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forest berriesRescue experts say that if you ever get separated from your party while hiking through the woods, your best bet is to stay where you are. You probably shouldn't eat the berries you find there, either. But, as long as you've got a cup of Forest Berries Black tea, you'll have nothing to worry about. Brisk Ceylon black tea, savory ripe summer berries create a tea with a comforting, sweet earthy aroma and deeply fruity flavor and finish.
Steep at 212° for 3 minutes.
forest berries teabags
ingredients & lore
blended with black tea, natural forest berries flavor, raspberry leaves, raspberries and strawberries
Forests are among the most complex ecosystems in the world, and they exhibit extensive vertical stratification. Conifer forests have the simplest structure: a tree layer rising to about 100 feet, a shrub layer that is spotty or even absent, and a ground layer covered with lichens and mosses. Deciduous forests are more complex; the tree canopy is divided into an upper and lower story. Most tiered are the rain forests, whose canopies are divided into at least three strata.