Tea type
Fruit Herbal Blend
Ingredients
Apple Pieces, Blue Cornflowers, Calendula Flowers, Freeze Dried Strawberries, Ginseng, Hibiscus, Mallow Flowers, Peppermint, Rose Hips, Vervain
Flavors
Cranberry, Hibiscus, Orange, Red Fruits, Rose, Sour, Sweet, Floral, Herbaceous, Strawberry, Tangy, Herbs, Orange Zest, Thick
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Caffeine
Caffeine Free
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Edit tea info Last updated by Martin Bednář
Average preparation
Boiling 7 min, 15 sec 9 oz / 262 ml

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  • “A very old tea from Martin! It has no dry leaf aroma… my bad. I should have sealed it properly. But with a long hot brew, it springs back to life! This is yummy. Definitely my kind of fruit...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Martin Advent Day 13 I didn’t leave a review immediately because I was drinking several teas at once and wasn’t sure which one was this one! Turned out I’d put in the wrong steeper and hadn’t tried...” Read full tasting note
  • “Prepared hot, 2 tsp to 8oz and guzzled. I drank it so fast I didn’t even pay attention, which I guess means it was a great thirst quencher. The fruits, leaves and flowers made what I remember as...” Read full tasting note
  • “Okay. First tea from my Swiss friend. Thank you Fabiana! Not just only for teas. They suggest 5-8 minutes. I wonder how much I will actually do. I do not want to care about it :). Maybe I will let...” Read full tasting note
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From La Cucina - Tee & Gewürze

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A must in every Zuricher cupboard: our herbal-mix with strawberries!

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A very old tea from Martin! It has no dry leaf aroma… my bad. I should have sealed it properly.

But with a long hot brew, it springs back to life! This is yummy. Definitely my kind of fruit tea.

The aroma is sweet and tart red fruits, red currants and hibiscus. The flavour has notes of orange, cranberry, hibiscus and rose petals. I would have preferred it to be slightly more sour than sweet, but it’s still very nice.

Now I check this tea on Steepster… strawberry? Really? I’d never have got that.

Anyway, thanks Martin! This is a great tea that I should have tried back when you first sent it.

Flavors: Cranberry, Hibiscus, Orange, Red Fruits, Rose, Sour, Sweet

Preparation
Boiling 7 min, 0 sec 2 tsp 8 OZ / 250 ML
Martin Bednář

Hah, don’t worry! I just tried your Teapro Supreme Silver Needle you sent me in same swap. It was somewhere buried and I just found it. 2 months before Use by date :)

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Martin Advent Day 13
I didn’t leave a review immediately because I was drinking several teas at once and wasn’t sure which one was this one! Turned out I’d put in the wrong steeper and hadn’t tried it at all! I’m drinking this cold and it’s a bit more herbaceous than I expected. I feel like I taste something like fennel? Probably just going crazy. Maybe this would do better cold brewed because the fruit is a little heavy, tart, and herbal for me. I won’t leave a rating for now, but Martin kindly provided some extra for this day, so I plan to try the rest brewed differently!

Martin Bednář

I will gladly hear your another opininon of this tea.

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Prepared hot, 2 tsp to 8oz and guzzled. I drank it so fast I didn’t even pay attention, which I guess means it was a great thirst quencher. The fruits, leaves and flowers made what I remember as tasting like a sweet-tangy mix of natural strawberries? and rosehip-apple? with hints of florals and leafy herbaceousness. Martin aptly described the flavor as forest strawberry. I would have never thought of that.

Cold-brewed 3 tsp to 16oz was probably underleafed and had a much more noticeable herbaceous profile.

Thanks for sharing!

Flavors: Floral, Herbaceous, Strawberry, Sweet, Tangy

Preparation
Boiling 8 min or more 2 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML
Martin Bednář

I meant ‘Fragaria vesca’, I don’t know if it is a thing there.

You are welcome anyway! I am happy that you liked it! I will send screens to my friend whom I have these teas from. It makes her very happy as well.

derk

Yep, we have Fragaria vesca, wild strawberries here in California.

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Okay. First tea from my Swiss friend. Thank you Fabiana! Not just only for teas.

They suggest 5-8 minutes. I wonder how much I will actually do. I do not want to care about it :). Maybe I will let it steep all the time.

Maybe I overleafed it. It seems that my biggest strainer is full and there is no space for expanding the leaves. Nevermind. Dry leaf aroma was so nice. I can not make any notes of it, it was so herbal, but with sweet notes as well. I am not really sure what I was smelling.

It started to turn red. Deep, clear red colour. Really vibrant red colour. It started to be more strawberry based, I think about forest strawberries. But it smells weirdly a bit as well. I am not really sure if my nose is not making a fun of me. But I notice aroma like a Brie cheese. Completely odd! It is not a bad thing, but; you know, you do not expect it in herbal – fruit tea. But the base is forest. Forest strawberries. Those small, red things that you eat to make your stomach thing that you ate something.

Flavour profile.
Yep, strawberries again. But it is not artificial. It is also bit refreshing due to peppermint. Maybe when iced it will be nice. Actually I expected it more herbal, but it is more fruity. The herbal is such a nice blend as well. It is not overpowering the strawberries, but certainly not unnoticed.

PS: Rating can be biased now, because I am bit regretting that we had just so little time together and I already miss her.

Flavors: Herbs, Strawberry

Preparation
Boiling 7 min, 0 sec 3 tsp 10 OZ / 300 ML
ashmanra

Did the brie come through as taste or as aroma only? Interesting note!

Kittenna

Sounds like a really interesting tea. Strawberries and mint? I’m also curious about the brie aroma you picked up.

Martin Bednář

ashmanra – brie was only in aroma. I think it is kinda strange to smell something like that.
Kittena – well, mint and strawberries go together quite well. I like this combo.

ashmanra

I will have to buy some brie soon and pay special attention to the aroma so I can see if I have ever picked it up in a tea! That is a very neat aroma to find. I love cheese. I mean, I LOVE cheese.

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