Blueberry Teas for Summer
Blueberry teas are the perfect choice to sip on a summer day, hot or iced.
These blue gems are naturally sweet, vibrantly beautiful and good for you. Blueberries are full of vitamins C and A plus minerals like potassium, calcium and iron. They are low in fat and high in fiber, plus of course, they are delicious!
We all love blueberries…for some, it conjures up memories of picking them as a child with bright blue spread across your face and hands. For others, it’s the smell of blueberry muffins baking in the oven. Explore blueberry teas with a full, fruity taste, reminiscent of a summer day.
Our Favorite Blueberry Teas
We have a lovely, varied collection of berry teas, and here are four special infusions for those of us who love our berries blue.
This soft and fragrant white tea is creamy with subtle melon and honeysuckle flavors, punctuated by juicy berry notes. The infusion of naturally sweet and delicate white tea melds perfectly with the juicy berries, leaving you refreshed and uplifted.
This juicy herbal tea steeps up ruby red in color with aromas of homemade blueberry jam and lightly sweetened yogurt. Flavors of sweet and juicy blueberries meet the sweet, woodsy flavor of rooibos and a subtle (yet essential!) creamy note.
This zesty blend balances apple pieces and pungent ginger while blueberries and heather blossoms add tangy and floral-herbal notes. The zestiness of lemongrass and verbena combine to mellow the ginger zing. Blueberry is a highlighted sweet note.
Blueberry Muffin Hibiscus Fruit Tisane
This fruit tisane offers notes of baked-goodness with tart-sweet blueberries and hibiscus for a flavor that is at once tart and silky. The intense flavor of ripe blueberries is combined with notes of apple, caramel and vanilla. Perfection!
Try our perfect-for-summer smoothie:
Blueberry White Tea Smoothie
(Makes 2 servings)
- 1 cup water
- 3 Tablespoons White Blueberry White Tea or any of your favorite blueberry teas (brew tea the night before to chill)
- 2 cups frozen blueberries
- ½ banana
- ice cubes
Heat water to 180° Fahrenheit. Steep tea for about 3-6 minutes and remove the leaves. Chill overnight. Place tea and all ingredients in a blender and mix until smooth.
Looking for something else fruity? Try our Superfruit Teas.