Hamburger Grutze Cream

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Hamburger Rote Grutze is a famous dessert in Germany consisting of fresh berries and cream, and we’ve decided to model this tea after that fabulous dish. Contains elderberries, grapes, hibiscus blossoms, flavouring, blackberries, raspberries, sour cherry pieces and black currant.

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I don’t know why, but this tea is not on the website – BUT I went into the store today, and grabbed a selection of teas to try – This is one of them. And thank goodness for that. The name struck me as so interesting, and the scent was just divine. So I brought it home, and it was one of the first ones I steeped. OH my GOODNESS. This tea is liquid gold. Or, maybe liquid rubies, considering it’s bright red (the hibiscus, I’m sure). It tastes like berries and ice cream, and is one of the greater tea experiences I’ve had. I sucked the cup dry. I’m currently resteeping it (which I normally DON’T do), and it smells just as divine. It’s dessert in a cup. Even all you hibiscus haters will probably love this. I can’t wait til Dan gets this up on his site, because I want the whole world to drink this. Best cup of tea I’ve had in a LONG time, and this will be part of my permanent collection, that’s for sure. I think it was made just for me.

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Hamburger? I’m assuming it doesn’t actually have hamburger IN It? Vegetarian Friendly???


I suspect it has to do with the city Hamburg, not the food. :)


I think Angrboda is right.. It’s just a berry mix, as in some type of European dessert that seems to have been kept secret from us North Americans. Apparently, even their Apple Smoked Bacon tea is vegetarian friendly!! Names can be so misleading, nowadays.

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