5 Reasons To Drink Herbal Tea
14th Oct 2014
1. It’s good for your digestion (Peppermint)
2. It’s relaxing (Chamomile)
3. Reduces nausea (Ginger)
5. Caffeine free
Unlike coffee or normal tea, herbal tea doesn’t contain caffeine.
SenSpa Signature Tea
Created in conjunction with Camellia's Tea House.
The SenSpa bespoke blend is a vibrant combination of natural herbs and spices, which combine together to create a fragrant and uplifting Thai style herbal blend. Whole leaf peppermint leaves and fennel seeds create a cleansing undertone, which combines beautifully with the zing of lemongrass, lemon peel and ginger, balanced by the pleasant sour notes created by hibiscus flowers and the floral, sweet taste of rose hips. The SenSpa bespoke blend is a truly delicious fragrant and revitalising herbal tea blend.
Ingredients: Whole leaf peppermint, fennel, lemongrass, lemon peel, ginger, hibiscus and rose hips.
Brewing: Brew one teaspoon per mug in boiling water for 5 minutes.
Available at SenSpa, pop in and try for yourself!
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