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The Wellness Hall of Fame

Put that kale smoothie back in the fridge—we’ve got something tastier. Our brand new Wellness Range is definitive proof that natural, healthy ingredients are the once and future kings of flavour, from juicy goji berries to sweet, sweet liquorice.

So what’s all the fuss about fennel? Why are we crazy for camomile? And what on earth is echinacea?

Our Wellness Hall of Fame

Goji Berries (Super Fruits)

Some of the claims made about goji berries border on the ludicrous, such as that Chinese strategist Li Ching-Yuen lived to the age of 256 thanks to a goji-based diet—but these mighty berries are still packed full of vitamins and minerals, including vitamin A and iron.

 

Echinacea (Go Go Ginger)

Echinacea’s name means hedgehog—originally a reference to the spines in the flower’s centre, though it might be just as much about its protective properties. It makes an ideal base for our Go Go Ginger, blended with ginger and lemon for an infusion that’s full of get-up-and-go.

Liquorice (This Rocks Detox)

Many people know it as a flavouring in sweets, but liquorice has long been used for its reputed health benefits. It’s a powerful source of glycyrrhizin, a small but mighty molecule that’s found nowhere else.

Fennel (Cleanse Tea)

With high levels of vitamin C, potassium and manganese, fennel’s also got a beautifully refreshing taste. But don’t take our word for it: our Cleanse Tea’s got flavour in spades.
Camomile (Sleepy Tea)
Zzzzz… Camomile’s long been famed for soothing properties, but there’s more to this little flower than meets the eye. For one thing, it’s a serious source of alpha-bisabolol (try and say it out loud), and has a naturally sweet and floral taste.
Green Tea (Ginger Green Chai)
We’re rounding up with a favourite. With high levels of antioxidants, B vitamins, folate and mighty minerals, it’s hardly surprising we’re all goo-goo for green. It’s a perfect base for the punchy flavour of ginger—making our Ginger Green Chai a natural all-rounder.

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