Triple Berry Vanilla Rooibos TeaOriginally published on October, 28th 2019. Last updated on March 12th, 2020 Skip to Recipe
Triple Berry Vanilla Rooibos Tea is sweet, refreshing, & filled with antioxidants. It’s the Elderberry syrup season, and I’ll be honest, I haven’t wanted to take my Elderberry syrup quite yet. In hopes of finding an alternative, I thought what better way than to make a batch of fresh tea that contained Elderberries and so much more, to sip on throughout the week. Of course, with all the magical powers attached.
A Rooibos Blend for Any Time of Year
This triple berry vanilla rooibos tea is beyond tasty, soothing, and is becoming one of my favorite blends to sip on any time of the year.
I enjoyed this blend at room temperature, yet if you live in cooler temperatures, you might want it iced. In Southern California, we are starting to get chilly mornings and evenings, but still hot throughout the day. Luckily, when it is cooler, I can heat up this tea and it still has the amazing flavor notes and subtle vanilla as if it was cold.
Make a Batch and Enjoy All Week
I prepped this tea in a large batch. Having a batch of tea ready for the week makes it easy to pour and enjoy throughout the workday while running from place to place. It’s also a way to trick myself into drinking more liquids, especially when I’m tired of drinking just water and want some more taste and herbs. Anyone else experience this from time to time?
Tips To Enjoy
My recommendations are to enjoy this Triple Berry Vanilla Rooibos Tea with a swirl of honey, or if you are sugar-free, you can add in stevia. My hopes are for this recipe is that it nourishes, boosts and grounds you!
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- In a big mason jar, fill up the bottom of the jars with the dry herbs.
- Add in boiling water.
- Steep for 10-30 minutes.
- Steep for 30 to get the full immune-boosting benefits of the elderberries.
- Strain out the herbs.
- Add in your sweetener.
- Enjoy right away or add ice if you want an iced version.
Nutrition Information:Yield: 6 Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Total Fat: 1gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 87.5mgCarbohydrates: 38.1gSugar: 14.8gProtein: 4.1g