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Mountain Berry

Mountain Berry
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Naturally free of caffeine this blend of dried fruit, herbs and flower petals has quickly become one of our most popular.

Deep rich red color and robust fruit character with a subtle tartness adds to the invigorating taste experience, which we especially like iced.

Mountain Berry Tea Type: Herbals

Ingredients: hibiscus flower, rose hips, orange peel, cornflower petals, blueberries

Mountain Berry Caffeine Strength:
ZeroCoffee
          

+ Herbals Brewing Tips

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3 oz.$9.95
40 Cups,  25 cents per cup
8 oz.$23.90
100 Cups, Save 10%
16 oz.$42.45
200 Cups, Save 20%
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Product Packaging

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1 oz. Reusable Tins

3 - 8 - 16 oz
black reseal bags




User reviews

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Mountain Berry (Tuesday, February 04, 2014)
Reviewer: Roy

One of my favorites and I add Goji berries to this for a super brew. A super color and aroma. fyi, I have often been asked by friends "How do you eat Goji Berries"? simply place the dried berries in water an allow to hydrate and mix with cereals, yogurt or use in the blender with your favorite juices. They are rich in nutritional value.

Delicious Hot or Cold! (Monday, July 08, 2013)
Reviewer: Anne

I'm so glad I decided to buy the Mountain Berry tea. It's wonderful hot or cold, sweetened or not. My suggestion is to add fresh lemon slices and basil or mint leaves for a fantastic cooling drink.

yummy iced (Monday, July 01, 2013)
Reviewer: mary

this the is a great alternative to lemonade, great as cold brewed icetea

One of the best (Monday, January 21, 2013)
Reviewer: Lorie

One of my fav teas from Teas Etc.

Too Fruity for me ? (Monday, May 09, 2011)
Reviewer: Michael

recieved as a sample with my order. I guess I am a tea drinker and not a "fruit punch" person. Way too fruity for me. Maybe I will blend some to give another pot of tea a Hibiscus hint?

I love TeasEtc herbals (Tuesday, February 08, 2011)
Reviewer: Judy

Once again Teas Etc comes through with a versatile herbal packed with layers of flavors. When brewing for iced tea, i make two batches from one measure of tea - brewing the second batch a little longer. After the two brews, I add the herbal tea to the iced tea pitcher because I love the look of the herbs floating in the tea. I use a tea strainer when pouring. Also very tasty hot. The 1 oz. tin is a perfect gift for guests who comment how much they love it.

mountain berry (Tuesday, February 01, 2011)
Reviewer: teri

Nice Flavor. I enjoyed that. I will order that again :0)

Mountain berry tea (Friday, January 07, 2011)
Reviewer: Svetlana

The best tea I ever tried!!! So powerful fruity taste, I just can not get enough of it.

Starbucks Passion Fruit tea... move over (Tuesday, June 29, 2010)
Reviewer: WENDY

This one has you beat. Color is bright red and flavor is just amazing.

tart (Saturday, June 12, 2010)
Reviewer: cheryl

This is a refreshing, tart tea. It's a good choice for warm weather. Because it is tart, I need to add a spoonful of honey. I drink it warm but my husband likes it cold.

Just OK (Wednesday, June 09, 2010)
Reviewer: Lynn

I didn't love this tea. The flavor was a little too soft for me. I needed a little more zip but if you like lighter teas, this might be perfect for you.

soooothing...... (Wednesday, December 30, 2009)
Reviewer: Margo

This tea is enjoyed in the afternoon. Great flavor... like perfume with many layers.

Mountian Berry (Monday, January 12, 2009)
Reviewer: Roy Davis

This is an excellent change of pace tea. It is rich with flavor and color. I use this tea at least 3 times a week and is also good mixed with Triple Berry and Orange Zinger. I have found all of the Teas Etc. that I have purchased to be of great quality and taste.

Good - cool or warm (Tuesday, December 09, 2008)
Reviewer: Gail

This is a nicely blended tea, and seems more refreshing completely cooled or cold. Otherwise, I like it hot only with a long brew. During blueberry season, I add a few extra real crushed blueberries to make the berry flavor more robust.

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