Brew using boiling water and leave to infuse for 5 to 10 minutes
Dreaming of those hot summer days in the sun lounger? Dream no more, as with our brand-new Miami Peach fruit tisane, you can kickstart the holidays early!
Full of many different rich and exotic fruits and berries, this blend has everything you need to relax while lapping up the sweet and delectable flavours of the warmer days ahead. Peach Tisane Tea can be enjoyed as a nice, hot beverage, or as a refreshing ice tea, the choice is yours!
While many fruit tisanes have been enjoyed as a ‘tea’ for centuries, this term does not technically refer to blends that do not include the Camellia Sinensis plant. Despite this, fruit tisanes tea has been nurtured by the tea industry for hundreds of years, and are now some of the most popular beverages on the planet. Its mysterious origins have been credited to a number of different stories.
Although it is largely believed that the term ‘tisane’ comes from the Greek word ‘ptisanē’, which refers to a drink made from the crushed grains of pearl barley. Other theories have suggested that the French originally invented the word, with the term ‘Ti’ (Tea) and ‘Sans’ (French for “without”) combined potentially meaning “tea without tea”.
However, over the course of history and even today ‘Tisanes’ are still often known as ‘Teas’. In fact, leading up to the American Revolutionary War, as the British Crown continued to impose taxation on tea imported to the colonies, the citizens of the soon-to-be United States of America found themselves inventing substitutes with locally sourced ingredients to make their beverages. These were known as “freedom teas” or “herbal teas”, and it is largely considered that during this period, the idea of ‘tea’ and ‘tisane’ became so conflated that each subsequent generation lost the ability to tell the difference!
Whether you are looking for a soothing cup of tea or an invigorating fruit tisane, The Kent and Sussex Tea and Coffee Company has hundreds of choices, with our very own Peach Tisanes quickly becoming one of the favourites! So why not put your feet up, grab a good book and indulge yourself with this rich and flavoursome blend?
Type of Tea: Fruit Tisane
Brewing Instructions: Brew using freshly boiled water and infuse for 6 to 8 minutes. This blend can also be enjoyed as a delicious Iced Tea.
Ingredients: Blackcurrants, Blueberries, Currants, Apple Pieces, Elderberries, Blue Cornflower and Hibiscus Blossom, Rosehip Peel, Papaya Cubes, Freeze Dried Strawberry Pieces and Natural Peach Flavours.
How to Serve: Brew with fresh boiling water and infuse for 5 to 10 minutes. To add an extra fruity kick, why not consider the addition of lemon? Alternatively, this brew is delectable enough as it is! Perfect as a Summer Iced Tea.
Tasting Notes: The sweet, enticing aroma of peach wafts from your cup as you indulge with this flavourful infusion. Smooth hints of hibiscus can also be tasted in every sip before savouring the delightfully fruity aftertastes that dance on your palate long after you finish.
Colour in Cup: Purple liquor, dark in tone.
Health Benefits of Tisane Tea
Health Benefits: Fruit teas are often an excellent alternative to other sugary beverages as they offer a fraction of the sugar content and almost no calories. Just like the fruit itself, tisanes are also exceptionally high in levels of Vitamin C, which can benefit everything from your immune system to your bones!
Health PointsAnti Oxidants, Refreshing
Caffeine LevelDecaff (none)
Time of DayAfternoon
CountryMore Than One Origin