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Berry Hibiscus

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A luscious blend of fruity berries and hibiscus petals. A great pick-me-up when you think you have had enough caffeine.

Type: Fruit infusion - naturally caffeine free.

Ingredients: Hibiscus, Elderberry, Currant, Blackcurrant, flavouring.

Also available in our pyramid bags.

Customer Reviews

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Excellent fruit tea

My son gave me this Berry Hibiscus tea at Christmas. I enjoyed it so much and decided to order it myself. Unfortunately, I mistakenly ordered loose tea instead of the bags which I found easier to use. However I shall rectify that next time I order. Elizabeth Small

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Kirsty T.
Best Hibiscus tea I've ever tasted.

So Hibiscus was the first herbal tea I ever had years ago and I thought it was just suppsed to have a bitter edge to it - what a delight to taste this bitter free Berry hibiscus. Love it and it is really really nice iced!

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Fay D.
Smells and tastes amazing!

This is the most amazingly tasty fruit tea I’ve ever had. The smell is divine (with a hint of vanilla) and the taste is very fruity, a slight tang but I like it. The colour when made is a really rich, dense raspberry colour rather than the dishwater you normally get from fruit tea. This is now may daily afternoon tea as it’s just so lush :)

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Derrick H.
Once drunk no turning back. . . .

I first encountered Berry Hibiscus in a specialist teashop in Kendal and was so taken by it I found it was by Shibui! So now it is a favourite lunchtime drink after a hard morning’s work in the office. The intense well-balanced flavour is just the job to soothe and relax you for the next session!

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Eileen

When I first tried this I found the flavour very strong and bitter. BUT giving it another attempt I found my problem was I made it too strong for my tastes, subsequently if I make one infusion do 2 or 3 pots and use cooler water it tastes altogether better. So now it is a better brew and yet again another flavour I can go to when I want something to "sup"

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