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APPLE AND MINT INFUSION - Top 5 Fruit flavour infusions! Surefire Winner!


Apple and Mint – Sweet and Menthol.

Apple and Mint may sound like an unusual combination, but the sweet, earthy apples perfectly match the menthol fresh minty vapours. This fruity herbal taste sensation is one of our most popular blends.

Delectable as an ice cold brew enjoyed on a warm summers day.

Apple and Mint is just one of our many Fruit infusions that will tantalise your tastebuds. All perfect as a hot or cold brew.

To step it up once more, why not brew strong and use a mixer with your favourite tipple like this Apple Mojito. Cheers… You’re welcome!!

If you like the taste of our Apple & Mint Infusion then why not try our equally delicious fruity flavours such as our totally tropical Mango Mash Up or our Sweet and sour Blackcurrant and Liquorice Infusion.


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Mug InfuserMagic Teapot - Tea Maker


Apple and Mint

Sweet Apple meets Menthol


Fruit & Herbal Infusion




3-5 Minutes


Does not contain caffeine


Multi Origin


Use 1 Teaspoon per cup – Add a drop of honey to sweeten.


Apple Pieces,Pineapple Cubes (Pineapple,Sugar),Peppermint,Acidifying Agent,Citric Acid,Flavouring,Freeze,dried Apple Pieces

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Loose Box Net Wt 175g, Loose Bag Net Wt 750g


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Question: Are your pyramid tea bags degradable? Answer: YES.

Question: Are your pyramid teabags compostable? Answer: YES.

Polylactic acid or PLA is a thermoplastic aliphatic polyester derived from renewable resources, such as corn starch, tapioca roots, chips or starch, or sugarcane. This is degradable and is considered compostable. PLA doesn’t disappear overnight, it requires a good temperature to help it degrade. This is why we recommend that you put used pyramid tea bags into your local council compost and don’t just throw them in the garden.

If you really want to help the environment we suggest you use loose leaf teas.

We offer more variety of loose leaf teas and loose blends are always less expensive than our tea pyramids.