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Super

“Blaggers heaven”

published 14/10/2004

caffeine free, tastes gorgeous

tags come off easily on individually wrapped bags,...

NAME OF DRINK: Twinings Infusions Echinacea & Raspbery flavoured teabags – the tag line states it is a “gentle yet reviving blend with a fruity twist”. These are naturally caffeine free and come either in a box of 20 loose teabags or as part of one of their selection boxes wrapped individually...

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Super

“No need for milk”

published 22/10/2003

Lovely hot

Awful cold

A free sample of Twinings Echinacea and Raspberry Tea arrived on my doormat one morning and I have finally decided to try it. I have drunk herbal teas before, but I’m not keen on all the flavours and was reluctant to try this one because I have never heard of Echinacea. I decided to look it up in...

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Good

“Tea that's Good for you”

published 18/12/2004

Quick & Tasty

Not so sweet

Twinings Infusions are a range of fruit teas that have been created as a caffeine free and natural hot drink. There are a lot of different varieties of these fruity teas but the one I have tried is Echinacea & Raspberry Flavour. A few other varieties are: Cranberry, Raspberry and Elderflower...

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Excellent

“Get fruity with me!”

published 23/10/2004

Tastes great, reasonable price, easy to make.

None providing you like raspberries!

BACKGROUND INFORMATION As I explained in my recent review of Camomile Herbal Tea I have decided to try a new eating plan, which my sister Helen (Pagan to you) had recommended; this involved cutting out wheat, yeast, milk and all stimulants. I have been trying a few of the different herbal and...

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Super

“Healthy but sour fruit tea”

published 07/02/2010

natural, caffeine free

too sour for me

Twinings Echinacea & Raspberry Tea comes in a pink cardboard box with a pale pink Echinacea flower and some raspberries on it. Above the fruits there is a big Twinings logo. This tea is available in most of the supermarkets for 97 pence. The box contains 20 teabags. What is Echinacea? It has a...

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“I'll be a convert yet!”

published 22/01/2004

Taste and smell are amazing

Supermarket bought bags are not tagged if bought a...

Having just returned from a weekend at a health spa I was feeling “good” and decided that I would try and cut down on my caffeine intake but I fancied a hot drink and do not like decaffeinated products. At the back of the cupboard I happened upon a singly-wrapped fruit tea. The problem with fruit...

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Super

“Fruity, hot and tasty”

published 26/01/2007

Tasty, fruity and caffeine free

Not everyone likes raspberries

If you want a change now and again from traditional tea and coffee there are now a wide range of herbal infusions available in supermarkets which make a tasty and somewhat healthier alternative. Twinings have been making teas for over 300 years and not only do they sell traditional and speciality...

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Excellent

“Echeshia and Raspberry”

published 25/09/2007

no caffine, natural, several health benefits

none

I recenlty bought this tea due to me and my housemate going on a detox and giving up caffine, this tea is absolutely gorgeous. You get 20 tea bags per box which is more than enough to last you for a while (unless of course you drink it instead of drinking anything else). You brew it like any...

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