Our Love Tea brings a naturally sweet flavour, highlighted by the apple and the cinnamon chips.
The blend carries hints of spiciness from the cardamom pods and the ginger root.
Finally, the rose petals, yarrow flowers and hibiscus flowers bring a floral tone to the beverage which altogether curates a rich and harmonious infusion.
Ingredients in our Love Tea:
- Rose Petals
- Cinnamon Chips
- Cardamom Pod
- Ginger Root
- Yarrow Flowers
- Hibiscus Flowers
- Stevia Leaf
This blend is caffeine free. All ingredients are 100% ACO certified organic, ensuring the purest quality available. Store out of direct sunlight below 30°C.
- Temperature: 100°C
This infusion can be served hot or cold as an iced tea.
- Time: absolute minimum 3 – 5 minutes, we recommend up to 30 minutes
Brewing time is subject to taste. The longer the blend infuses, the more full-bodied its flavour becomes.
- Use 1 heaped teaspoon per 200ml of water.
This loving infusion fills the heart with warmth, compassion and courage.
Tea containing apple is naturally high in antioxidants to help strengthen the immune system and due to its anti-inflammatory properties, it is traditionally used to alleviate inflammation and pain. Regular consumption is effective in treating high cholesterol and aids in expelling toxins, thereby regulating bowel movement.
Yarrow has been shown to have mild anti-anxiety effects, which might aid in promoting a calmer mind, soothing the soul. In traditional medicine, it is also used to treat blood pressure and maintain a healthy skin appearance, just like rose petals.
Cardamom pods have antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory and anti-asthmatic properties. Traditionally, it is used as a remedy for nausea as it is an effective stimulant to calm the sensations of nausea and vomiting.
Helps boost the circulation, making it an effective warming cold and flu remedy. It is an anti-inflammatory herb, often consumed to treat indigestion and nausea as well as for boosting the liver’s health in traditional medicine.
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