🍓🍒 It's Time For Fruit...Fruit Tea That Is🍍🥭

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Fruit Teas

Fruit teas are part of my herbal or tisane line of teas. They are wonderfully refreshing and naturally caffeine-free, so you can enjoy them during the day or evening.

As we head into warmer weather (spring really is on the way), I will drink more fruit teas to please my taste buds, which will start to shift to fruit-flavored teas that scream warm weather to me. I prefer my fruit teas over ice, but they are also fabulous as hot tea.

Here are a few of my favorites.

Mango and Friends Fruit Tea

First up is Mango & Friends. This tea has been with me since I opened the shop and is a best seller.

It has large chunks of real mango and an assortment of exotic fruits. It's simply delicious and will have you coming back for refills. Since it has a very low acid content, it won't bother your stomach.

Mango & Friends is one of those teas that I recommend tasting before you add sweetener because I think it's sweet enough just as it is.

Pink Dragonfruit with Ginger Herbal Tea

Pink Dragonfruit with Ginger is another great choice.

This tea is a blend of sweet dragonfruit and raspberry paired with ginger for an absolutely delicious and refreshing cup or glass of tea.

Its wonderful aroma tantalizes your tastebuds, while the pretty dark pink color just calls to be poured over ice. You can enjoy this tea warm, but I think it's best served cold. I also found no need for additional sweeteners.

Piña Colada Fruit Tea

Piña Colada Fruit Tea is a new tea that joined the store last spring and has been a real hit.

It tastes like your favorite summer drink. If you add an adult beverage and a small umbrella to this tea, I'll never tell.

The sweet, juicy pineapple paired with crunchy coconut chips, coconut shreds, and freeze-dried yellow pineapple pieces create this classic flavor. I love this tea over ice. Because of its low acidity, Piña Colada Fruit Tea tea is gentle on your stomach.

Strawberry Cream Fruit Tea

Calling all strawberry lovers. Strawberries are one of my favorite fruits. And Strawberry Cream Fruit Tea has large pieces of real freeze-dried strawberries — can you say yum? — coconut bits, hibiscus blossoms, rosehip, and orange peels.

This exquisite combination creates one of my favorite warm-weather iced teas. It's so refreshing and delicious, and because it's caffeine-free, I can enjoy it all day and into the evening.

I encourage you to try these delicious teas, and if you need help making them into iced teas, don't hesitate to reach out to me.

~ Dani

Disclaimer: This newsletter is for informational purposes only and is not intended to diagnose or treat any medical condition. It is not to replace the advice of a qualified healthcare or medical professional.

Time to Cold-Brew and Make Iced Tea! In the South we like our Tea Cold and Sweet Delicious Fruit Teas

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