Thai herbs as a relaxation and wellness tea
Matum Tea / Bael Fruit / Bengal Quince
Matum tea has its very own taste and its sweetness reminds a little of orange
Our Matum tea consists of sun-dried Bael fruit and has a very calming and relaxing effect. The Bael fruit is mainly cultivated in the south of Thailand. After harvesting, the fruits are cut into slices and laid on tarpaulins to dry. They are then made ready for export to conquer the globe as a particularly popular drink. In Europe, Matum is also known as Bengal quince.
Ingredients: Bael fruit - Bengal quince (untreated).
Note on the preparation of Matum tea:
When preparing the tea, always make sure that the tea is infused with boiling water. Then let it steep for at least 15 minutes. This is the only way to ensure the safety of the food! We recommend about 2-3 medium-sized fruit slices per litre, although you can also leave the slices in the tea after preparation. You can enjoy this tea cold or warm.
Lemongrass Pandanus Tea / Thai-Tea
Slightly tangy lemon flavour paired with the sweetness of Pandanus leaves (screw tree)
A blend of sun-dried and untreated lemongrass and pandanus leaves. The lemongrass provides a tangy lemon flavour. Coupled with the sweetness of Pandanus leaves (screw tree), this tea blend is very relaxing and calming. Because of these properties, our lemongrass pandanus tea is very popular as a wellness tea after a vitalising massage.
Our lemongrass pandanus tea comes exclusively from Thailand. Here the lemongrass & pandanus (also called baiduei) is grown, picked, sun-dried and processed for export.
Ingredients: Cymbopogon Citratus (untreated), Pandanus amaryllifolius Roxb. (untreated)
Note on the preparation of lemongrass tea with Pandanus leaves:
When preparing the tea, always make sure that the tea is infused with boiling water. Then let it steep for at least 5-10 minutes. This is the only way to ensure the safety of the food! We recommend about 1 tablespoon per cup (350ml). You can enjoy this tea cold or warm.