Juicy Fruit Teas
Juicy fruit teas abound in our tea collection! Spanning several tea types, a variety of fruits shine alongside green tea, oolong and of course the ruby-hued hibiscus blends. Dive into our broad range of colorful and flavorful fruit teas.
Many fruit teas make wonderful iced teas, where a little local honey accentuates fruit flavors, and a bit of lemon or lime accents the tart hibiscus notes. Power up with Superfruit teas. Superfruit teas such as Super Fruit Sencha are made with fine teas plus superfruits recognized for their antioxidant properties.
The concept behind our fruit tea is simple: we start with the finest black, oolong, and green tea leaves plus hibiscus and herbs then add vibrant, juicy fruit pieces to make flavored teas and tisanes. Explore!
Passion Fruit Black Tea
The bold, rich flavors of black tea are enhanced with tangy-sweet passion fruit. Floral notes peek through in the rose blossoms, sunflower blossoms andcornflowers. This tea is visually splendid. The colors and fruit draw you in and the aroma is fragrant and sweet. Passion fruit and papaya round out this dramatically beautiful blend, while black tea offers up a velvety, rich mouthfeel.
Juicy Fruit Yerba Mate
As you sip this rich golden infusion, piquant pomegranate with a wave of woodsy yerba mate come to to the forefront. Then as the tea travels down your throat it develops into a full-bodied fruity sweetness, leaving you in the end with a hint of juicy melon, roasted apricots and a whisper of smokiness.
Pineapple Paradise Green Tea
This is one of our best sellers! The light green tea base is balanced with soft fruits and tart pineapple to create a surprisingly mellow, sweet infusion. The cup emits a soft aroma of exotic fresh fruits which is a bit grassy, but discreet. Candied pineapple comes forward in the sip. The lively sencha green tea base blends well with the juicy, lemony notes. A silky mouthfeel and a clean aftertaste round out to a satisfying finish.
Very Velvet Oolong
The aromatic notes of strawberry and blue cornflower combine with the distinctively floral quality of a full-bodied oolong. Floral flavors are balanced by the buttery undertones of the savory-sweet oolong. Further complexities come forward with peachy notes and a hint of jasmine. The aftertaste leaves you with a lush, refreshing flavor.
Orange Grapefruit Herbal Tea
This herbal infusion is packed with flavors and a marvelous variety of colors. The bright pink infusion sparkles with the sheen of hibiscus flower. Lemongrass, tangerine, apple and carrot pieces come together to create an abundant, juicy brew. Eucalyptus leaves add a surprising, slightly grassy herbal note. The aroma brings forward the fruity sweetness. This absolutely delicious composition marries the best of tart citrus with balancing herbs for a satisfying cup.
Blood Orange Hibiscus Fruit Tisane
This deep, brilliant infusion sparkles to a lovely rouge. The fruit-forward aroma is a second cue to the tastiness of this bold blend. Delightful citrus flavors blend well with sweet hibiscus and orange peel, while rose hips add tartness and apple pieces add smoothness. Bright, tart blood orange shines through, yet the aftertaste is soft and the finish is satisfying. For more on Blood Orange Hibiscus check out this post.
Juicy Fruit Hibiscus Sparkler
Love hibiscus tisanes? Try this vibrant cocktail (or leave out the vodka for a mocktail). We love this bold, luscious infusion that resembles blackberries right off the vine. And what better way to enjoy it? Makes four cocktails.
4 tablespoons Blackberry Hibiscus Fruit Tisane
2 cups boiling water
1 shot of vodka per glass
2 cups sparkling water (could be plain, lemon, or lime)
Fresh citrus slices for garnish
Make a concentrated tea: place 4 tablespoons into 2 cups boiling water. Let steep for ten minutes, then cool. Fill glasses with ice and add 1 shot vodka, half a cup concentrated hibiscus tea and top with sparkling water. Stir and garnish with fruit slices.
Or try our Exotic Pomegranate Summer Tea Cocktail.