Nettle Leaf Tea

Stinging Nettles

Herbal Infusion
Stinging Nettle tea is a herbal remedy from yesteryear, it's almost leaning towards being a potion. We love it because of its unique herbal taste profile and its ability to feel very healthy but still taste amazing. Caffeine Free
  • Served 98°C
  • Available in Loose Leaf Tea
  • Brew Time 3-6 m
Nettle Leaf Tea
Stinging Nettles
Herbal Infusion
Stinging Nettle tea is a herbal remedy from yesteryear, it's almost leaning towards being a potion. We love it because of its unique herbal taste profile and its ability to feel very healthy but still taste amazing. Caffeine Free
  • Served 98°C
  • Available in Loose Leaf Tea
  • Brew Time 3-6 m
Loose Leaf Tea
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About this Product

Contrary to the name; nettle leaf tea doesn't sting! In the UK, an annual World Nettle Eating Championship draws thousands of people to Dorset, where competitors attempt to eat as much of the raw plant as possible. Competitors are given 60 cm (20 in) stalks of the plant, from which they strip the leaves and eat them. Whoever strips and eats the most stinging nettle leaves in a fixed time is the winner. We don’t know why the competition started but it dates back to the 1980’s. We would definitely recommend giving this a go as a tea, maybe not eating it competitively.

Ingredients

Nettle leaves

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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