Fruit Teas

What makes a fruit tea really tasty?
The simple answer is real fruit.

Fruit teas are conventionally made from unprocessed fruits. Our teas contain no artificial flavours and offer only the highest quality ingredients and fruit juice concentrates. They are naturally sweet but do not have the overpowering sweetness of sugar. Fruit Tea is made by cutting or grating the chosen fruits into small pieces and then drying them. The teas are produced by blending a variety of dried fruits, and some contain up to ten different ingredients. The skill in blending the mix is to achieve the right balance and the perfect taste experience.

Fruit teas are made using a wide variety of fruits including pieces of apple, hibiscus, rosehip, strawberry, raspberry, cherry, blueberry and many more. Apple, rosehip and hibiscus are probably the most used components in fruit teas. Hibiscus offers a fruity tart note and a deep red colour, like our Hibiscus Blossoms Tea.

Fruit Teas Lifestyle 

Fruit Teas Vs Traditional Teas

Traditional teas, such as black tea come from the Camellia Sinensis plant and naturally contain caffeine. Fruit teas however come from the peel, roots, petal or leaves from a wide range of fruits and are naturally caffeine free. They offer a very different tea tasting experience to traditional teas. One of the great features of fruit teas is they can be served hot or cold.


Benefits of Fruit Tea

Often, we can feel sluggish midday, and our first reaction is to grab coffee or unhealthy sugary snack. This isn’t ideal to try to fight the slump with unhealthy choices. Fruit teas are packed with flavour and will satisfy your sweet tooth cravings. All fruit tea will help you consume the necessary water intake throughout your day. Not only are fruit teas ultra-hydrating, but they will not dehydrate you like coffee does.

One of the main benefits of drinking fruit tea is that they contain high levels of antioxidants. These antioxidants possess a wide range of health benefits including the strengthening of the immune system, improved complexion, reducing the effects of aging and more. Fruit Tea is often high in Vitamin C which comes with a number of benefits such as regulating blood pressure, a healthier heart and more. We also believe drinking fruit tea is a relaxing and tasteful experience. We believe everyone can enjoy the wonderful tastes and experience of drinking fruit teas.



Key Fruits

Apple - Dried apple is one of the key ingredients in fruit teas. It acts as a sweet yet tart baseline which works in harmony with almost all other components. Our teas contain real apple pieces which are air-dried then blended, creating a flavoursome background. 

Hibiscus - Hibiscus is yet another key baseline ingredient in many fruit teas. Created from the flower's calyces, when brewed, the infusion omits a deep red colour and a sour cranberry-like flavour. Hibiscus is now being researched, and initial tests suggest that because it is packed with antioxidants, it may lead to lowering of blood pressure, aid in weight loss and had bacteria-fighting properties.

Rosehip - Originating from the rosacea family, rosehips are the little bulbous red fruits that remain after the rosehip bush has finished flowering. Renowned in the countries it grows, it is jampacked full antioxidants with the presence of vitamin C, flavonoids, carotenoids, polyphenols, catechins and other phytochemicals. The flavour is mild, sweet and aromatic, and works in harmony with other ingredients.




Fruit teas can be an excellent drink for children as they can experience a wide range of flavours without any added sugar. Fruit teas can replace squash, pop and other sugary drinks and sweetened with honey if necessary.





Rhubarb Cream Loose-Leaf Tea

A heavenly fruity and fresh rhubarb blend tea rounded off with the delicate sweetness of real bourbon vanilla.
The creamy and sweet rhubarb tea infusion contains rhubarb and apple pieces, hibiscus, rosehip peel, pineapple, mango and papaya bits, with fragrant marigold blossoms.

Rhubarb Cream loose leaf tea



Red Fruit Pudding Loose-Leaf Tea

Red Fruit Pudding tea will help you to hydrate with full flavour and fun. Ideal for hot or cold brewing, the blend contains real elderberries, hibiscus, currants, blackcurrants and blueberries. The juicy fruit tea infusion is seriously good and reminiscent of homegrown berry compote. We recommend brewing Red Berries for 8 -10 minutes.

Red Fruit Pudding loose leaf tea



Fruit Tea Gift Set

Deck the halls with bough of tea with our Fruit Tea gift set!

