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.
Cumin is the most typical spice of Indian cuisine. As a constituent of many spice blends including probably the most popular blend Garam Masala. For the preparation of tandoori dishes and legumes, it is just as essential.
It is not surprising that 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 definitely enjoy the purest mint tea and when slightly sweetened with honey, the harmony is doubled.
This wholesome blend with the strong-herbal tastes spicy and aromatic is perfect for natural treatments which helps to get rid of excessive water and toxins from your body. The magical blend is based on advice of Saint Hildegard which has not lost its relevance over the centuries.