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This golden herb will always be a favourite with its calming effect and sweet floral finish. Serve with honey for extra sweetness.
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Certified Organic MT01-ORG-01 CO44

Our Chamomile blossoms are sourced from the Mediterranean plantations of Croatia. Made from Organic produce. A sweet calming tisane that sooths all nerves and calms your body, anytime.

Considered a remedy for all ills by the ancient Egyptians, this golden herb remains a modern favourite to promote calm and relieve anxiety.

The name Chamomile comes from the Greek word meaning ‘ground apple’. Its history dates back at least to ancient Egypt, where Chamomile tea was prescribed as a cold remedy. The Romans enjoyed it as a beverage, as well as an incense. Ironically, the name ‘Roman Chamomile’ by which it is sometimes known, does not stem from this time. It rather comes from an arbitrary naming of the herb in the 19th Century by a botanist who happened to find some growing in the Roman Coliseum.

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A decaf black cup with a tangy flavour.
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Our Ceylon black decaf tea has a clean tangy aroma, medium body with sweet mandarin notes and refreshing astringency. A gentle natural decaffeination process retains the delicate shape and flavour of the tea leaves.

Teas harvested during and right after the rainy season tend to be softer and more floral in character.

The tiny island of Sri Lanka is the world’s third largest producer of tea, due in part to the fact that tea can be harvested year-round here. The island is blessed with perfect trade winds and striking geography, creating unique micro-climates favourable to tea production. Tea flavour is very much tied to the altitude where it grows here: low, medium or high, each with its own sought-after character. Low-grown teas are hearty, tangy and very rich in taste. High-grown teas are much lighter bodied, but are more aromatic and sweet. Mid-grown are a combination of the two, depending on exact conditions. Medium to full body with noticeable unique aromatics.

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Cloves, pungent, strong, bitter, sweet and aromatic.
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Ingredients: 100% Whole Cloves.

Origin: Madagascar

The name cloves comes from the Latin word clavus (a nail), because of the appearance of the dried, unopened flower buds. Cloves are native in South-east Asia, but they are now widely grown in the tropical climates of the Caribbean, Indonesia, Malaysia, Madagascar, Tanzania and Sri Lanka. They are picked when the pink buds are small, before the purple or crimson flowers develop. The buds change to a darker brown as they slowly dry up in the sun. Cloves have a sweet, pungent flavour and aroma. They can be quite bitter, but the heat of cooking tempers their flavour.

The warm scent and taste of cloves is quite distinctive, hence their use in many classic spice mixtures and in numerous Indian and Asian curry powders. They are also used in European spice mixtures for mulling wine. Cloves have an affinity with apples and are added whole or ground to apple puddings, pies, tarts and sauces. Ground cloves are used to spice rich cakes, biscuits and gingerbreads .

Cloves provide some impressive health benefits. They are an excellent source of beta-carotene, manganese, Vitamin K, and potassium. Cloves include multiple compounds that are linked to anti-inflammatory properties, such as eugenol which has been shown to reduce the risk of diseases such as arthritis. Eugenol is also a potent antioxidant, helping to reduce the risk of developing heart disease, diabetes, and certain cancers.

Cloves can also help protect the stomach from ulcers which are caused by thinning in the layers of mucus that protect the stomach lining. Studies show that cloves can thicken this mucus, lowering the risk of developing ulcers.  Cloves may also improve general liver function.

Cloves provide a significant amount of the mineral manganese. Manganese helps your body manage the enzymes that help repair your bones and produce hormones. Manganese can also act as an antioxidant that protects your body from free radicals.

Brew cloves for 10 minutes at 70 degrees to 100 degrees.

Disclaimer: Eugenol can sometimes interact with medication, such as Warfarin. If you’re on blood-thinning medication, avoid consuming clove oil or clove tea. Cloves may also affect blood sugar levels. In people with diabetes, excessive amounts of eugenol can cause hypoglycemia. Please consult your healthcare professional if you are taking any other prescription medications before its use.

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Beautiful Blue tisane, as natural as can be!

Butterfly Pea tisane infusion also known as blue tea and when in powder version, Blue Matcha, is coming from a plant called Clitoria ternatea plant, also known as Asian pigeonwings. In India, it is revered as a holy flower, used in daily puja rituals.

It is known as a  traditional Chinese and Ayurvedic medicine, Clitoria Ternatea has been consumed for centuries as a memory enhancer, brain booster, anti-stress and calmative agent.

Known for its luminous indigo colour, Butterfly Pea has traditionally been used as a vegetable in cooking, to colour deserts or to make a strikingly vibrant coloured tea.

Butterfly Pea is jam-packed full of health promoting antioxidants, flavonoids and peptides. It is also known to act as an anti-inflammatory and promotes hair and skin health.

Enjoy it warm in a lovely china cup or brew and chill for an amazing iced tea! Add a slices of fresh orange for that zesty twist!

Weight: 75g Zipper Pouch

Origin/Provenance: China.