Our definition of youthfulness is having lots of energy, clean and clear skin, glossy hair and bright eyes. This is achievable with a healthy diet, plenty of water and exercise.
To accompany a healthy lifestyle, we have put together a delicious list of green, white and herbal teas designed to help promote youthfulness.
Beautiful Skin – A light herbal infusion marked but its distinct chamomile and elderflower undertones. It contains a wide range of herbs such as chickweed, red clover, nettle and dandelion and is believed to help promote healthy and clear skin throughout the body.
China Pai Mu Tan – Also known as White Peony, this Chinese white tea from the Fujian province is well-known for its delicate and refreshing flavour. The multi-coloured leaves, ranging from faint green to pale brown, create a clear, light yellow cup with a pleasantly sweet aroma and smooth, mellow flavour with a hint of spiciness and even a touch of nuttiness. A definite favourite among white tea connoisseurs.
China White Hair – This wonderful green tea is grown in high mountain tea estates where the gardens are covered by thick fog most of the year. This produces a superior quality tea which is mellow, smooth and delicate in character.
Lung Ching – Also known as ‘Dragonwell’, Lung Ching is one of the most famous Chinese green teas worldwide, renowned for its quality and remarkable flavour. True Lung Ching tea, with its unique flat and crisp leaves, is grown only in the Hangzhou area in Zhejiang province. This light tea smoothly combines the classic green tea character with a sweet and slightly fruity aroma.
Luscious Locks – This delightful herbal infusion offers sweet floral notes with a hint of spice and a refreshing citrus finish. It has been specifically designed and created to help promote healthy hair growth. The ingredients found in this tea have been used in various cultures over the centuries to help repair damaged hair and encourage healthy hair growth. Our Luscious Locks can also be used as a hair rinse or applied directly as a hair tonic.
Rooibos – Rooibos originates from South Africa, where it has been appreciated for many generations. This high grade, organic red tea is characterized by a bright red cup and a creamy sweetness with a fruity aftertaste. A caffeine-free alternative to tea, rooibos is also packed with minerals and vitamins.
Rooibos Chai – This tea is an aromatic blend of invigorating and traditional Indian massala spices, which combine to produce a delicious yet uniquely rooibos tea with lovely fragrance of spicy chai tea.
Rooibos Earl Grey – This tea is perfect for those that love rooibos and don’t want a caffeine hit! The classic flavour of roobios tea blends very nicely with the bergamot oil producing a lovely aromatic alternative to plain roobios.
Rooibos Orange & Cactus Fig – A very popular rooibos blend, packed with fascinating ingredients such as papaya, liquorice and orange. The distinct creamy sweetness of rooibos is complemented by fragrant citrus tones and fruity finish, proving to be an exciting, caffeine free alternative to many fusion teas.
Rooibos Vanilla – This tea is a lovely blend of rooibos and vanilla which combine to produce a delicious flavour, which is uniquely rooibos but with a light and sweet fragrance of vanilla.
Skinny B*tch – This delicious infusion is believed to speed up the metabolism and aid weight loss when combined with a healthy diet and exercise. You should avoid this infusion during pregnancy.
Soothing Feminine Tea – Soothing Feminine Tea is a delicious infusion that should be drunk during hormonal changes. It is believed to be particularly beneficial for menstrual cycles and menopausal phases. Its general soothing properties mean that there is nothing to prevent men from drinking it!
Turkish Apple – Apple is a widely used fruit in Turkey whether in teas or in Shisha pipes! This tea is made of dried apple pieces which have been fortified with Vitamin C and when brewed, produces a subtle and delicate taste of apples.
Very Berry – An exciting, pure fruit tea consisting of a wide selection of berries and a few other dried fruit, such as papaya. The deep red cup is characterized by a vivid fruitiness and a pleasing sweetness that is balanced by the tart hints of hibiscus. A must for all berry lovers!
White Snowbuds – Snowbuds is a premium white tea, grown in southeast China at a notable altitude of 1,000 meters, just as it has been for over a hundred years now. Its name derives from the downy appearance of the delicate leaves and buds. Consisting of only hand plucked buds and youngest leaves, this tea has a pale yellow cup with a warm and sweet flavour with a pleasant vegetal after taste. Despite its mellow and light nature, it also retains a unique ‘green soul’.