Drinking tea after eating fruits can be dependent on the type of fruit you eat (more so than the tea you choose to drink). For instance, some fruits are extremely high in citric acid and therefore drinking an acidic tea (different version ofor ) may cause you to have too much acidity in your system. However, for most fruits, a cup of , or is a perfectly acceptable pairing and can certainly be consumed after eating the fruit. Lastly, fruits are a popular choice for breakfast and so is tea (and one may take tea after consuming the fruit) which clearly shows that tea can be consumed after eating fruits.
We would suggest the following fruit and tea pairings:
- Strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, blackberries and mangosteen:
- Strawberries can also been paired well with some lighter
- Bananas, mangoes and pineapples: and some
- Peaches, plums and Apricots:
- Citrus fruits: and blends work very well
Most iced teas (made from, or ) are usually flavoured with fruits/fruit infusions and pair excellently with almost all fruits. My personal favourites are pineapples, green apples, raspberries and peaches (when it comes to iced tea flavours and fruit pairs).
Note: We always recommend using onlyto brew any teas or make iced tea.