Fruit Infusions

By: Tea Total  06-Dec-2011

Fruit Infusions are made without the use of any real tea at all.

Containing no caffeine or tannin the Fruit Infusions listed below are blended on a base of rosehip, hibiscus and apple plus the listed ingredients. 

To brew, use about one heaped teaspoon per cup and allow the fruit to infuse for three to five minutes. The longer the brewing time, the better the flavour.

100 grams will make around 30 cups.


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