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Twinings Herbal Tea, Wild Berries, 20 Count Bagged Tea (6 Pack)
- A traditional tea with a rich taste and satisfying aroma
- Steep Tea Bag for desired time
- Our expert blenders source only the finest leaves cultivated to our exacting standards by trusted growers around the world. From these tea gardens we hand-select the leaves that will shape your next Twinings moment.
- Ships in Certified Frustration-Free Packaging
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By appointment to her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.
Tea and coffee merchants R. Twining and Company Limited, London.
216 The Strand, London WC2, England.
100% natural ingredients.
Naturally caffeine free.
A full-flavoured herbal tea made with the naturally sweet flavours of raspberries, strawberries, blueberries
20 individual tea bags sealed for freshness.
Style Name: Herbal | Flavor: Wild Berries | Size: 20 Count (Pack of 6)
Natural Strawberry, Raspberry, Blueberry and Blackcurrant Flavours with Other Natural Flavours, Rosehips, Hibiscus, Orange Leaves, Apple Pieces, Liquorice Root, Roasted Chicory Root.
Brewing suggestions: Hot tea: pour freshly boiled water over tea bag and allow to brew for 3-5 minutes depending on desired strength. Refreshing iced tea: to make 1 quart of iced tea, use 4 tea bags and brew as suggested above using 4 cups of water. Allow to cool, then serve over ice.
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Top Customer Reviews
The Irish tea.
To be taken only in the morning unless you have no reason to sleep that night.
A tea to heal the disturbed mind and soul. A tea for the Irish.
Take half and half with even skimmed milk and you will never see coffee again.
Wake up and smell the tea.
How kind of the Amazon to offer it on line. I shall never again suffer tea-separation anxiety when the local grocer is out.
A source of peace and of comfort far from home. More powerful and peaceful than any artificial pharmeceutical prescribed. Take two cups and call me in the morning.
Thank you, O mighty Amazon.
Now I am no tea snob, I drink with milk and sugar like a normal person. I have tried many teas, and strongly dislike the earl/lady grey clones as well as anything carried by Starbucks. This is totally different. I can and will drink 5-6 cups a day and not get tired of it (hence my need to be a complete whack-job and order 120 bags on Amazon). Totally support all you other whack jobs out there. And if anyone knows of another brand that makes awesome Lapsang Souchong, I am not tied to Twinings, it is just the only one I have seen.
1. Starbucks Chai Latte (from Starbucks)
2. Starbucks Chai (concentrate, the cardboard box with the syrup in it)
3. Trader Joe's Spiced Chai (powder)
4. Oregon Chai (powder and liquid)
5. Some other Chai powder that Costco had a few years ago but I don't remember the name now.
Except for #1 (which is crazy expensive at >$[...] a cup), the rest have been lackluster. But then she found Twinings Indian Spiced Chai Tea which is exactly what she was looking for, but you can't find it in every grocery store.
Follow the instructions (1/4 cup milk, 3/4 cup water, 2 tsp sugar, tea bag) and you'll make a perfect cup every time, at like 1/20th the price of Starbucks.
UPDATE: Now that they have changed the product from "Indian Spiced Chai" to just "Chai", it is nowhere as good. I have to reduce my 5 star rating to 3.
UPDATE 2: Here's her new favorite: Yogi Chai Rooibos, also available from Amazon.
I bought this one for some relief from a sore throat and it definitely helps ease my sinus induced problem. As with any lemon-flavored beverage I've tried, it does leave a slight aftertaste of lemon, but not too strong or unpleasant. I imagine it would be quite good with honey, which I will definitely try once I get home from work. For now, a slight bit of sugar seemed to compliment the flavors nicely, even bringing them out more. This is a strong flavored herbal, not a mellow one as I've come to expect a lot of herbals to be. Drink with caution if you like your herbals on the softer side. This one's courting the wilder side of the tea experience.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Love Rooibos Tea but often difficult to find in brick and mortar stores - this works well for me.Published 6 hours ago by Teresa I.
I am not a coffee drinker. I love teas, though, including black, green, and herbal. I love brewing my own, but this is a great tasting quick option when I want caffeine and I... Read morePublished 1 day ago by Marie
Gentle and tasty . . A refreshing tea for after dinner either hot or cold.Published 1 day ago by Hallie
Tea has a different taste and flavor of all the teas that I've had. It takes getting used to it but but after the first two tea bags I got hooked.Published 3 days ago by Ben D. G.
My wife loves this tea and our local stores stopped carrying it. This is an excellent way to get all the tea she would need.Published 3 days ago by cjm2222
Love it! Not to sweet and I make a bigger pitcher of this with 1 bag and a family size bag of the regular cold new tea. Finally am able to have my peach tea without the expense.Published 3 days ago by Tina