Strawberry Fields

Berries & Kid-Friendly  

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Just like The Beatles' song, this whimsical herbal tea will soothe and delight the soul. The naturally caffeine-free herbal tea is made from a blend of fruits & flowers. It's a perfect tea for the whole family, and makes a great iced tea. You can add sweetener to further accent the fruit flavors or drink it sans sugar for a more crisp cup.


  • Loose Leaf Fruit Tea
  • Sample ~ 5 servings
  • Bulk 1/4 LB ~ 50 servings
  • Bulk 1 LB ~ 220 servings
  • 100% Naturally Caffeine-Free

Ingredients: cranberries, hibiscus, blueberries, cherries, strawberries, black currants, raspberry & strawberry flavoring

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Price: $4.00

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Steeping Guide
1 tsp
6-7 min
Per 8 oz. water
  • Naturally Caffeine-Free
  • Blend of Real Fruits
  • Hydrating
  • * These statements have not been evaluated by the Food & Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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    My kids and I love this tea. We've been drinking it daily this summer. It's very light, refreshing, and fruity. Definitely kid-approved! —Alligirl
    This tea smells so sweet upon first smell, but the taste is rather tart. Due to the bitter taste, I brew the tea with mint and I love it. I prefer to drink this tea cold, making it perfect as a summer drink!—Stephanie
    I have never liked tea in my life: hot tea, iced tea, chai, sweet, or unsweet. Then I went to a tea tasting and had this one and others. This was the only one I liked. I just LOVED it. I found it on this website and have bulk ordered it and now subscribe to receive the strawberry fields tea monthly. It's that good.—Cristina
    I absolutely love using this tea in the cold steeping bottle. —Debbie
    I love fruity herbal teas,this blends knocks it out of the park and has quickly become my go to when I want a nice cold steeped pitcher of fruity goodness. I would recommend this to everybody!—msdarko
    This unique blend definitely had a kick to it. the flavor was so intense and yummy! I prefer it cold. I have never encountered such a blast of flavor in a tea. I could not even explain had to have my kids try it and they to were impressed by the tea's flavor.—jade
    I love, love this tea and keep it steeped cold in the fridge, at all times. Compared to anything other than water, it's the next best alternative for a refreshing drink!—dw2662
    Love this tea cold steeped, it reminds me of kool-aid and satisfies my sweetooth!—K & A
    I'd been buying the herbal hibiscus for a while and thought I would try the Strawberry Fields. What a great complement to the sharp flavor of the Hibiscus. This may become my favorite tea!!!—MB
    I was expecting this to brew up sweet but was pleasantly surprised to find it puckery and distinctly tart! The first infusion, steeped at 10 minutes (I don't know whether it's the difference in climate between Boulder and my desert city, but I've always needed a longer brewing time than the Tea Spot recommends), the color is a rosy red, lighter than full strength hibiscus tea, tasting of hibiscus and very little else. I got a nice sour but no fruit and gave it a preliminary rating of two stars. Where were all the other fruit components??? I decided to wait another 10 minutes before pouring the next cup. By the 20 minute mark, the cranberry, currant and strawberry flavors had emerged. The other fruit notes remained in the background. I couldn't specifically make them out, but there was discernably more depth of flavor as well as body to the brew. The tea in the cup had a much deeper color, closer to blackberry. My rating went up to 3.5. It seemed to me the flavors were still developing so I waited another 20 minutes before drinking the rest of the pot. At that point what poured from the spout was more of an elixir than a tea, dark blackberry in color, jammy-tasting with complex layers of berry so thoroughly melded that I couldn't separate what was what. Spectacular! Definitely five star. Round Two (now realize that I steeped the heck out of the first infusion) yielded the standard sort of watery, tart, hibiscus-predominant, fruit-scented tea you get from a tea bag bought at the store. Perfectly nice and drinkable. Third infusion? Well, I shouldn't have tried. It was basically rose-tinged water by then, not bad though. The first "stew" is the prize if you can wait long enough for the magic to happen. —Sophie
    It doesn't get much better than this tea. If you are a strawberry fan it's a MUST TRY! —Amber
    I just love this tea. However, I don't drink it straight, I like to mix it with Assam tea as I like black teas. Straight herbal teas are too watery tasting for me. When friends come over I hide this tea as I like too keep this tea for myself. I do not taste lemon as others have mentioned, thank goodness as I do not like lemon in tea. This makes a wonderful glass of ice tea which is how I drink most of my tea.—Oh myyy goodness
    I actually picked on this tea and ate the dried fruits because it smelled so fruity and inviting! It was surprisingly tasty without the hot water! I think I'll try it in a tea next time!—Dawne
    While there is definite berry flavor and aroma, this tea taste overwhelmingly of lemon. I expect this is due to a very large quantity of hibiscus. I didn't care for it at all.—Janice M
    I just received this tea in this quarter's herbal tea club box, and it is the first hibiscus blend that I have ever actually liked. It tastes a bit like a tart kool-aid. I haven't tried it iced yet, but I expect it to be great. One note if your blood pressure is low like mine: I got moderate headaches with both cups that I've drank so far (I admittedly brewed them stronger than directed). This might be related to the hibiscus's side effect of lowering blood pressure. I think a BP drop caused by the tea might have triggered the headaches and mild lightheadedness (similar to what happens when you stand up too fast after sitting for a long time). Both cleared up within an hour of drinking the tea. I doubt this is common in most people, but I thought I would mention it. I plan to brew this weaker than I typically would in the future (the flavor is really strong, so I'm sure it will still taste good thinner) and maybe limit how much I drink in a single day.—Anna
    I purchased a sample and I just tried it today. It's "berry" flavorful and with a heaping teaspoon (as suggested) I was able to get two cups by resteeping it. I added a little sugar but it doesn't really need it. Two thumbs up! —Lorna08
    love this tea!!—allie
    I love this tea... the color, the aroma, the taste, the name. I bought it because of the name. I will buy it again. IT IS AWESOME.. I cannot say enough about it. I am speechless. it is so good.—D McCraw
    This is such an amazing tea! It's delicious hot or cold, which is good in case you forget you have it lying around.... :) I recommend this tea to everyone I know who drinks tea, and even those that don't. It's probably my favorite tea. Strawberry Fields forever!—Andrea
    I can honestly say that this is an absolutely luscious tea. It contains few carbohydrates, but it tastes very similar to a great fruit juice, wich has as many carbohydrates and sugar as Coca-cola. —Jen
    This tea is like fresh jam in liquid form. Its amazing warm or cold! The cranberries and currants provide depth, while the raspberry and strawberry provide some brightness!—Mel
    Amazing tea! Smells and tastes delicious. I brewed as an iced tea. Love that it has no caffeine. WIll definitely purchase again.—Stacy
    Wonderful tea! Very bold berry flavor, and a little goes a long way. I couldn't believe how dark the brew turned out with just a few bits of dried berries. Doesn't even need any sweetener. Hands down, the best herbal tea I've had, and I'm totally getting more when I use up my sample.—Lindsay Mack
    I've been buying this lovely fruit tea from Teaspot for 5 years, and making iced tea for all the kids and their friends. Now everyone asks for it, and it's our specialty!—Marcia Willis