Bursting with nutrients and summer goodness our Acerola Cherry tea is a blend of Acerola (a cherry-like berry grown in Mexico, Barbados, and India), premium figs, and the sour cherry for extra tartness.
Supported by a black tea base, this fruity beverage is a perfect refresher in the afternoon or severed cool over ice.
How to brew it?
To serve, take 3-5g (2-3 teaspoons) and brew with boiling water. Let it infuse for 3-5 mins.
What is Acerola cherry?
The acerola cherries, also known as Barbados cherries or West Indian cherries, are generally 1 centimeter to 1 inch in diameter and are orange-red to ruby red in color. BTW, while they're called "cherries" and look a lot like bings or maraschinos, acerola are technically cherry-like berries. Their flavor is tart, thanks to all that vitamin C. Cup for cup, acerola cherries have 50 to 100 times more Vitamin C than oranges or lemons!