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French Lavender Buchu

French Lavender Buchu

128-50-P
In stock: 3
4.3
Germany
4.29
4.29
DE
Origin
Germany
Europe
Caffeine Level (mg/100g)
0
1-10
11-20
21-30
31-40
41+

Description

Description

Our French Lavender Buchu is a black tea blend featuring restorative calming and healing properties with a delicious and unique herbal taste.

“Buchu” is a general term for aromatic plant in native South Africa, it is known for its healing properties as a diuretic and to be healing for both urinary tract and kidney issues. It is fragrant and has an intense natural flavor similar to black currant.

Once steeped, the fragrant black currant blend infuses a liquor with a strong woodsy herbaceous aroma. At first sip, you will adore the delicious mild black tea with bold lavender notes, a sharp black currant taste and a hint of lemon.

Sip up and enjoy the many benefits of our French Lavender Buchu tea.

Featured ingredients

Cocoa
Lavender
Lemon Myrtle
Rose petals
This is how to do it:
1-1.5 TSP or 1 BAG
200ml
95°C
3 - 4 min

Details

Ingredients:
Black tea, lemon myrtle, cocoa shells, bucho leaves, lavender, rose petals
Warning:
Buchu leaf is unsafe if you are pregnant or may become pregnant. We recommend speaking with your primary health care provider before you add herbal teas to your daily health care routine

Reviews

by Cecille
January 2021
This fragrant tea has high notes of lavender & herbs which tamps down the power of black tea. A bright taste in combination with the cocoa shells makes this tea a new favorite!
by Lill
May 2020
Very unique flavour. It’s a little strong. It kind of reminds me of berries and citrus
by Faye C
March 2020
This tea has a real earthy flavor. Definitely do not over steep. It is a good tea for variation from my usual oolong.
by Kate
November 2019
This is really interesting! It's definitely got a bite to it, so I think I'll err on the side of seeping it for 3 minutes as opposed to 4, but it's lovely. Strong lavender and a little lemony. Very cool and interesting.