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A versatile all-rounder fruit tisane that is a fresh burst of fabulous flavours. Apple pieces blended with stone fruits and berries with pretty petals, rosehip for spice and a lick of liquorice. A bright pink infusion is bold and lingering, with its sweetness tempered by a hint of tartness on the finish. Juicy, delicious, bright and breezy, a wonderful way to enliven a winter’s day, and wickedly delicious iced in summer.

1 teaspoon per 200mls, brew 3-5 minutes in water at 100 degrees Celsius.

As is, with a little sugar or a drizzle of honey if desired. Sensational iced in summer.

Apple pieces, rosehips, hibiscus petals, liquorice, calendula petals, stone fruit and berry flavour, sultanas

Versatile for delicious sipping throughout the day and into the night. A perfect partner in the afternoon to a range of light-style sweets. Serve before dessert as a fresh flavour in anticipation.

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I didn’t know what it was when I ordered it at Cavallini, in Clifton Hill. Was expecting something herbal but it turned out to be a fruit tea. The cafe served the tea in a very pretty Kyoto Blossom teapot, but when I poured the tea into my cup, the bright pink-red colour really startled me… hibiscus!!! :0 At first the tea was ok, there was only sweet berry flavours, no tartness. But the tea continued to steep inside the teapot, the inevitable tartness developed… my advice: keep the steeping time short!

Winter Salo

Tartness and berry flavours are my favourite combination in a fruit infusion – how does this compare to T2’s vanilla slice?


I haven’t got the chance to try Vanilla Slice, so I am sorry that I cannot comment! But if you like tartness and berry flavours, you may try fruit infusions by Tea Forte!

Winter Salo

Thanks for the tip Devilish, I shall go exploring, I love trying new teas. :)


You are welcome, Winter Salo :) I love trying new teas too (especially those with lovely packaging or cute names, haha). It helps me learn more about teas as I am quite new to tea-tasting. I like T2’s teas but they can hardly be found in Hong Kong, so I am really happy that I can know more about them from your reviews!

Winter Salo

You poor thing – I would be totally lost without T2’s pretty stores so I’m very happy to be a window to them for you – I just love strolling through smelling all the beautiful teas. I must admit I’m very drawn to gorgeous packaging and cutesy names, being from Melbourne how could I not drink Melbourne Breakfast every morning? ;) And botanica sounds so nice like freshly picked fruit in your cup. It’s terrible since reading your review all I want to do is drink it!

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Grabbed a sample of this from the store yesterday because the social team keep mentioning it whenever people ask about Shimmer Punch.

Tart, tart, tart.

Hibiscus ruins everyone’s fun.

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Really nice, not too sweet but still refreshing

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