Autumn Fruit Tea

5 from 4 votes
Cook Time 5 hrs
Total Time 5 hrs
Course Dinner
Cuisine European
Servings 1 people


Autumn fruit tea

  • Pear peels (* autumnal jam)
  • Apple pods (* autumnal jam)
  • 1 Pear
  • 1 Orchards
  • 6 Plums


  • 1 Cinnamon stick
  • 0,5 Vanilla pod + pulp
  • 1 Pair Cardamom pods
  • 1 Pair Honey cabbage leaves
  • 3 Star anise


Pear & meadow apple

  • From the recipe, here is the * link: Autumnal jam I dried the peel of both types of fruit in the oven on the same day, because it was too bad to throw them away.
  • I had one more pear & one orchard left and I sliced ​​them with their skin on. Halve the few plums, remove the core and cut again. I then put everything together again in the oven to dry it too.
  • Set the oven to 70 ° degrees air circulation and let it dry for 4 -5 hours. Then cut everything into pieces. Take a glass jar and add everything that is dried. Break the cinnamon stick several times and add it, as well as the other spices. Slice open the vanilla pod, add the pulp and chop up the pod.

Preparation of the "autumn fruit tea":

  • Put one tablespoon of the "autumn fruit tea" in a tea filter, hang it in a cup and brew with boiling water. Then let it steep for five minutes. The longer you let it steep, the more intense the aroma becomes. And you can give the dried fruit and even eat it 🙂
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Written by Crystal Nelson

I am a professional chef by trade and a writer at night! I have a bachelors degree in Baking and Pastry Arts and have completed many freelance writing classes as well. I specialized in recipe writing and development as well as recipe and restaurant blogging.

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