Ronnefeldt Teavelope® Red Berries Tisane

Tea type
Fruit Herbal Blend
Ingredients
Apple, Hibiscus Blossoms, Rose Hips
Flavors
Not available
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Loose Leaf, Sachet, Tea Bag
Caffeine
Caffeine Free
Certification
Kosher, Vegan
Edit tea info Last updated by Jason
Average preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 6 min, 0 sec

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  • “The last Ronnefeldt bag I have on hand – there’s no information on it to indicate just exactly what type of red berries might be in here. The bag itself is too gauzy to get much of a...” Read full tasting note
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    AdhamL 237 tasting notes
  • “I just love this tea, its beautiful red colour and wonderful taste, with this tea i really dont need any fezzy drink cos when served ice cold on a hot day, it will really make my day. Thanks...” Read full tasting note
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    ivydin 1 tasting notes

From Ronnefeldt

Ripe berries round off its delightful fruitiness. Ronnefeldt Red Berries Tea is one of our most popular fruit infusion mixes of apple-pomace, hibiscus, citric acid and rose hip peel. The sweet, fruity aroma of ripe raspberries and strawberries capture the flavour of summer (strawberries/raspberries).

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The last Ronnefeldt bag I have on hand – there’s no information on it to indicate just exactly what type of red berries might be in here. The bag itself is too gauzy to get much of a view through, though I do note that the material inside is mostly greenish with red flecks.

On steeping, the liquor becomes a garish pink-purple – keep this one far away from white furniture and carpets. I’m thinking hibiscus is probably playing a starring role in this beverage. One sip confirms it – really, really tart, to the point where I need to add two lumps of sugar rather than just one in order to make it drinkable. The hibiscus flavor is there, but others in there as well which make it more than just a Red Zinger rip-off. I’d guess there’s raspberry in there and something with a woodier taste, again I’m guessing but I think it might be acai.

As an iced drink on a hot day I think it would be super; hot, it leaves me a little, well, cold.

Preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 6 min, 0 sec
lasher6669

I completely agree with the ice drink, i had a sample ice tea with red berries with red orange brown sugar and fizzy, it was amazing. I found this description for the Red Berries on Gastronautgroup.com “fruit infusion mixes of apple-pomace, hibiscus, citric acid and rose hip peel. The sweet, fruity aroma of ripe raspberries and strawberries capture the flavour of summer (strawberries/raspberries).”

Ronnefeldt® USA

Hello and thanks for the great review of Red Berries. We wholeheartedly agree with regarding to keeping the tea away from anything white (even counter tops). The Red Berries tisane is composed of Hibiscus, apple pieces, currants, rose hip peel, sweet blackberry leaves, elderberries, black currants, blackberries, strawberry and raspberry juice concentrate. I hope that this answers your questions regarding it’s composition.

Jillstrasser

Sound delicious

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I just love this tea, its beautiful red colour and wonderful taste, with this tea i really dont need any fezzy drink cos when served ice cold on a hot day, it will really make my day. Thanks Ronnefeldt Tea for sure production.

Ronnefeldt® USA

Thank you very much for the great review. We really appreciate it and are happy you were happy with the tea.

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