Cinnamon chips

Cinnamon chips

A status symbol and an expensive spice in Medieval Europe, cinnamon was a desired preservative to cure foods in preparation for long winters. Interestingly, its origins were kept secret by traders for a long time, which sparked many exploration missions attempting to find where it grows.

Chamomile flowers

Chamomile flowers

Chamomile tea is fragrant and floral with the notes of sweet apple and honey. It blends well with many herbs, fruits and flowers. Pour a cup and find your zen!

Rose Petals

Rose Petals

Rose tea has a light and subtle floral flavor. It blends well with other floral aromas and fruits, adding an elegant touch to your tea.

Hibiscus Flower

Hibiscus Flower

Hibiscus tea has a vibrant red color and a tart cranberry-like flavor. Refreshing and flowery, it is great to enjoy hot or cold. Hibiscus blends well with other flowers, fruits and spices. 


Assam Black Tea

Assam Black Tea

This black tea is named after the Assam region in India, where it originates from. Rich and malty, Assam black tea is great to enjoy on its own or as a base when creating your own blends.

Peppermint Leaf

Peppermint Leaf

Fragrant peppermint has a fresh and cool flavor, which is perfect for any occasion. It makes a great aromatic herbal tea on its own or can be blended with other herbs.

Thyme Leaf

Thyme Leaf

Used for thousands of years, thyme has an earthy rich flavor and mint-like undertones. It blends well with other herbs and adds an interesting touch, when blended with flowery teas.