Köstliche Zutaten aus Wildsammlungen. Red Ruby Früchtetee.


fruit tea with delicious wild ingredients

Fruity and wild - this is what our Red Ruby tastes like! The bright red fruits give the cup a bright colour and its fruity sweet taste. Why is the tea wild? Simply because the hibiscus flowers, apples and rose hips have been picked in the wild. So they had enough time to develop their full taste. Incidentally, it also makes an excellent base for punch or ice tea.

the correct preparation

Measure the tea leaves

For fruit tea, about 15 to 20 grams of loose leaf tea is recommended per litre of water - that's about 3-4 grams per cup. This is when the fruity aromas will unfold best!

Water temperature

Fruit teas such as our Red Ruby should always be added with water at a temperature of 90 degrees Celsius.

Brewing time

You should let fruit tea brew for about 7 to 10 minutes, which is a bit longer than usual with black tea. Watch how the deep red aroma cloud spreads in the water!

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