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Revised 15th June 2017 - Changes for Spring catalogue....
As well as teas, we stock a range of infusions. Typically unblended, our teas are sourced throughout the world and sometimes are a refreshing change from those grown in North America. While known often for their curative properties, these teas present a wonderful spectrum of flavours.
Wildwood (14.00/27.00/52.00)
Reminiscent of a forest in early summer - the sweet taste of strawberry, tartness of rosehip and the clean aftertaste of mint in a bed of elderflower and blackcurrant leaves.

Meadowsweet (14.00/27.00/52.00)
The earthy sweetness of liquorice root, tartness of dried fruit and a plethora of flower petals make this an infusion fit for the court of the fairy queen herself.

Organic Tulsi Rose (14.00/27.00/52.00 O)
Holy Basil, an ancient and highly revered Ayurvedic herb, is blended with lavender and rose petal for a delicate taste.

Organic Tulsi Herb (13.00/25.00/48.00 O)
Bestowing an amazing number of health benefits, Tulsi tastes subtly of mint with a mildly floral and buttery, natural sweetness.

Lemon Verbena (18.00/34.00/65.00)
From Morocco, large uncut leaves infuse to give a pale yellow, light bodied drink with characteristic lemon aroma and taste.

Organic Peppermint (12.00/23.00/44.00 O)
A great base to blend with. Sharp and refreshing with the light bodied taste of menthol. An attractive colour and aroma combine to produce an excellent flavour with 'pick-me-up' qualities.

Organic Chamomile Flowers (12.00/23.00/44.00 O)
Allow the full flower to infuse for a minimum of four minutes and enjoy its comforting and soothing characteristics. Frequently used as a calmative.

Yerba Maté (12.00/23.00/44.00)
With an astringent, slightly bitter taste and a smooth, smoky top-note, this infusion brews high in caffeine and vitamin C.

Ginger Mint Maté (13.00/25.00/48.00)
This sprightly infusion is already a hit! Yerba maté, ginger, peppermint and fruit pieces combine to energise and soothe.

Elderflower (12.00/23.00/44.00)
Elderflower cordial is a particularly refreshing drink. Wash a lemon and peel the rind thinly. Add the lemon rind and sugar to taste to the elderflower. Pour on boiling water and allow the elderflower to infuse. Allow the liquid to cool. Strain the tea and drink it diluted with further water or milk.

Red Raspberry Leaves (12.00/23.00/44.00)
A wild member of the rose family, rich in minerals and vitamins, raspberry leaves produce an astringent, yet soothing, infusion.

Tropical Berry (14.00/27.00/52.00)
Fruits and flowers combine in a riot of colour. Sweetness from strawberry, tartness from hibiscus and delicateness from rose petal result in an infusion with a fruity flavour.
Our prices are indicated in brackets and are in Canadian Dollars. They refer to 125g/250g/500g.

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