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Tropical Tea Blend

Tropial Tea Blend

I made this tea blend when it was non stop raining earlier in the summer. It is pretty comforting when I’m sat inside at work on a beautiful day and stuck inside on the weekend on a miserable day.

I’ve kept the recipe for this tea blend relatively simple. The dried fruit provides most of the flavor once the tea is infused in hot water. I got the idea from a past visit to Teavana. When you walk in they invite you to sniff the tea. I went in once and they showed me the dried fruit in the tea.

Tropial Tea Blend

You could also add toasted coconut. I used a box of darjeeling tea as I had one laying around at home. I would suggest a black tea (or even a green tea) that’s not super strong. You wouldn’t want to over power the fruit

Tropical Tea Blend

Tropical Tea Blend

Ingredients

Ingredients

1 box black tea (not super strong)

100g dried tropical fruit blend

1 tsp pineapple extract

Instructions

  1. In a medium sized bowl mix all of the ingredients together. Pour into a tea canister and shake a few times. Store in a cool dry place for 24 hours before using.
http://www.americancupcakeabroad.com/beverages/tropical-tea-blend

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1 Comment

  1. I haven’t really thought about making my own tea blend before! I might give it a go! This sounds lovely.

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