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Drink on a sunny day, with 60 fps sunscreen and a Labatt 50 if need be.
In this green tea, the currant takes center stage. Even better, because it doesn't "shine" much these days, unlike in the Middle Ages where it was particularly popular. It must be said that mangoes had not yet arrived at the supermarket at that time.
This tangy red fruit that looks like black currant doesn’t look compelling in its original form, but is delicious when cooked and sweetened or even as an infusion. The acidity gives it a refreshing and thirst-quenching quality. This tea combines currant with strawberry, to give it even more sweetness.