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With white tea, rose and jasmine


White tea


The name of the plant that produces white tea leaves is Camellia Sinensis. The young buds of this plant still have fine, white fluff, hence the name white tea. This variety is mainly grown in China, but can also be found in India, Japan and Sri Lanka. White tea is dried only carefully and for a short time, and since it undergoes very little intervention, the concentration of antioxidants in it remains high.




We have held the rose in high esteem for thousands of years. Distant cultures consider it an elixir that makes the human soul fresh, young and happy. A really good and refreshing tea cannot be without a rose today. The healing and nourishing power of the red rose is deeply respected. Researchers are discovering one by one the beneficial physiological effects of the rose.




Everyone is looking for the secret to lose weight easily and quickly, and jasmine tea can help with that. Tea has antioxidant properties. It can be used as a supplement, not as an independent solution, during a diet.


According to legend, this plant saved the life of someone who fell in the Parthenon, the famous temple of the ancient Greeks. Since then, herbalists have been using it against a wide variety of ailments. According to traditional Eastern healers, tea brewed from chrysanthemum flowers makes the eyes sparkle, can improve vision and help alleviate the symptoms of computer-induced eye pain.

It can be flavored according to individual taste, but it has a pleasant taste on its own. It can be drunk both cold and warm.


70 g

Dosage recommendation:

boil 3.5 g of tea with 250 ml of hot water, let it rest for 3-4 minutes.


white tea, rose, jasmine, chrysanthemum.

Allergen information:

Made in a facility that uses milk, eggs, soy and peanut.


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