What’s In The Packet?
vegan. gluten free. 100% natural. organic.
no preservatives or additives. hand-packaged
Iced, with your favourite sweetener melted into the infusion while it’s still hot. Though keeping it hot works too if you’re after some cuddly warmth. Either way, the tea should be sweetened to lift the natural berry-like flavour of the flower.
Best served chilled in a tall glass full to the brim with ice. Keep a pitcher in the fridge and impress guests by serving on a decorative tea tray.
Pairs Well With
Its own sweet self. This magical flower has a berry-like tang that fills you with the desire to take in the delicately changing notes of its flavour without distraction.
Magical and impossible to pin down, tea time can pop up morning, afternoon or night… and anytime in between.
1 heaped tsp per cup
3 – 5 min
Add 1 cup of water to a saucepan. Add 1 heaped tsp of tea. Cover and bring to a rolling boil. Simmer on low heat for 3 – 5 min. Remove from heat. Sweeten to taste. Allow to cool. Strain into cup. Serve chilled over ice. Also delicious served hot.
Brew it the traditional Egyptian way
Try the time-honoured tradition of a thirst-quenching iced tea. Add 1 L of freshly drawn ambient water to a saucepan. Flash rinse 2 – 3 tbsp of tea with hot water and add to the saucepan. Cover and bring to a rolling boil. If sweetening, add the sugar at this point to ensure it dissolves and enhances the natural flavour of the tea. Egyptians love their tea really sweet! Simmer covered on low heat for 3 – 5 min. Remove from heat. Allow to cool. Ensure the leaves remain in the pot while cooling to maximise flavour. Strain into a glass jug or tea pitcher. For an aromatic and romantic twist, try a few drops of rosewater. Best served chilled in a tall glass full to the brim with ice. Keep a pitcher in the fridge and impress guests by serving on a decorative tea tray.