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New: Turmeric Tea in 3 varieties

Flowery, Mild and Golden Turmeric Tea are always there when you need a superhero.

Those three new teas have exactly the right superpowers when everyday life‘s challenges are trying to derail you. Flowery for powerful breaths, Mild for a pleasant feeling in the stomach and Golden for a spirited drive. Namas-tea!

Flowery Turmeric Tea

Don’t be fooled by its cheerful yellow colour! Drinking Flowery Turmeric Tea adds spice to your life, cup by cup. This tea particularly helps to breathe freely while tasting deliciously spicy, sweet and floral.

Flowery Turmeric tea goes well with classics such as apple strudel and salads. However, it cannot hide its spirit which injects vigour into your morning. Drunk cold and flavoured with freshly squeezed lemon juice, it makes a delicious and refreshing ice tea, a must for summer barbecues.

Golden Turmeric Tea

Turmeric is known for its versatility. Golden Turmeric Tea is a great choice for a fit immune system. This tea shimmers with a rich yellow colour and has a fragrantly spiced and full-bodied taste. Refined with a small sip of (plant-based) milk, it is an excellent alternative to coffee and a wonderful companion for tasty cheese platters and colourful vegetable stir-fries.

Milder Turmeric Tea

This tea brings a feel-good factor to your stomach at any time of the day. A harmonious blend of vanilla and cinnamon, it presents itself in a warm amber colour. It accompanies quinoa, vegetable casseroles and light salads like a true gentleman. Superb!

The sublime turmeric root has its origins in India. While it has long been a valued element in the Asian diet, it has also found a place in Western kitchens for valid reasons: referred to in Latin as Curcuma longa, turmeric has many positive features. Let's start with a brief excursion into the interior of the root.

Turmeric is assigned to the ginger family. Its most important active ingredient is curcumin, which is also responsible for its bright yellow colour. Turmeric is rich in manganese, iron, vitamin B6, fiber, copper and potassium.

This small root has it all: it contributes to maintaining a healthy nervous system, promotes liver function, strengthens bones, skin and the immune system. And of course – how could it be otherwise? – it is also an antioxidant.

How to make use of all those benefits

Simply add turmeric into your diet as often as possible by seasoning scrambled eggs with this yellow powder, stirring it into yogurt or adding it to your morning orange juice or smoothie. You could also try our Turmeric Teas or Turmeric Latte. Either way, healthy and delicous results are always guaranteed.