This is the Nottingham Store's exclusive loose leaf tea blend!


Sherwood’s fruits of the forest tea with juicy berry & nettle greens!



Tea From The Hood

Green Tea

Tea From The Hood

This is the Nottingham Store's exclusive loose leaf tea blend!


Sherwood’s fruits of the forest tea with juicy berry & nettle greens!



7 Reviews

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lProduct Description

This fantastically rich and earthy loose leaf blend captures the heart of the magical forest home to the famous Robin Hood! Made with nettle greens and juicy berry undertones, this blend will place you in the forest of dreams!


Each store has its own blends, designed to represent the people and the local area. Check out the other blends!


Chinese sencha green tea, nettle, bee pollen, hibiscus, apple pieces, rosehip, natural flavouring.


Warning: Packed in an environment that contains nuts. 


Please check out our allergens page for any queries you may have regarding ingredients.

pBrew the perfect cup

1 heaped teaspoon per cup - 80° water - 3 mins - without milk  


Check out our easy 'How to make a perfect cup of loose tea' post on our UniversiTEA blog for more help with brewing tips and techniques. 

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Product Reviews


Based on 7 reviews



I'm completely on the fence with this tea. I just can't decide if I like it or not. It's unlike anything I've ever tried before.


Delightful walk into Sherwood Forest

A delectable insight into the fruity bramble of Sherwood Forest, deliciously seeped in fuzzy pollen with warming notes of zesty berries.


Jammy local brew

I am from Notts, so slightly biased but I lo e this tea. The second purchase more than the first. I drink a lot od green and nettle so this was a perfect combination for me. I liked the fruity twist, had a jam like taste. I can't say the bee pollen made a difference for me. This is my go to green tea when I have time to diffuse which at the moment i do!



I wasn't sure about the Bee Pollen or the nettle in it (I live in an area full of stinging nettle) but it's really awesome and I'll definitely order again.


Bee Pollen, oh my

This is a wonderful blend, loving the fact that no sweetener is necessary to enjoy this in a cup. And on the up side, if I ever make it to England I know my allergies will be in check. Turns pink while brewing, absolutely delicious. In fact, I've already purchased more!!


The bee pollen flavor ruins this blend a bit.. I would have loved a fruity green!

This is my first tea with bee pollen. But no, the bee pollen is not tasty. What is the purpose of the bee pollen? Google tells me it’s a brain booster, helping focus, and lifting brain fatigue. Those are nice qualities anyway. And I have no idea why I brewed this particular tea today, a tea with anything called ‘POLLEN’ in it. My allergies were driving me batty last night. Anyway, the flavor here just seems like bee pollen. Bee pollen smells and tastes like wet dog hair. Not a flavor I want to be drinking. I was really looking forward to a fruity green tea. I wouldn’t say this is very spectacularly fruity. But wow, there were clouds of bee pollen in this mug. They go from bright yellow pellets in the pouch to wispy pollen dust in the mug. It looked like a tiny hurricane. The second steep is less bee pollen and slightly more tart from the hibiscus and rose hips. Not a golden mug like the first cup, but pink. Not my favorite from B&B. At least I know to avoid their bee pollen blends.
Steep #1 // 1 1/3 teaspoons for a full mug // 30 minutes after boiling // 2 minute steep
Steep #2 // 32 minutes after boiling // 3 minute steep
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Bought some of this from the Nottingham store the last time I went in. This tea is very smooth and nice tasting.