flavours; Apple Pieces; Liquorice Root; Natural Blueberry Flavour with other Natural Flavours; Acai & Goji Juice Granules; Roasted Chicory Root; Natural Strawberry Flavour with other Natural Flavours;
Product Number: 00070177174934

Description

Twinings of London Berry Fusion Herbal Tea Bags, 20 count, 1.41 oz Be enchanted by the naturally sweet and juicy berry fruit flavours of this mouthwatering tea Master Blender's Notes Notes: Fresh, fruity, sweet Colour: Bright, orange-red Steep Time: 4 minutes (recommended) Herbs have a long history of documented use tracing back to Ancient Egypt, Ancient China and to the beginning of Ayurveda science in India. Herbal tea is not actually tea, because it is not made from the camellia sinensis plant. Instead, other common names include infusion and tisane. Herbal teas can be made from any combination of flowers, leaves, seeds, roots, citrus or berry fruits, herbs and spices - which is why the number of unique blends available is virtually limitless. Camomile, peppermint, ginger and hibiscus are some of the most popular ingredients used today. This one-of-a-kind tea starts with ingredients expertly selected from Europe, South America, Egypt and Asia. We blend together rosehips, hibiscus, orange and blackberry leaves, apple pieces, liquorice root and natural berry fruit flavours to craft a mouthwatering tea that is simply irresistible. Andrew Whittingham-Master Blender
Product Number: 00070177174934