The combination of cinnamon, ginger and cumin gives rice a warm touch and tempts your taste buds ! the unique red beets and carrots pieces are a feast for the eyes and the sweet and mild aroma of cumin and cinnamon turns the sweet oriental spices into harmonic blend.
With rosemary, once one has the peppery-resinous and sharp scent in the nose, the thoughts start to the holiday trip to the Mediterranean is often faster than what one is loved.The green, needle-like leaves refine Italian vegetable and tomato dishes during preparation. it is advisable not to serve it with olive oil.
Lavender flowers tea provides wonderful, harmony yet comfort feeling especially in the evening. It smells spicy-sweet with hints of lemon and mint. The flavor is flowery, sweet, slightly bitter and slightly reminiscent of rosemary. The beautiful yellow-purple color of the tea is worth noting why the freshly brewed tea should definitely be served in a large cup.
The name Yarrow comes from Greek mythology. At the siege of Troy, Achilles met the beautiful Paris with a poisoned arrow, whereupon he was fatally wounded in the heel and then treated by the goddess Aphrodite with Yarrow. Yarrow should be tried not only because of its history but also for their aromatic and slightly bitter taste.
A combination of 12 hebrs converge together bring us an irresistiible salad seasoning . Stir your salad with first cold-pressed olive oil plus a little cider vinegar,some mild mustard and finally salad seasoning which is able to delight you. The aroma boasts a pleasant herbal flavor and taste will be expanded even wonderfully with added spicy garlic.
Cloves is the spice of stewed fruit, mulled wine and much more. But there are many delicious creations with carnations, which are less known to us. Moreover, they are an important part of the five-spice powder and the main ingredients in aromatic Indian spice mix garam masala. Anyone who has tried it,for sure no longer has to be convinced.
The fact is that a true fan of Asia always has ginger in the house. In addition to countless uses in cooking, ginger is also very popular as a tea. The yellow ginger tea is versatile which it tastes just as good as cold, warm drink, mixed or pure.
Parsley is one of those herbs that seem indispensable in the Central European cuisine. The herb with smooth or crinkled leaves is often used for many dishes. In addition to soups, salads and potatoes, spicy flavor of the parsley fits well and able to be conjured up with other herb as creative dishes.
The finest Chinese green tea is the first tea which was drank in history, it has always been cultivated in Chinese gardens in a wide variety. For some years now moving to Europe,the soft, subtle green tea is not only a wonderful breakfast drink, but also an ideal food companion.
This tea blend is inspired by the original recipe from the European famous herbalist, Hildegard von Bingen. It helps to support fasting and detoxification program with its valuable herbs traditionally used to purify blood, strengthen liver function and promote lymphatic drainage.
With Sonnentor Cheery Fruit Tea, we intent to put a smile on your face! This wonderfully aromatic fruit tea with rosehips, rooibos, fennel, pieces of pear, quince pieces and a touch of vanilla is highly digestible.
Fenugreek is “The Curry-energy” especially for Indians,and therefore fenugreek is so popular in the kitchen. The bitter flavor of fenugreek seeds is reminiscent of celery, lovage and Indian spices in curry mix which is served together with chappatis and naan (Indian breads).
It is also not surprising that the cool mint is popular especially in hot countries like Malaysia. To prepare a fine yet very refreshing tea, Peppermint leaves are covered with boiling water. The tea tastes sweet, spicy and has a cooling effect on the finish. You will definately enjoy the purest mint tea which doubles up the harmony when slightly sweetened with honey.