A delicious fruit tea, stylish tea caddy and handy tea timer

Fruit Tea Gift Set

The Fruit Tea Gift Set contains:

100g Rhubarb Cream - A creamy, sweet rhubarb infusion to satisfy the palette. Caffeine free.

Wenke Tea Caddy 100g - White tea caddy with red and blue bird design.

Paradox Soul Tea Timer - This hourglass timer flows from top to bottom as it is filled with real glass beads.



Teavelope Copa Cabana Organic Tea Bags

Our organic Copa Cabana tea is a sweet-scented tropical fruit tea infusion which will take you on an exotic journey to Copacabana. The fruitiness of the rosehip, apples, hibiscus, orange and blackberry are expertly blended to create a fruity tea you’ll love. Each tea bag is individually wrapped in an aroma protection sachet for perfect freshness. 

Teavelope Copa Cabana teabags



Organic Passion Fruit Loose-Leaf Tea

Our Passion Fruit Organic fruit tea is a deliciously fascinating organic infusion. Naturally caffeine-free, the herbal and fruity blend contains olive leaves, lemongrass, apple, mango, papaya, passionflower and marigold petals. This delicious tea is one of our favourites! 

Passion Fruit Organic loose leaf tea



Cherry Dreams Loose-Leaf Tea

Cherry Dreams is a truly fruity infusion. With deep cherry flavours and a hint of mint, this refreshing tea contains 20% of cherry pieces and elderberries, blueberries, rosehip, elderflowers, blackberry leaves and cranberry. To counteract the sweetness of the cherries, mint is perfectly blended to ensure ideal flavour in the cup. 

Cherry Dreams loose leaf tea



Wild Fruits Organic Loose-Leaf Tea

Our organic Wild Fruits tea is a summer berry infusion of delicious red fruits. The hibiscus, rosehip, apple, mixed berry leaves, liquorice and raspberry pieces offer a hybrid of tartness thanks to the hibiscus and a summery sweetness of the berries. 

Wild Fruits Organic loose leaf tea




Teavelope Lemon Sky Fruit Tea Bags

Another hugely popular fruit infusion, our Lemon Sky is an explosion of lemony freshness. This tea is lively, invigorating and citrusy with real lemon juice and lemongrass. Each tea bag is individually wrapped in an aroma protection sachet for perfect freshness. 

Teavelope Lemon Sky teabags



Tea Tasting Selection Fruit Infusions Tea Bags

If you still can’t make up your mind, why not try our Top 10 Fruit Infusions which have been especially selected by our tea experts.

Tea Tasting Selection - Fruit Tea bags

Apple Quince - Fruit infusion with apple, quince and lemongrass. Light in colour with a slightly tart yet sweet note.

Fine Pear - Tasteful pears infuse to a mellow sweet and mild yet refreshing drink.

Strawberry- Raspberry - Fresh summer berries enhanced with a hint of strawberry and raspberry juice.

Fit & Fruit - A delicious and refreshing mango infusion, it has an intense aroma with a delicately sweet and exotic flavour.

Fresh and Cheeky - A flavoured tea with intense wild berry flavours

Grapefruit Punch - A sparkling fruit tea, fresh like a fruit punch.

Red Fruit Pudding - Full bodied fruity infusion made from native berries with raspberry and cherry taste

Lemon Twist - Sparkling, refreshing fruit drink with two types of lemon fruit.

Black Elderberry - Elderberries and elderflowers, finished with fine apple, lemon and rose petals.

White Peach - Light, pleasant and soft blend of sweet white peach taste and fresh lemon myrtle.

All are naturally caffeine free.



How to Brew Fruit Tea Infusions

One of the most important aspects of brewing fruit teas is giving the brew enough time to infuse. Brewing time is typically 8 to 10 minutes, and please trust us when we say it's worth the wait!

How to brew fruit teas

  • Boil fresh filtered water
  • Place your fruit infusion in a tea strainer, infuser or teapot. Allow a heaped teaspoon per cup.
  • Pour the freshly boiled hot water over the tea
  • Steep the tea for 8-10 minutes
  • Strain the tea
  • Serve


All of our fruit tea infusion are delicious served either hot or cold. For a cold brew, leave to cool completely and serve as iced fruit tea with ice and if it's a special occasion, a dash of gin!




Posted by cup of tea admin
16th November 2020

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