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  • Aloe Tea

    Dried Aloe leaves are elongated and brittle, coloured in tones of earthy brown, tan, sepia and pale gold. The leaves twist during the drying process and take on lovely shapes that range from spirals to curls, corkscrews and scrolls. Caffeine Content | Caffeine-free Liquor Colour | Light yellow How does it taste? Be lulled by […]

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  • Burdock Root Tea

    Pulled from deep within the ground, Burdock roots are cut into rough circular pieces and dried. The shapes are chunky and uneven with a fibrous, rough texture, an earthy brown colour and a slightly darker outer skin. Caffeine Content | Caffeine-free Liquor Colour | Golden yellow How does it taste? With a rich, golden-hued liquor, […]

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  • Cinnamon Tea

    Chunky dried sticks that are a dark chocolaty brown colour, around 10cm in length. The sticks curl lengthwise into swirls, twirls and coils. You can choose to break up the pieces of barks or leave them intact. Caffeine Content | Low Liquor Color | Bright orange Type | Cassia Cinnamon How does it taste? Fragrant, tasty […]

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  • Dandelion Greens Tea

    Dandelion Greens come from the leaves of the plant. After drying out, they form into long, slim slivers that become twisted and curled. The slivers are a dark, forest green in colour. How does it taste? Run free in fields of dandelions! This tea is light and refreshing with a smooth texture and a lovely […]

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  • Dandelion Root Tea

    Chopped up roots featuring an elongated chunky shape with an outer texture that resembles the bark of a tree. The colour is a dark brown with hints of lighter tan. How does it taste? The perfect substitute for your caffeine-filled morning coffee! Dandelion Root Tea is rich, smooth and full-bodied with a slight bitter taste. […]

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  • Ginger Tea

    Horizontal cut slices of ginger roots, dried out, forming rough uneven shapes. The flesh takes on a light golden-yellow colour and the skin is slightly darker with a withered texture. How does it taste? Do you enjoy spicy heat? Then sipping a cup of Ginger Tea will give you that ‘aah’ moment. The liquor pleases […]

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  • Kuding Cha

    Kuding Tea leaves are long and narrow. They are dried and twisted together to form long stick-like or needle shapes that are a deep brown to black. Caffeine Content | Low Liquor Colour | Greenish-yellow How does it taste? Kuding tea, from the words Ku – meaning bitter and Ding – meaning spike, be prepared for […]

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  • Lemongrass Tea

    Dried outer leaves of the Lemongrass stalks cut into strips. They feature a light green to yellow-green colour and have a brittle corrugated texture and tend to curl lengthwise. Caffeine Content | Caffeine-free Liquor Colour | Light yellow How does it taste? Enjoy a citrusy lemon flavoured drink without the sourness of lemon! Sip the […]

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  • Licorice Root Tea

    Circular slices of Licorice Root that are dry and slightly fragile. The inner flesh has a yellow-green colour, surrounded by a thick yellow layer of outer bark encased in dark brown skin. Caffeine Content | Low Liquor Colour | Light yellow How does it taste? Known as ‘Sweet Root’, after steeping, your liquor has a […]

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