This is one of the most unusual ttisanes I have ever tried. It’s like a tea entirely made of inclusions. It has three types of flowers, dried fruit, lemongrass and yogurt bits. That’s right. It’s a pretty complex taste—it is described as “Lime Buttermilk,” which doesn’t begin to describe the flavors in it. It’s sweet, a little tangy, jasmine, a little creamy and addictive. It must have taken a long time to arrive at this flavor combination, but the time was worth it. I highly recommend Wind of Change if you like tisanes.
Wind of Change
Exotic, tropical and reviving, Wind of Change is a herbal tea with a creamy lime-buttermilk taste that is positively brimming with sunshine. A blend of mango cubes, lemongrass, Tilia Star flower, Greek Mountain
plant (dried leaves of Sideritis), spearmint, jasmine flowers, lemon slices, yoghurt crispies and osmanthus flowers make this the tea to brighten your day and lift your mood no matter what time it is.
Not only does this tea taste fantastic, but it also has many health benefits.
The tea is aptly named: the plant used to make it is found on rocky slopes at elevations over 3,200 feet (1000 meters). These plants are hardy flowering perennials that have adapted to survive with little water and little soil.It can be found in Crete (Greece) and the Antalya region (Turkey). It has been drunk there for for centuries.
It is said to have a positive effect on almost anything that ails but, most notably, it is used for colds, respiratory problems, digestion, the immune system, mild anxiety, and as an anti-oxidant. It is also used as an anti-inflammatory and to reduce fever.
But we love it for its great taste and its feel good properties.