Tea – not a tea

ROOIBOS MASSAI

This South African healing herbal tea contains important minerals and trace
eements. Tiny red-brown needles produce a honey-fragranced sweet brew. Not
containing caffeine, it is a good choice for pregnant women and small children.

SALUTE TO THE SUN – ROOIBOS, LEMONGRASS, RED PEPPER LEMON, GINGER, ORANGE, BASIL, APPLE, CARDAMON, ROSEMARY

A tasty tea with a citrus aroma for daily refreshment.

WARMING DRAUGHT – ROOIBOS, CINNAMON, GINGER, CARDAMON, RED AND BLACK PEPPER, BLOSSOM OF CORNFLOWER

Spicy African stimulating tea warms up the entire body.

MATE RANCHO – YERBA MATE (ILEX PARAGUARIENSIS)

Traditional tea of South American Indians served in a calabasa pumpkin and drunk
with a bombilla straw. Behind the bitter brew with smoky aroma hides a powerful
vitaliser. Recommended before a hard day or a long night.

MATE BRASIL – GREEN MATE WITH LEMONGRASS

Tea better than tequilla – recovery without side-effects.

MATE DE PARAGUAY – MATE WITH TEA LAPSANG SOUCHONG

An unusual combination for those who still feel the wind in their hair. You must try it!
Served with caramel.

MEADOW HERBS – OREGANO LEAVES, STRAWBERRIES, RASPBERRIES ELDERBERRY AND LINDEN BLOSSOMS

Mixture from herbewoman.

LINDEN TEA

Helps those having flu or fever.

GINGER TEA

– FRESH-GRATED GINGER (recommended with lemon and honey)

Beneficial in case of flu and cold, warms the entire health and promotes blood
circulation. Stimulates appetite and digestion.