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Strawberry Kiwi Fruit Tea

Whether you're sipping it hot or iced, our Strawberry Kiwi Fruit Tea is your ticket to a juicy adventure. It's the perfect companion for a lazy afternoon, a picnic in the park, or simply whenever you crave a burst of fruity goodness.

A vibrant and fruity escape for your senses. This blend is a delightful symphony of apple, hibiscus, rosehip, strawberry, kiwi pieces, and natural flavors, creating a refreshing oasis in your teacup.

Cheers to the sweet and tangy symphony! 🍓🥝🍎

Caffeine Content



Apple, Hibiscus, Rosehip, Strawberry, Kiwi Pieces, Natural Flavours


Steep 3-5 mins, boiling water


Understanding Quantity

At Value Teas, we make it easy to understand how much tea you're getting and how many servings it provides. Here's a breakdown:

Quantity Equivalent Servings Supply Price per Cup
60g 30 cups 1 month supply 25 cents
250g 125 cups 4.16 month supply 20 cents

For our standard 60g and 250g quantities, you can easily calculate the number of servings, supply duration, and price per cup using the provided formula. Each cup of tea is equivalent to 2g, which is approximately 1 heaping teaspoon.

Sample packs follow the same formula as our standard quantities.

EXCEPTION: Please note that for peppermint and sleepy time chamomile, these teas are more fluffy and voluminous, resulting in different quantities:

If you have any questions or need further clarification, please feel free to contact us or click "Ask a question" to send your query.

Value Teas Shipping and Returns Policy

Value Teas Shipping Policy

We are a family-owned and operated small business based in Etobicoke, Ontario. Our journey began in the basement of our family home, and we now serve you with dedication. Our regular business hours are from Monday to Friday, 8 am to 4 pm. We cherish our weekends, so we're closed during that time. Occasionally, we might sleep in, but we always strive to provide you with the best service. Unlike our early days at Bampot House of Tea, we're now an online e-commerce-based business, and you can shop with us at your convenience.

If you're curious about our history and the journey of Drasko Sabaan, our founder, read our story here.

Shipping Information

At Value Teas, we aim to provide you with prompt and reliable delivery services. Please note our estimated delivery times:

  • Toronto: 1-2 business days
  • Ontario & Quebec: 2-3 business days
  • All Other Locations: 5+ business days

For customers in Toronto, we offer hand delivery within 1-3 business days, accompanied by email updates. If you're outside Toronto, your order will be shipped via trusted third-party carriers like Canada Post, UPS, and Can Par. Unfortunately, shipping delays beyond our control may occur when using these services.

During the holiday season, when shipping volumes are high, please anticipate potential delays. We provide tracking numbers to help you monitor the status of your shipment with our logistics partners.

Returns and Refunds

Our approach to returns and refunds is simple and customer-centric. If you're not completely satisfied with your order, please reach out to us via email or by submitting a message on our website. We are committed to addressing your concerns and ensuring your experience with Value Teas is exceptional.

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Tea Storage and Steeping Instructions

Tea Storage

Tea is surprisingly durable. Some teas can age for over a decade and still taste excellent. In fact, some aged teas are highly sought after and can be quite valuable. Proper storage helps, but tea doesn't truly expire.

If properly harvested and processed, tea leaves can remain in good condition for more than 20 years. Only flavored or blended teas with added essential oils might lose their aroma if not sealed correctly.

So, don't stress too much about storage. Use an airtight container, if possible, and store it in your cupboard. You can even repurpose an existing container.

Steeping Tips

Discovering your perfect cup of tea is an enjoyable journey. Experimenting with steeping times and techniques is part of the fun.

Steeping tea for about 2 minutes extracts most of the caffeine, tannins, and flavors. Longer steeping results in stronger caffeine content and a more bitter, astringent taste.

Hold your glass to the light while steeping to observe the gradual release of the tea liquor, the "tea elixir," from the leaves. It's a fascinating sight.

Tea Steeping Guidelines

Remember, these are just suggested starting points. To truly become a tea connoisseur, you'll need to experiment and find your own preferences.

Think of it as a rite of passage. You're not a true tea drinker until you no longer need a "tea steeping guide." Until then, you're just dipping your toes. Embrace the journey and enjoy the process of discovering the perfect cup of tea.

Tea Type Amount of Tea Leaves Water Temperature Steep Time
Black 1 heaping tsp. per 8oz. full boil (212°F) 2-7 minutes
Green 1 heaping tsp. per 8oz. steaming briskly (175-180°F) 1-3 minutes
Oolong 1 heaping tsp. per 8oz. full boil (212°F) 2-3 minutes
Herbal (and Rooibos) 1 heaping tsp. per 8oz. full boil (212°F) 5-10 minutes