*Alou Thé (2oz)
African Rooibos Spice is a blend of rooibos, cinnamon, cardamom, ginger and pink pepper. The Rooibos comes from a South African plant. It is a drink without caffeine and high levels of vitamin and minerals; magnesium, potassium and calcium. Like green tea it’s contain a big amounts of antioxidants, than fight with free radicals. It has a reddish color in the cup, with a spicy sweet taste. Not astringent.
Island Green is a tropical blend that contains organic green tea, papaya, orange peel, hibiscus, ginger, marigold, mate, peppermint and guava essence. Green tea contains a high number of antioxidants and nutrients that benefit the body, being a great support to strengthen the defenses and prevent diseases. In cup it has a pink-green color that gives the hibiscus, of body and medium astringency.
Passion & Love is a blend of Shou Mei white tea, hibiscus, papaya, apple, cinnamon, ginger, orange peel, peppermint and cherry essence. White teas have very low caffeine content. Drinking white tea strengthens and stimulates the production of elastin and collagen, among multiple properties that it possesses. It has a pale red color in cup with delicate hints of fruits.
Apple Caramel is an energizer mixture tea with spice hints. It combines black tea, rose petals, apple, cinnamon, ginger, cardamom, orange peel, pink pepper and caramel essence. Resulting in an exotic blend that tempts the senses sip by sip. In cup it has a brownish liqueur color, caramel aroma, and balanced taste on the palate.
Moroccan mint is a popular blend of Gunpowder green tea and peppermint. A traditional Moroccan drink considered symbol of hospitality and friendship. It’s a refreshing mixture where no flavor is overpowering, resulting in a perfect combination with balanced body. The “Moruno tea” as some call it, is ideal for hot days. In the cup it presents an amber color, with a balance aroma and flavor on the palate.
Chamomile is known to be a pretty flower and an ancient healer. The word chamomile is derived form the Greek chamos (“ground”) and melos (“apple”), referring to its ow- growing habit and apple-scented blooms. Its daisy- like flowers reminded the ancient Egyptians of the sun, who called it “herb of the sun”. From Egypt, where the climate and centuries of expertise in cultivation makes Egyptian chamomile the best. Egyptian chamomile has the largest, brightest flowers with the most fragrance and flavor. Chamomile brews a golden cup with delicate, classic apple-like flavor and fragrance. It is a soothing drink that is good any time of the day, but specially relaxing in the evening. It is naturally caffeine-free.