Apple and Lemon Fruit Tisane

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Apple and Lemon Fruit Tisane
Apple and Lemon Fruit Tisane Apple and Lemon Fruit Tisane Apple and Lemon Fruit Tisane Apple and Lemon Fruit Tisane Apple and Lemon Fruit Tisane

Brewing instructions

Brew using boiling water and leave to infuse for 5 to 10 minutes

Brewing instructions
Description

They say that oranges and lemons are a match made in heaven. But we think it’s our Apple and Lemon Fruit Tisane which is the true heavenly infusion. This traditional tisane combines the taste of Kentish apples with the juicy citrus offerings of fresh lemons. It is a must for any Tisane connoisseur but also should be tried by everyone!

Beverages such as Apple and Lemon Fruit Tisane are leading a new tea revolution, one that has seen the likes of “regular” teas competing fiercely with Peppermint, Camomile, and Hibiscus Teas, among many others. In the UK alone, herbal sales have risen by 31% since 2012 according to recent statistics. But Fruit Teas are hot on their heels. Be part of the revolution today, or simply enjoy Apple and Lemon Fruit Tisane for what it is: a delicious, invigorating beverage perfect for all seasons. The choice is yours. Choose wisely with Apple and Lemon Fruit Tisane.

But it is important to note that Fruit and Herbal Tisanes are far from a new phenomenon. They may be experiencing a resurgence in the 21st century, yet many have been in existence for thousands of years. Take Camomile Tea, for example, an infusion adored throughout Ancient Egypt. Furthermore, the Camomile plant was so revered during this period that it quickly became associated with their sun god, Re (Ra). Camomile was also used for skin care and perhaps, according to some archaeological evidence, featured in other cosmetics and hair care products as well. It was certainly used in rituals and ceremonies in addition to all of this. And this is just one example.

Peppermint Tea is another. Then there is Hibiscus Tea, Lemon Balm Tea, and Ginger Tea. And when it comes to Fruit Tisanes, the possibilities are nearly endless. Fruits can be blended for infusions or enjoyed as stand-alone beverages, such as Turkish Apple Tea. Our Apple and Lemon Fruit Tisane, as the name suggests, is a blend, but not just any old blend. The ingredients used in this Fruit Tea are of the finest quality, which translates well when brewed. But now, the rest is up to you. Is Apple and Lemon Fruit Tisane going to be your new favourite tea? We know so.

Type of Tea: Fruit Tisane.

Ingredients: Apple pieces, lemon pieces, hibiscus, rosehips, strawberry leaves, and sultanas.

Brewing Instructions: Brew using freshly boiled water and infuse for 5 to 10 minutes.

How to Serve: With little surprise to many, this beverage suits added lemon very well. Alternatively, serve as it is.

Tasting Notes: A distinct aroma of apple wafts from your cup long before you take your first sip. Then, enjoy a sour kick from the lemon followed by a smooth, well-rounded finish.

Colour in Cup: Burgundy liquor, dark in tone.

Health Benefits: Many people choose a fruit tisane (and many people choose Apple and Lemon Fruit Tisane, in particular) instead of a Black, Green, White, or Oolong Tea because it is caffeine-free. For that reason, drinking Apple and Lemon Fruit Tisane, and other similar beverages, is an excellent choice for those looking to cut down on their caffeine intake. This includes pregnant women who, according to NHS Choices, should not exceed 200 mg of caffeine a day, the equivalent of 2 cups of coffee. Make the switch today.

Additional info
  • Type
    Type
    Fruit Tea
  • Health Points
    Health Points
    Anti Oxidants, Detox, Hydration, Refreshing, Relaxing
  • Caffeine Level
    Caffeine Level
    Decaff (none)
  • Options
    Options
    Loose Tea
  • Time of Day
    Time of Day
    Lunchtime, Afternoon, Evening
  • Country
    Country
    More Than One Origin
Ingredients
  • Hibiscus
    Hibiscus
  • Lemon
    Lemon
  • Rose hips
    Rose hips
  • Strawberry leaves
    Strawberry leaves
  • Sultanas
    Sultanas
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