Herbal teas and Infusions

Nature, fruity and usually made with leaves like hibiscus... Herbal tea is an excellent alternative to regular tea because it is naturally caffeine free.

A perfect alternative to tea

The discovery of brewing was in fact the discovery of tea! This discovery dates back to ancient times. The process in question consists of extracting the benefits of a plant in boiling water. It is said to have been discovered by the Chinese emperor Shen Nung in 2737 BC.

He is said to have realised the virtues of this process after seeing a tea leaf fall into his cup of boiling water.

Herbal tea is an excellent alternative to tea because it is naturally free of caffeine and theine. It can therefore be consumed throughout the day without the risk of insomnia.

Rooibos, which comes from South Africa, is also an excellent alternative to tea because it contains no theine. It can be enjoyed hot or cold, with or without sugar, with or without milk.

If you are looking for a more natural and organic drink, discover our range of organic herbal teas, infusions and rooibos. Fine and delicate products, a combination of various aromas, plants and fruits.

How to prepare an herbal tea?

To ensure the benefits of an herbal tea, boiling water should not be poured directly onto the leaves: some of the active ingredients are volatile and could be dispersed by too much steam or burnt due to the high temperature. Water at 90°C is optimal.

The duration of the infusion depends on the type of plant. Generally, the duration of the infusion is between 3 and 10 minutes.

To sweeten your herbal teas, you can use honey, which enhances the taste and adds a little sweetness.

You can also accompany your infusion with biscuits and cakes as a dessert or a gourmet break.

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