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Aromatic and refreshing, the fusion of fresh, zesty lemongrass with spicy, sweet ginger produces an uplifting herbal concoction. Its sharp and bright nature complements South-East Asian foods and is the perfect remedy to combat those cold winter days.

A cherished herbal tea, Peppermint Leaves have been used for centuries to aid digestion and has many other perceived and claimed health benefits including antibacterial and antiviral properties helping to support your body’s immune system. This is why peppermint tea can be a great addition to treating the common cold. Due to the relaxing effects peppermint has on the gut, its tea also makes a great remedy for nausea and abdominal pain. Using dried Peppermint Leaves, the infusion captures the intense freshness of mint and develops into a smooth minty tang. Peppermint Leaves are also a fantastic caffeine-free option for those looking for an alternative to traditional tea.

A great caffeine-free option for those looking for an alternative to traditional tea. Our artful blend of apple pieces, hibiscus, marigold, liquorice and Ceylon cinnamon make this an irresistibly sweet and tangy brew.

With a light and refreshing signature taste, Chamomile Flowers possess a clean and sweet flavour that finishes with delicate floral notes. We select only the whole buds of the chamomile flower as it embodies a much more developed flavour.

The name ‘Chamomile’ comes from the Ancient Greek words Kamai (earth) and melon (apple). It’s an appropriate description as these delicate flowers thrive in almost any soil and have a sweet apple-like scent. It is a closely related cousin of the daisy, Chamomile’s yellow flower heads and white petals tend to track the sun across the day.

Chamomile tea is well known to have a myriad of health benefits and has been used to help relieve patients stomach cramps and even help with insomnia. It has been used in skincare for centuries, due to its active ingredient Bisabolol, which is said to enhance the appearance of dehydrated or damaged skin, restore suppleness and because of its high panthenol concentration, it can stimulate and promote hair growth. For hundreds of years, people have used it for its anti-irritant, anti-inflammatory and anti-microbial properties.

Technically Chamomile is not a tea as it does not come from a tea bush, but a herbal infusion or ‘tisane’, but to keep things easier we call it a tea.