Ice Teas and Cold Brews
When the sun shines …
Why not cool down with an iced tea?
Enjoy the fruity taste of mango with Tropical Dream, our blend of unoxidised rooibos, mango pieces and carrot.
Alternatively, experience the refreshing taste of a chilled lemon and strawberry sherbet with our Lemongrass & Marigold herbal blend.
Why not cold brew one of your favourite teas?
Cold brewing overnight in the fridge brings out sweet fruity notes that are less evident when teas are made in the usual way with hot water.
Enjoy the authentic taste of ripe doughnut peaches with our Organic Mediterranean Fruits black tea blend or the taste of pear with our Organic Summer Orchard green tea blend or the taste of mango with our ever popular caffeine-free Tropical Dream rooibos blend.
Lazy Summer Afternoon brings the smooth taste of rhubarb and cream while Island Breeze is an incredibly fruity green and black tea blend.
Health benefits of turmeric
Turmeric Orchard tastes great. It is sunshine in a cup. It has the fruity, sweet taste of apple, mango and orange. This intense fruitiness balances the earthiness of the turmeric, ginger and peppercorn.
It not only tastes great, but research also links Turmeric to some significant health claims that are detailed in our new blog post. These include:
1) Turmeric is naturally anti-inflammatory. This is said to help in the fight against Alzheimer’s.
2) It is packed with antioxidants which could reduce cancer growth, development and spread at the molecular level.
3) The active ingredient in Turmeric helps fight brain diseases with research showing that it may be effective at delaying or even reversing many brain diseases and memory loss.
4) It can improve the symptoms of arthritis.
5) It has been shown to be as effective as the leading pharmaceutical drug in fighting depression.
6) Lastly, research is ongoing into the possibility that it can help slow down the ageing process .
We choose all our teas on taste but isn’t it great when they are also associated with such powerful health benefits?
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