Goji Acai Loose Tea
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Goji berries, acai and green tea - you'll hear those words bandied about a lot in health circles. Inspired by the reputed rejuvenating power of these three superfoods, we've chosen a fresh sencha green tea for feel-good factor, while rosehip, raspberry and hibiscus flowers highlight that lovely berry brightness. Jam-packed with vitamin C, along with vitamin B2, vitamin A, iron, selenium and other antioxidants, goji berries have been used in traditional Chinese medicine for thousands of years. Native to the rainforests of South America, acai berries also contain a number of potent antioxidants, reputed to help with weight loss and lower cholesterol. Meanwhile, Sencha contains high levels of the antioxidant ECGC, said to promote a youthful complexion and even reputed to protect against cancer and heart disease. All that, in one delicious, invigorating infusion - so, you know what you'll be talking about outside your yoga class.
65% Green Tea, 12% Hibiscus Flowers, 8% Rosehip Peel, 5% Apple Pieces, 4% Goji Berries, Flavouring, 3% Raspberry Pieces, Acai Fruit Powder (acai, maltodextrin)
Suitable for vegetarians and vegans.
LovelyBy sara86 from caerphilly on 11/05/2018Absolutely love this tea - had a sample when buying another product and would recommend. If you like fruity fresh tea's then this is the one for you!More fruit than green teaBy Jules from London on 10/18/2018Very easy to drink, perfect for people who may not be that much into green tea (doesn't really taste much like green tea) - very fruity; still brewed it similar to green tea at about 85 degrees for 4 minutes (since I expected it not to be very green-tea intense)Green tea momentsBy Gabriella from Budapest on 11/04/2018I just love this tea. The hibiscus flowers and goji berries among the great green leaves are simply beautiful. Refreshing, tasty, perfect for any moments.I recommend.By Eilidh from Lochinver on 11/12/2018Lovely colour and flavours, extremely refreshing tea. I would definitely get this again, goji and acai go very well together.refreshing and sweetBy Chloe from Southampton on 10/18/2018a lovely, refreshing tea. I made myself a pot to help me through my afternoon of revision and it definitely hit the spot, would recommend.Lovely fresh and soothingBy BethanyTea from London on 10/30/2018This tea was super nice and sweet and refreshing!!!!FantasticBy Annie from Winchester on 11/05/2018This tea is lovely. Perfect for all year round, it’s got a delightfully subtle fruity taste and isn’t too strong or overpowering. I would definitely recommend this tea xAmazingBy Ally from Winchester on 11/02/2018Very fruity, a perfect addition to afternoon tea! rnThe flavours go well together and I just love it !Centering and restorativeBy Sean from Glasgow on 10/14/2018Helped me to step aside from the immediate and take a few moments to reflect on the important and valued elements of the day.Gentle and sweetBy SJJ from London on 10/14/2018Really helps kill a sweet craving but isn't too sweet!Fruity green teaBy JP from Glasgow on 10/20/2018This is a nice green tea with scent and taste of berries. rnIt is not too strong fruit taste, nice to drink with everything.Fruity TeaBy Fab from Oxford on 11/13/2018It's a pretty fruity tea, and you can't taste much of the green tea. However, it's quite good.Mild and fruityBy Cat from London on 10/31/2018It has a great smell and a nice fruity flavour. It is, however, very light for a green tea, would recommend it for late afternoon, but I would have preferred it stronger.Goji Acai Loose TeaBy Lila from Henley-on-Thames on 10/26/2018This green tea is slightly underwhelming. It has a a slight fishy aroma however it is not overpowering and when you taste it, the rose and berry flavour comes through. It's acceptable and perfectly palatable but nothing special.
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Bright, fruity and invigorating
A fruit salad for a healthy afternoon snack
A slightly dubious myth tells of Li Qing Yuen, whose daily dose of goji berries saw him reach the grand old age of 256. We can’t say we’re entirely convinced, but we thought we’d give this tea the number 256 nevertheless. Now we just have to wait and see…
Brew the Perfect cup
1 teaspoon (2g)
80 degrees / 200ml water
The origins of tea lie in China: legend has it that it was discovered when a few leaves fell into the mythical emperor Shennong's cup of hot water. Today China produces thousands of different varieties ranging from black and green tea to more unusual teas, like puerh or yellow tea.
Green tea's fresh, verdant taste is down to its processing: the leaves are heated shortly after picking, stopping the oxidation process that would eventually turn them into black tea. Some of the best green teas are found in Japan and China, where the techniques of firing or steaming the leaves have been perfected over many centuries.