When a Welsh Reverend became the first European to document grapefruit in 1750, he called it the forbidden fruit. There is something about this colourful, juicy, tangy citrus ball that keeps summer on your mind, long after the sun has stopped shining.
Last year, we made a discovery of our own: grapefruit mint. It is a unique variety of mint that has the same flavour as our favourite fruit. Naturally, we blended this with another tropical treasure, papaya and a subtle green tea base. Get ready for summer in a cup!
Ingredients: Organic grapefruit mint, green tea, papaya chips
Green tea: Green tea comes from the plant, Camellia sinensis. It is native to China and has been used for thousands of years. It’s famous for its high antioxidant content and used all over the world in food and drinks.
Papaya: Papaya is a tropical fruit originally from Mexico belonging to the melon family. It's famous for a special enzyme called "papain" which aids digestion and the breakdown of protein. In fact, traditional island peoples would always pair meat and fish dishes with papaya to capitalise on the extra enzymes and enhance digestion. Papaya is also high in vitamin C, beta-carotene, zeaxanthin and other minerals, making it an anti-aging, disease-preventing superstar.
How to infuse: heat water to 90 degrees
Infuse for 3 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
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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.