It’s also excellent drunk cold.
What will you find in the bag
25g of loose leaf tea, corresponding of about 12 servings (~2g/serving | 1serving ~ 30cl)
Green tea, mint, mate, rosemary, hibiscus, fennel, lemon
- Mate: The stimulating effects of mate are largely due to the caffeine it contains. It has a blocking effect on fat absorption. It also improves the balance between bad cholesterol and good cholesterol.
- Mint: Renowned for its ability to relax muscles, treat digestive problems and for its antiseptic and invigorating properties.
- Hibiscus: Hibiscus is a diuretic product recommended to fight hypertension and cholesterol.
- Rosemary: Promotes digestion and regulation of lipids. It has a detoxifying role on the liver.
- Green tea: also contains caffeine (theanine) and therefore has properties similar to those of mate. The tea contains many polyphenols, known for their antioxidant action and to help limit the absorption of lipids by the stomach and the intestine.
How to prepare it
Hot drink : Let it brew for 2 minutes in 75 ° C water.
Cold drink : Let it infuse for 2 hours in cold water. Then remove the leaves and leave it on the fridge.
Be careful, green tea should not be brewed in boiling water, or for too long, otherwise it will lose all its flavor and become bitter. A temperature of 75 ° C and 2 minutes of infusion are recommended.