Yogi Tea Throat Relief and Strength 17 sachets
Singing, talking, swallowing, tasting. Our throat is subjected to constant strain. This sweet, fruity and soothing infusion is a way to say thank you to our throats. Licorice and mullein, combined with sweet cinnamon, orange peel and fennel, make this delicious soothing blend, great at any time of day. The true essence of this infusion is: "Relaxing".
Licorice root, an essential part of licorice confectionery, has been known since ancient times. It has a sweetening power about 50 times higher than sugar and has a delicately sweetish and bitter-sour taste.
Fennel belongs to the Umbelliferae family and has been appreciated for millennia all over the world for its intense aroma. It is native to the Mediterranean basin and, with its sweet and spicy flavor, vaguely recalls anise.
Cinnamon was one of the most expensive spices in the world and it seems that in China it was used as a spice as early as 3,000 years BC. It is made from the cinnamon bark, which grows in South Asia, has a sweet aromatic flavor and contains precious essential oils.
Orange is the most cultivated citrus in the world. It is native to Asia and was only introduced in Europe in the 15th century. Its rind contains numerous essential oils and has a fruity flavor similar to that of the pulp, although it is a little less sweet and slightly bitter.
Found in Christmas sweets, curry mixes, and sodas, the ginger bulb is one of the most famous seasoning plants in the world. Grown for millennia in the tropical heat of East Asia, it gives a fruity, hot, aromatic and spicy taste to many of our YOGI TEA®.
Thyme is a lamiacea that humans have appreciated as a spice for millennia. It grows mainly on the coasts of the Mediterranean and has a strong and robust, slightly sour aroma.
Not only its external characteristics, but also its internal ones make the mullein a majestic sight. It grows straight up to two meters high and produces bright yellow flowers with a delicate and aromatic flavor.
Cardamom has been one of the most popular spices throughout Asia and the Arab world for thousands of years. Its refined sweet and spicy aroma has predestined it for use in numerous dishes, from spicy curries to spicy Christmas sweets.
Black pepper, also called the “king of spices”, is today the most important spice in the world after salt. It is native to the Malabar coast of India and has an intensely spicy and at the same time medium-spicy flavor.
Cloves are the flower buds of Eugenia caryophyllata, known in our latitudes especially as a spice for both sweet and savory dishes. They are part of the Mirtaceae and possess an intense spicy aroma for which in ancient China and Egypt they were worth their weight in gold.
Turmeric grows mainly in South Asia and the Mediterranean basin. It is part of the Zingiberaceae and is one of the main ingredients of curry powder. In India, the root of turmeric, similar to ginger and slightly spicy, was one of the most important spices already more than 5,000 years ago, when it was even considered sacred.
licorice *, fennel *, cinnamon *, orange peel *, ginger *, thyme *, mullein *, orange essential oil *, lemon essential oil *, cardamom *, black pepper *, cloves *, turmeric *