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Tamarillo & Kamahi Honey

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Tamarillos are a native of South America from where they have all but disappeared. They were known as tree tomatoes for many years until they were marketed here under the more exotic sounding name of tamarillo. They have a rich invigorating tang and are an excellent source of vitamin C.
Tempt your taste buds with a refreshing tamarillo iced tea. Add four teabags to four cups of boiling water in a pot or heatproof jug. Leave for five to ten minutes. Stir in a little sugar or honey (optional). Add three to four cups of cold water and some ice cubes. Serve.

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It’s just a simple fruit tea from a commercial company but I’m loving this at the moment!

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