Darvilles of Windsor Raspberry & Ginseng Tea Bags (Best By Jun 2022)

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Darvilles of Windsor Raspberry & Ginseng Tea in a Box of 25 Individually Wrapped Tea Bags

Get the reviving and health benefits of ginseng expertly blended with the refreshing taste of raspberry. It also makes an excellent iced tea. A unique tea that also is naturally caffeine-free.

Watch This Video to Make the Best Raspberry & Ginseng Iced Tea Ever (recipe is below the video)

Its So Easy To Make Best Raspberry & Ginseng Iced Tea Ever
Here is how you can make best Raspberry & Ginseng Iced Tea in only a few minutes. You are going to need Darvilles of Windsor Raspberry & Ginseng Tea. A good iced tea begins with good tea and Darvilles, holder of a UK royal warrant, is among the best.


4 Tea Bags
16 ounces of boiled water
3 teaspoons of lemon juice
16 ounces of cold water

First, using freshly boiled water and the 4 tea bags, brew 16 ounces of tea. Steep for 3 to 5 minutes and then remove the tea bags. Transfer the tea to a pitcher and allow to cool. Then, add 3 teaspoons of lemon juice and the amount of sweetener you prefer. Stir to dissolve. Next, add the 16 ounces of cold water and chill. Add ice, garnish with lemon slices and fresh mint if desired. Drink and enjoy.

To Make the Perfect Cup of Darvilles Raspberry & Ginseng Tea:
Always fill your kettle with fresh, cold water every time you make tea. If you use previously boiled water, all the oxygen in the water will be gone by the time it boils a second time. The oxygen in the water is necessary to bring out the full flavor in a cup of tea.

Place 1 tea bag in a cup and pour over freshly boiled water. Leave to infuse for 3 to 5 minutes, according to taste. Sweeten if desired. Since this is an herbal tea,it is best not to add milk.  Drink and enjoy.

Hibiscus (45%), Rosehips (16.85%), Orange Peels (11%), Blackberry Leaves (10%), Lemon Peels (5%), Raspberry Leaves (4%), Citric Acid (4%), Flavorings (3.15%), Rasperry Fruit Granules (.5%) and Ginseng Root (.5%).

Brand History:
Darvilles of Windsor

A family-business for 6 generations, Darvilles of Windsor supplies the Queen of England with tea. Darvilles of Windsor first opened a tea shop and grocery store in 1860.

Darvilles of Windsor holds a Royal Warrant, which means the company supplies goods to the UK Royal Household. The Royal Warrant is a recognition of quality and service. Darvilles first obtained the Royal Warrant from King George VI in 1946. Darvilles is one of the oldest companies to hold a Royal Warrant.

Specialty Teas from Darville are well-known in the UK and now throughout the world. The teas are even sold at the Queen's Royal Windsor Farm Shop. Darvilles offer a selection of Traditional Blend, Fruit & Herb Infusions and Organic Green Teas. The Traditional Blends come in packages showing old paintings of Windsor Castle.

A distinctive range of fine specialty teas, Darvilles offers the tea connoisseur quality and taste from Windsor, England.