Bael (Aegle marmelos L), also known as Japanese Bitter Orange, Stone Apple, and Wood Apple - is an extremely popular sweet drink in both India and Thailand that is great both hot or cold.
The Bael Fruit tree takes around 11 months to ripen, and when it does - actually getting to the fruit can pose quite a challenge as this is one hard fruit! Once opened, one is rewarded with a taste and fragrance that can be described as 'sweet, aromatic and pleasant, although tangy and slightly astringent'.
Please note that this tea does contain a very small amount of small 'string fibres' - which is a part of the fruit itself.
A fruit considered holy in India, and commonly planted around temples.
For more information on the benefits of Bael Tea, read our article here!
This tea is due back in stock in May 2019.