Dreams of Granada Tea celebrates the medieval Arabic culture of Southern Spain. Here you can be served strong, sweet mint tea mixed with full-bodied Assam long into the night.
Australian certified organic peppermint, spearmint, Assam black tea and common mint
Peppermint: Peppermint is antispasmodic, antiseptic, anaesthetic, astringent, analgesic and diaphoretic. It’s considered a tonic, decongestant, stimulant, stomachic and antiemetic. Common medicinal use include: relieves nausea and motion sickness, helps IBS symptoms, aids in relieving hangovers, decrease flatulence, calms, restores and lends clarity, relieves toothaches and headaches, clears throat, boosts energy.
Spearmint: Native to North America, South America and Africa. Common medical uses include: relieves nausea, calms hyperactivity, lessens anxiety, energises and stimulates.
Black Assam tea: Black Assam tea is grown in humid tropical north-east India, a climate and growing conditions that create one of the best black teas in the world. If you enjoy a full-bodied, flavourful tea, this beautiful Assam black tea is a must try, with good strength and a healthy dose of antioxidants.
How to infuse:
Heat water to 90 degrees
Infuse for 3-5 minutes
How to store:
Store in a cool, dark place in an airtight container, away from outside aromas
A collectible tin containing loose leaf tea (makes approximately 24 cups)
A refillable pouch containing 12 biodegradable teabags made from corn fiber
OR a single, individually wrapped biodegradable teabag
Dreams of Granada
Standard delivery for orders under $50 is a flate rate of $8.90 Australia-wide
Orders over $50 have free shipping Australia-wide
OR free local pick up from Diamond Creek, Victoria on any order
International delivery is a flat rate of $25 via Australia Post International
Free international postage for orders over $100
Information on the traditional uses and properties of herbs are provided on this site is for educational use only, and is not intended as medical advice. If you have any serious health concerns, you should always check with your health care practitioner before self-administering herbs.