The New Fun and Fruity Iced Tea Collection
It’s officially summer time and what better way to welcome the season than with a new Iced Tea collection!
Each year, we release a variety of Fun & Fruity iced teas that can be enjoyed during the hottest of summer days. Of course, almost any tea can be enjoyed either hot or cold…but here we’re focusing on those refreshing, local fruits that have come into season. Succulent peaches are beyond juicy and local lavender farms are bountiful and full of aromatic flowers.
This year, our R2R Botanical shop has two new varieties of refreshing teas for you, along with the return of last year's most popular blends. These 4 blends are even available as pre-bagged options, creating a new and easy way to enjoy this iced tea collection. Yum!
And as always, our Fun & Fruity tea blends are caffeine free and, like everything in our shop, have many additional health benefits too.
Fruity Lavender Lemon Herbal
This bright herbal blend is a delight to the senses with an intoxicating aroma, smooth citrusy flavor, and soft whispers of lavender! Get it right here.
Ingredients: Apple Pieces, Lemon Grass, Rose Hips, Lavender, Orange, Blue Cornflowers & Natural Lemon Flavor
Turmeric Delight Herbal
The fruity flavor balances the earthiness of the turmeric (which is widely popular for its health benefits), while ginger and peppercorn enliven your senses! Get it here.
Ingredients: Apple Pieces, Orange, Ginger, Cinnamon, Turmeric, Rose Hips, Black Peppercorn, Mango Pieces & Flavor, Natural Orange Flavor, Marigold Flowers
Hibiscus Berry Bomb Herbal
This delightful blend of berries, natural fruits, and spices creates a sweet summertime treat! Get some here.
Ingredients: Rose Hips, Hibiscus, Cranberries, Natural Forest Berries Flavor & Blueberries
Dragon Fruit Herbal
Dragonfruit brings its mouthwatering, refreshingly sweet flavor into this part of our iced tea collection. It’s a delicious and uniquely flavored tea and is excellent when iced! Buy some here.
Ingredients: Apple Pieces, Rose Hips, Hibiscus, Lemon Verbena, Orange, Dragonfruit Flavor, Dragonfruit, Pineapple Pieces, Strawberries, Marigold Flowers & Rose Petals
Blood Orange Herbal
This naturally sweet blend is rich, hearty, and tangy, with a good balance between dry orange peel and juicy fruit! Get it right here.
Ingredients: Orange, Hibiscus, Rose Hips & Natural Orange Flavor
Tropical Peach Herbal
This sunny herbal tea blends the refreshing zesty flavors of the tropics! It’ll make you feel like you’re relaxing on the beach. Get some here!
Ingredients: Apple Pieces, Orange, Natural Peach Flavor, Peach Pieces, Pineapple Pieces, Mango Pieces, Rose Petals, Strawberries & Papaya Flavor
Tips on Easily Preparing Our Iced Tea Collection:
Large Tea Bags:
Simply place a quart-sized pouch in a pitcher of water and refrigerate overnight. For quicker preparation, steep in hot water for five to ten minutes and add ice. Each pouch makes one quart (four glasses) of tea. Fresh-brewed tea gives a superior taste you’ll love to enjoy.
Loose Leaf Sun Tea preparation:
Use 1/4 cup of the loose-leaf tea for each quart of water. Place the tea in a glass jar filled with water. Cap jar loosely and place in sunshine to steep for 3-4 hours. Strain your tea to remove the spent herbs. Refrigerate within 1 hour. Discard leftover tea after 36 hours.
Like all offerings in the R2R Botanicals shop, this iced tea collection can offer a variety of medicinal benefits too. Of course, each of us has a different story–so your health needs will differ from your neighbors. If you have a lot of health issues, ask you ND, Herbalist, or practitioner about these herbs or others you’re unsure of. We will be able to guide you in picking what’s best for you! You can also book a consultation here.
Lastly, don’t forget to grab a delicious and refreshing iced tea to get you through the summer!
*For educational purposes only. This information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. (Because why would we want to do that?)