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.
This flower blend convinced solely by their colors which is full of inspiration! The finely-tuned blend of powerful herbs and delicate blossoms have a delicate, sweet flavor. With chamomile, apple mint and marigold, this tea uplifts one’s mood throughout the day.
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.
Cinnamon is the dried inner bark of the cinnamon tree. This wonderful spice is used in cookies, gingerbread and stollen particularly refined for the joy of Christmas. The spice also harmonizes well with all kinds of dried fruit.
Every chef in the culinary world finds it difficult to cook without ginger. Its warm aroma is refreshing with woody notes and lemony overtones heard in countless dishes from the cuisines of Asia, Latin America, the Caribbean and Africa. Over these years, it becomes the world’s favorite flavor on everyone’s palate.
With Sonnentor organic Wild Thyme, the earthy-peppery taste has hints of anise, mint and camphor and particularly suitable for Mediterranean or Asian dishes. Thyme blends well with onion, wine and beer. With olive oil, white wine and lots of thyme braised leeks in the oven is very tasty and goes well with almost anything.
Sencha green tea is one of the most consumed tea universally. Because of its particularly airy and light taste, it is a true joy for all tea lovers. Green tea and black tea are made from the tea plant, “Camelia Sinensis” but green tea is not fermented unlike black tea.
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).
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.
Sonnentor curry hot dominates most of the countless yellow curry blends worldwide. Curry has its origins in India and reflects the incredible diversity of tastes in this country. Yet, curry is further intensified by the sharp portions of fiery hot peppers and ginger.The distinctive spicy sharpness of this spice can be used for a variety of stews including Chinese dishes.