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This tea is such a beautiful addition to your tea collection with a mulled wine feel to it (minus the wine part!).

It is delicious either served warm or cold over ice. 


This tea has a subtle spice flavour with the cinnamon and ginger and the berry accents come from the elderberry, hibiscus and rosehips.



- Elderberry 

- Hibiscus 

- Rosehip

- Ginger 

- Cinnamon 


Elderberry - This immune boosting herb is not only delicious but also works as an anti-inflammatory, antioxidant and antibacterial agent. Traditionally used as a medicinal food source, this berry packs a berry punch!


Hibiscus - this is a gorgeous herb that tastes delicious. Hibiscus is a powerful antioxidant, and there is increasing research as an antimicrobial agent.


Rosehip - rosehips have been used for centuries as a medicinal food source for a range of conditions including diarrhoea, bladder infections and diabetes. Nowadays we use rosehips for their vitamin C content and antioxidant properties.  


Ginger - Ginger is one of Natalie's favourite herb in the kitchen and also in clinical practice. Ginger is a powerful anti-inflammatory, it's warming, calming for the digestive system, supportive for the immune system and increases blood flow around the body. 


Cinnamon - Cinnamon is a great tasting culinary spice today and traditionally. The cinnamon adds the "spice" to this tea blend and makes it absolutely delicious.


This is a caffeine free blend. 

Spiced Berry Loose Leaf Tea

  • Warm Infusion: Place 1 teaspoon into an infuser, teapot or coffee plunger, cover with boiling water for 3-5 minutes and then serve. 


    Iced Tea: Place 1 teaspoon into an infuser, teapot or coffee plunger, cover with boiling water for 3-5 minutes. Store in fridge until cooled and serve over ice. 

  • Shipped within 2 business days using Sendle or Australia Post. 

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