Moonlight Parade

Fruit Tisane – Herbal Tea (Caffeine-Free)
Signature Tastes




delicate fruit nectar



Moonlight Parade

A merry troop of handsome elderberries, lovely apples, and jovial carrots gather together with fragrant petals and leaves in this enchanting brew that won’t chase away dreams. A few white sugar crystals to sweeten, and it is the perfect nectar for a moonlit eve. Please note that this tea does not take any milk.


Steeping Directions

Learn how to make “Moonlight Parade” to enjoy at home!

Basic

water at a simmer or a rolling boil (~180-212° F)

1 tsp tea leaves per 6 oz. water (standard teacup)

~ 2 3 4 minutes: Drain tea strainer, serve, and enjoy!

white sugar will complement, but this tea does not take milk.

Tea Tip: When preparing for children, steep with water at a simmer so it is not too hot for young mouths.

Iced

water at a rolling boil (~212° F)

4 Tbsp tea leaves (2 qt. pitcher)

~ 2 3 4 minutes: Drain tea strainer

white sugar to sweeten, stirred in while hot

Chill and/or add ice cubes, serve, and enjoy!

Tea Tip: To avoid diluting your iced tea, make the ice cubes out of the tea you are preparing!

Connoisseur

water at a rolling boil (~212° F)

2 Tbsp tea leaves (32 oz. water / medium-sized teapot)
2 23 Tbsp tea leaves (48 oz. water / large-sized teapot)

~ 1 minute: pause timer, drain tea strainer, return, continue steeping

~ 1 1 4 minutes: start tasting every 15 seconds, steeping to your preference

~ 2 3 4 minutes: recommended steep time for “Moonlight Parade.” Drain tea strainer, serve, and enjoy!

white sugar will complement, but this tea does not take milk.

Tea Tip: Taste by pouring only a quarter inch of tea into the cup.

At Teatime

Request this tea to be served as one of the three teas at your teatime reservation!
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At Home

Purchase this loose leaf tea in our market!

2 oz. / $6 95
4 oz. / $10 90

 

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