- Serving Size: 3.2g /cup
- Steeping Temp: 100°C
- Steeping Time: 5 mins.
- Certification: Organic
- Origin: Various
- Caffeine: Naturally caffeine-free
A combination of fruit pieces, beetroot and natural, organic flavouring fit for a superhero! Rich berry notes, crisp and lively citrus, sweet, earthy honeybush and playful notes of tropical fruits. This blend is perfect for all ages, and while we love to enjoy a hot cup of Superfruit, it tastes especially great iced!
Tasting NotesCertification: Organic
Grade or Quality: Loose
Aroma: Fruity, citrusy, sweet
Infusion Aroma: Fruity, citrusy, sweet
Infusion Color: Deep red
Base flavor: Fruity with notes of berries, citrus fruits, and a slight earthy note from honeybush
Infusion Strength: Medium
Have you tried Superfruit? Tell us what you think!
From the Shanti Tea Canada Blog
5 Healthy Iced Tea Recipes to Wow your Summer Guests - by Safiya Motala
Summer is around the corner, and that means BBQ’s, patios, and warm weather. It also means iced tea!
We really have fun with iced tea at Shanti Tea. Combining different teas, adding fruits, potentially adding booze… It’s easy to make great iced tea, and it’s generally healthier to drink iced tea than any other cold beverage (besides water). Many of our teas are sweet without sugars, so you can enjoy a sweet iced tea if you wish, with zero calories or sugar.
All of these recipes call for sparkling water, you can choose to omit that and just use cold, filtered water instead. Sparkling water is just there for the bubbles.
These are our favourite 5 recipes using healthy, organic ingredients from Shanti Tea.
Let’s start with an easy one. Banana Colada is delicious as is, it’s herbal (caffeine-free) and has all the refreshing flavours of the tropics. We made this as a one-time seasonal blend last year, but our customers loved it SO much we brought it back again for another year.
How to make delicious iced tea - by Shanti Tea
Spring is here, time to break out the iced tea!
There are quite a few methods for making iced tea, selecting the right method really depends on the tea leaves or herbs you are using to make the infusion. You can use any kind of tea or herb to make iced tea, but some are a bit more temperamental and require a bit more attention. Over the past years we’ve held quite a few iced tea-making workshops so some of our Ottawa customers are probably already familiar with a lot of these iced tea methods, but in case you need a refresher, read on. This guide is intended to help you figure out which method is best for your tea of choice. At the end of the guide will be some links to Shanti Tea’s Iced Tea Pouches, which will make iced tea-making this summer deliciously effortless.
Iced Tea Preparation: Read It In The Leaves
The most important factor which determines the...