Mulled Wine Loose Leaf Tea - On Sundays
Like warming up after a winter's walk. This blend is high in vitamin C and beautifully immune-enhancing.
Loose leaf tea hand-blended in New Zealand from organic ingredients.
hibiscus flowers, rose petals, rosehip, elderberries, cinnamon, ginger
Naturally caffeine free
Store in a cool, dry place.
20g approximately 20 serves
1 tsp per cup | 80°C | 3-5 mins
Also delicious as iced tea. To ice, simply add one teaspoon of mulled wine blend per cup of room temperature water and let the blend infuse for at least a couple of hours; we recommend infusing in the fridge overnight for the best infusion. Pour over ice to serve.
On Sundays believe in using plants to assist a healthy lifestyle, so they’ve outlined the benefits of the herbs used in this blend below. This is provided for informational purposes; please check with your medical advisor before using our teas to treat medical concerns.
Hibiscus: Hibiscus is high in antioxidants and can support heart and liver health while also fighting bacteria.
Elderberries: Super high in vitamin C and antioxidants - a beautiful immune enhancer. Known to support heart health and improve cold and flu symptoms.
Rosehip: Rosehip is high in vitamin c and antioxidants. It is known for its anti-aging properties but has also been used to help arthritis and improve heart health.
Rose petals: Rose petals are more than just pretty. They are antioxidant rich little petals and are both anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial. Rose petals have been known to reduce stress and alleviate menstrual pain.
Ginger: One of our favourite anti-inflammatory ingredients. Known to relieve nausea & motion sickness, lower blood pressure and support heart health.
Cinnamon: Cinnamon is an all-round wonder. It is high in antioxidants and is an anti-inflammatory. Cinnamon is known to improve sensitivity to insulin (great if you are insulin-resistant), lower blood sugar, support heart health and helps with neurodegenerative diseases. It also fights both bacterial and fungal infections.