Raspberry Tea with Miracle Berries

Want to drink a natural beverage that is easy to make and packed with health benefits? Brew some raspberry tea! Raspberries contain a high level of vitamins and nutrients. These include anthocyanins that provide the body with anti-inflammatory effects, helping to reduce the discomfort linked to arthritis, gout, and other inflammatory problems. The antioxidants ellagic acid and quercitin are also found in raspberries and fight against bacteria and fungi in the body. Additionally, raspberries have been found to offer protection against the development of some types of cancer and improve the strength and health of the heart and circulatory system.

To keep this recipe super healthy, no sugar is added. Instead, we recommend drinking it after allowing one of our taste-altering MiraBurst Miracle Berry Tablets to dissolve on your tongue. Our miracle fruit berry tablets can transform the taste of sour and acidic foods and drinks, like raspberries and raspberry juice, to sweet without the use of sugar or sweeteners. The effects last up to 90 minutes so you can savor your raspberry tea at your own pace.

The following recipe can be used to make hot or iced raspberry tea and can make use of either fresh or frozen raspberries.

How to Make Raspberry Tea

Makes 8 servings


9 cups water, divided

5 individual tea bags

2 cups unsweetened raspberries, fresh or frozen


1. Bring eight cups of water to a boil in a large saucepan. Once boiling, remove from heat; add the tea bags. Steep the tea for 10 minutes. Remove the tea bags from the water and discard.

2. Meanwhile in a second saucepan, add the raspberries and one cup water and bring to a boil over medium heat. Reduce heat and simmer for 5 minutes. Strain into a bowl and discard the raspberry pulp.

3. Add the hot strained raspberry juice to the tea. If you would like to enjoy the tea hot, serve immediately. However, if you would like to make iced raspberry tea, allow the tea to cool to at least room temperature and serve over ice.