Inspired By The Tastes Of Thailand

Lemongrass and Ginger

Herbal Infusion
An uplifting lemony zing with a superb finish. Ginger and lemongrass are two herbs you can use to brew tea with several possible health benefits. First lemony, then spicy, sweet then minty fresh. Naturally Caffeine Free. In Asia, lemongrass is the go-to for sorting out cold, flu and digestive problems, which makes this tea an ideal after Dinner treat or when you're feeling slightly under the weather. Why not Drink it iced come summer?
  • Served 98°C
  • Available in Loose Leaf Tea Pyramid Tea Bags
  • Brew Time 3-6 m
  • Great Taste Awards
Inspired By The Tastes Of Thailand
Lemongrass and Ginger
Herbal Infusion
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An uplifting lemony zing with a superb finish. Ginger and lemongrass are two herbs you can use to brew tea with several possible health benefits. First lemony, then spicy, sweet then minty fresh. Naturally Caffeine Free. In Asia, lemongrass is the go-to for sorting out cold, flu and digestive problems, which makes this tea an ideal after Dinner treat or when you're feeling slightly under the weather. Why not Drink it iced come summer?
  • Served 98°C
  • Available in Loose Leaf Tea Pyramid Tea Bags
  • Brew Time 3-6 m
  • Great Taste Awards
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About this Product

A citrus and slightly spicy tea..or much more.  This lovingly designed blend of herbs and spices has a balanced taste yet gives room to let each individual flavour stand proud. The journey begins. . . The fragrant citrus of the Lemongrass hits the palette followed shortly after with a spicy hit from the ginger and black pepper. Then your taste buds get a blast of the root of glycyrrhizin glabra which contains the natural glycyrrhizic acid (CH62O16), a complex molecule which is 30 times sweeter than sugar.... otherwise simply known as .......Liquorice.  Such a small amount that even if you don’t like it normally it works in this blend. So we have citrus, spice and sweet all in the space of maybe only 2 or 3 seconds, the flavours combine and interchange in harmony then you get the subtle coolness of mint. A mixture of Spearmint and Peppermint leave a fresh tingle in the mouth and the taste journey is complete ready for another sip. This compliments Thai food really well and is great first thing in the morning or after a meal.

Ingredients

Lemongrass, ginger, liquorice root, peppermint, lemon verbena, cardamom seeds, black pepper, spearmint. Contains liquorice. People suffering from hypertension should avoid excessive consumption.

How We Like It

Brew 1 teaspoon (2.5g) per 200ml water. Or 1 Suki scoop per stump teapot. Infuse in freshly boiled water (98°C) for 3-6 minutes.

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