Yogi Tea Relax Inner Calm 17 sachets
Find peace and calm in turbulent times and stop the noise of the world. The chamomile flower welcomes us quietly in the meadows. The linden blossom gently sways on the trees. In peaceful harmony the fennel grows and the fragrant cardamom seeds sprout. Rosehip, orange peel and raspberry leaf bring delicious softness to this delicate infusion. Sit back, relax and enjoy the peaceful tranquility of this delicious blend. The true essence of this infusion is: "Peace and tranquility".
Not only bees love them: we too have long since learned to appreciate the benefits of lime blossom. The delicate flowers of the linden, an indigenous European plant, open in June. They spread an aromatic scent, have a slightly sweet taste and contain precious essential oils.
Chamomile, white and pinnate with bright yellow flowers, was considered sacred by the Germans and the flower of the sun god Ra by the Egyptians. Everyone knows the characteristic scent of this herbaceous plant. The flowers have a slightly bitter and pleasantly delicate flavor.
Dog rose, which is part of the Rosaceae, produces bright red fruits containing many small seeds. In nature, it thrives throughout Europe and Asia, preferably in directly sunny spots. Depending on the time of harvest, rose hips have a flavor that varies from sour-sour to slightly sweet.
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.
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.
Barley belongs to the Graminaceae family and comes from the Middle East and the eastern part of the Balkans. Barley malt has long been the only known sweetener, in fact it has a pleasantly malty and slightly caramelized flavor.
Hibiscus is native to the Tropics and today, in addition to its beauty, it is appreciated for its flowers with a pleasantly fruity sweet and sour flavor. Thanks to the showiness of its large flowers, it is found in many European gardens.
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.
Alfalfa is also widely known as alfalfa, a name which, translated from Arabic, means “father of all foods”. The flowering period is from June to September. The aromatic-spicy flavor is slightly reminiscent of walnuts.
Raspberry is a biennial shrub whose fruits should not be missing in any fruit dish. But the fruits are not the only part that is worth picking: man has also always used the green leaves to prepare hot drinks. Raspberry leaves have a slightly sour and delicately bitter taste.
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.
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.
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®.
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.
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.
chamomile flowers *, fennel *, linden flowers *, cardamom *, barley malt *, hibiscus *, licorice *, alfalfa *, raspberry leaves *, orange peel *, rose hip *, cinnamon *, ginger *, cloves *, black pepper *