Certified organic matcha from Japan. We highly recommend this matcha when you prefer to drink matcha on its own (rather than added to a smoothie and alike). It makes a very smooth cup of tea and is bright green in colour. The infusion is less herbaceous than our traditional matcha.
The tea comes in a 30g tin.
Tulsi is also known as holy basil. It comes from the basil family. Known to have antioxidant, antiviral, and antibacterial properties. Holy basil is used commonly in ayurvedic medicine for stress relieve.
Based on an original recipe - this black tea blend features China black tea and bergamot. The chinese black tea gives the infusion a subtle earthy note.
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Pai Mu Tan is an exceptional Chinese white tea. It is a refreshing beverage that is low in caffeine. The leaves are broad and very green in colour, its liquor is light, yellow, and clear. Its taste displays a subtle hint of umami and the tea is very refreshing.
Full of flavour and organically grown. The best peppermint we could find in our search for the best! Caffeine free. Peppermint is an herb and contains no caffeine. Quite often peppermint is consumed after meals as the oils stimulate the flow of bile to the stomach and helps relieve gas pains. Additionally, it has been reported and written that peppermint...
This herbal blend belongs to a line of Ayurvedic infusions. It is a blend of hibiscus, lemongrass, rose petals, calendula petals, red clover, and shavatari. The infusion has a minty, sweet, and slightly tart flavour. Certified organic.
Certified Organic. Rooibos is grown in South Africa and is well known for its essential nutrients, minerals and anti-oxidants. It is a flavourful herbal infusion that is low in tannins. Rooibos is also known as red bush or Rooibosh. It is enjoyed in South Africa throughout the day and can be served hot and cold. Origin: South Africa
The word "Shincha" stands for 'new tea' in Japanese. The tea of the first harvest tends to have a milder aroma, compared to second flush Senchas. It is rich in amino acids and catechins. This green tea makes a bright, emerald green infusion with a hint of sweetness. Shincha is a sought after tea, only harvested once a year.
Certified organic. This Oolong comes from the Wuyi mountain, in the Fujian province in China. Mount Wuyi is one of the world's finest, most intact, subtropical forests. The outcome is this superb Oolong with a rich and delicate flavour.
Bring 1 litre of whole milk (almond milk, soy milk) to a steam on the stove. Crush ½ teaspoon of cardamom seeds (optional) with a mortar and pestle. Add to milk. After you see steam rising from the milk add 10 teaspoons of Masala Chai. Give one stir (don’t stir any more because stirring will release the bitter tannins from the leaves). Remove from heat source, cover and let it steep for at least 5 minutes. Strain, sweeten as desired and enjoy!!