From the Southern Chinese province of Guangxi comes this beautiful green tea. The leaves and the white tips are rolled into snail-like shapes, hence the name.It is a joy just to watch the leaves unfolding into their original form and becoming whole again (see pictures to the left). The taste is bold with fruity, flowery and nutty notes and a long aftertaste. Each infusion of the same leaves is slightly different to the previous one so it pays to stick to the rather short brewing times. 50g (defa..
Green tea has always been part of longevity potions. To boost the
effect this blend contains also ginkgo leaves and spirulina powder (also
with pear bits, beetroot, rose buds and natural aroma). Light and
playful pear-lychee flavour.
50g (default, makes 25 cups), also available in 100g, 250g or in our 100g wooden chest, please select under 'options'.
The wonderful summery, light and fragrant-citrus flavour goes perfectly with the fresh-grassy notes of the white leaves.Perfect for making iced tea with fresh cold water on a warm day (see brewing instructions for more details). Made with white Chinese Pai Mu Tan, aloe vera, yellow rosebuds, orange pieces and natural aroma. 50g (default, makes 50-75 cups), also available in 100g or 250g, please select under 'options'. ..
For our Hibiscus tea the large bright red, almost meaty flowers are just dried and cut.They produce a wholesome ruby-red infusion with a distinctive fruity sourness.Hibiscus makes an excellent ice tea, just pour cold water of the flowers and refrigerate it overnight (sweetener is nice but optional).Many fruit tea blends are based on Hibiscus to give them the red colour and fruity-sour taste.100g (default, makes 50 cups), for other quantities, please see under 'options'. ..
"The elixir of life, also known as elixir of immortality and sometimes equated with the philosopher's stone, is a potion that supposedly grants the drinker eternal life and/or eternal youth. This elixir was also said to cure all diseases. Alchemists in various ages and cultures sought the means of formulating the elixir. "(source: Wikipedia) It would be presumptuous to claim that we have found the long-sought-after formula. What we found is a wonderful echinacea based herbal blend which ..