Tisane

Tisanes, also known as herbal infusions, are blends of dried herbs, flowers, roots, nuts, fruits, and natural flavors that provide a bold and refreshing taste. Our herb and fruit blends incorporate hibiscus leaves and rosehips, offering the added benefit of naturally occurring Vitamin C. Tisanes are a delicious alternative to sugary beverages with chemical additives.

For different strength levels, steep the tisane in boiling water to your preferred intensity. For a stronger flavor, steep for a longer period, or for a lighter taste, steep for only a few minutes. For a refreshing summertime drink, pour over ice and serve. Some customers have even made frozen tisane popsicles as a sweet and appetizing treat.

Offer a tisane instead of soda or sugary juice and enjoy knowing you're quenching thirst naturally, without artificial ingredients. Below, we've provided the preferred ways to brew these delectable Tisanes:

Hot Tea Brewing Method:

  1. Place 1.5 teaspoons of Tisane per cup (or add 2.5 teaspoons for a teapot).
  2. Pour in boiling water and steep the tisane for 3-7 minutes (or longer for a more intense flavor).
  3. Pour into your cup and taste. Since Tisanes are naturally sweet, taste test first and add a small amount of sugar if desired.

Note: Do not add milk as it will curdle due to the ingredients in this blend.

Iced Tea Brewing Method: (Do Not Pour Hot Liquid Directly into a Glass Pitcher)

  1. To make 1 liter/quart: Place 12 teaspoons of any tisane into a teapot or heat-resistant pitcher.
  2. Pour 1 1/4 cups of freshly boiled water over the tea. While steeping for 5 minutes, quarter fill a serving pitcher with cold water.
  3. Pour the tea into your serving pitcher, straining the leaves.
  4. Add ice and top with cold water.

Tip: When preparing fresh brewed iced tea, double the strength of the hot tea since it will be poured over ice and diluted with cold water.