Liverpool Red caffeine free tea January 14 2016

This flavour of our teas originates from Provence. In fact, there’s an old French saying that has it that to spend an afternoon in Provence, is to spend an afternoon in Paradise itself. The reason for this lies in the fact that the altitude above the Mediterranean is blessed with crisp clean air and lush foliage. Provence literally teems with gardens, pastures and woodlands. A walk down one of its many country roads will have you stopping to pick wild berries, herbs, spices and especially flowers. The abundance of both wild and cultivated flowers. You will find both types of blossoms growing along the roadside, which gives the very air of Provence the aroma of a natural perfumery. In a word, Provence is an intoxicating and tranquil place. (OK, that was two words, but it helps illustrate my next point). My suppliers decided to replicate the experience of a walk in Provence by developing a flavour that is at once heady, full of floral character, and superbly mellow. I believe that this blend of caffeine free Roibos and fresh lavender does just the trick. You will also find it to have a certain je ne sais quois that will inspire you to sit back, close your eyes, and dream of an afternoon in the sunshine. A brew of Rooibos contains nutrients such as: iron, essential for transport of oxygen in the blood, Potassium, Calcium, necessary for strong teeth and bones, Copper, Zinc, necessary for normal growth and development of healthy skin, Magnesium, Fluoride, necessary for strong teeth and bones, Manganese and Sodium, which are necessary for fluid and acid-base balance.