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In Ecuador, the caffeinated Guayusa tea is being drunk for hundreds of years. Since a few years it is gaining also more and more popularity in Europe and has become a fashionable beverage. With its slightly tart and spicy notes, the tea...
The Georgian wild blueberry is a native tree that grows in the forests of Guria and Imereti. The drink made from its leaves has a long tradition in Georgia. The young leaves are picked by hand in spring and processed in the same way as...
The delicate 'Blue Butterfly Flower' from Yunnan are a real eye-catcher and create a brilliant blue infusion.
For centuries, the 'immortality herb' has been used in traditional Chinese medicine. This 5-leaf Jiao Gu Lan, which originates from China, has a higher stem content compared to the 7-leaf one. The stems are used as well and are not a...
Sweetened Jiao Gu Lan formed into balls. The herb is also known as the herb of immortality and smells sweet, aromatic and slightly tart.
The Jiao Gu Lan plant is native to the rainforests of China, Japan, Taiwan, Korea, Thailand and Malaysia. The characteristic of the herb is the forking tendrils with five to nine individual leaves. This Jiao Gu Lan comes from China from...
The intense green bamboo leaves originate from China, the Shandong province, and are hand-picked during the harvest from May-July and afterwards gently dried.
Ginger has a wholesome effect and tastes very aromatic, sweetish-hot. Enjoy it pure or mixed with honey and fresh lemon.
Cistus is obtained from the leaves of the cistus plant, which originates from the Mediterranean region.
Buckwheat can be used in many ways - even prepared as a tea, it is a delight! For this, the seeds are used, which are usually roasted. Traditionally, it is drunk during meals in countries like China, Japan and Korea and is called Soba...
Thanks to a stronger roasting process, this Soba Cha tastes stronger and nuttier. Like all our varieties, the tea can be drunk hot or cold and is gluten- and caffeine-free.
Mountain Tea is rich in essential oils and has a fresh, tart and slightly aromatic taste with a gentle hint of lemon. Mountain Tea can be enjoyed hot or cold and also sweetened with a little bit of honey.