THIRSTTEA

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Herbal Tea
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From Healtea

Thirsttea is infused with nettle and rosemary to replenish your body, naturally. Satisfy your mind and body!
THIRSTTEA is based on nettle and rosemary. Nettle, known for its multiple benefits, is a natural electrolyte so is engorged with minerals to keep us hydrate naturally. Rosemary is an aromatic plant used to oxygenate the blood system and therefore to help memory. The combination of these two herbs keeps you refreshed.

Suggestions for use

This thirst-quenching infusion contains natural electrolytes and quenches thirst. The Thirsttea infusion is ideal for cooling, hydration, sports and hot days.

You can enjoy this hot or cold infusion, simply heat it in a saucepan or drink at room temperature.

ingredients

Water, organic lemon juice, organic nettle infusion, organic rosemary infusion, organic maple syrup.

Quantity

300 ml.

Shelf life and storage

Store in the pantry for up to one year.

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Montreal Tea Festival – Tea #5

So, one of the booths at the festival was a ready to drink/bottled tea company; Healtea!
They had three different flavour options out so we just rapid fire drank all three. I didn’t really spend any time lingering on them, just formed some quick snap impressions. It wasn’t the most interesting booth at the festival by a long shot so we didn’t dwell on it long…

This was my favourite of the three flavours – it was, in my opinion, the most unique and interesting taste with a smooth and lightly sweet herbaceous profile with distinct notes of nettle and rosemary. I feel like I’m really just a sucker for anything rosemary, though. However, even with it being my favourite of the bunch I didn’t exactly think it was exceptional. Though I can totally see how this combination of ingredients would be really thirst quenching.

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