Solaris Tea Organic Ginger Zest Pyramid Teabags 15x2g
This blend, also known as Hermes in their loose herbal range, is spicy and aromatic, with warming Cinnamon and Ginger, combined perfectly with sweet Elder Flower and Liquorice Root. These herbs are...
This blend, also known as Hermes in their loose herbal range, is spicy and aromatic, with warming Cinnamon and Ginger, combined perfectly with sweet Elder Flower and Liquorice Root. These herbs are commonly used to invigorate and warm the body and mind.
Enjoy this unique, aromatic blend safe in the knowledge that all these herbs are certified organic.
Try this great tea blend with Cinnamon and Ginger for a revitalizing experience.
This product allows you to enjoy all the benefits of whole leaf tea in the convenience of a 100% bio-degradable silken tea bag. All Solaris stitched and pyramid teabags are made from biodegradable PLA derived from Corn Starch and are certified non-GMO.
Directions for use • Use 1 teabag per mug of 100°C hot water (best filtered) • Infuse for 3-5 minutes or according to taste • Re-infuse up to 3 times • Makes 15-45 cups (when re-infused)
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the story of the producer
A family-run business in the West of Ireland, specialising in the blending and preparation of Internationally Award winning Whole-Leaf Organic Teas. Run by two qualified Medical Herbalists, Jörg & Karin Müller, their organic Green Teas, White Tea's, Oolong (Wu-Long), and Herbal Teas are prepared using traditional processing methods in line with hundreds of years of experience and expertise. Solaris Botanicals is also the only company in Ireland hand blending organic first flush tea and herbal tea. Both Karin and Jörg have a strong family histories in herbal applications, Jörg’s mother was a traditional herbalist and Karin is daughter of Hans and Gaby Wieland who have been instrumental in the Organic movement in Ireland, and now manage the Organic Centre in Rossinver, Co. Leitrim where they both give courses on using herbs for medicinal and culinary use, baking sourdough bread, making your own cheese and more recently home fermentation.