Loose leaf herbal tea
Loose herbal tea in 25 grams bag
Also known as 'Tea of the Incas', it is obtained by processing the inner bark of the Tabebuia, a plant belonging to the Bignoniaceae, which is widespread in South America. In the tradition of Amazonian tribes, it has a centuries-old reputation as it has been attributed anti-malarial and anti-infective functions. Modern research is investigating its antioxidant, antibacterial, antiviral and antifungal properties.
|Intense, woody, sweet notes (vanilla and caramel)
|Consistent with its aroma, slightly spicy
As an infusion: 1/2 teaspoon per 200 cc of natural mineral water at a temperature of 90°C for 3-4 minutes. As a decoction: 5 g per 1 litre of natural mineral water at a temperature of 90°C. Infusion time 10/15 minutes.
Lapacho ( Tabebuia avellanedae)
Herbal teas are known for their beneficial qualities and appreciated for their pleasant, mild taste and for being caffeine-free. Ancient civilisations had learned to identify wild herbs and plants and to use them as remedies . Herbal teas are composed of medicinal plants selected for their different properties, and are the natural allies for well-being.
It goes well with plain biscuits and homemade cakes