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Relaxing Herbs

Relaxing Herbs

$26.25

Ingredients

Ginger

Premium mature ginger root is organically grown and freshly hand-processed in Sri Lanka, offering potent spice characters, invigorating aromatics and therapeutic properties.

Lemongrass

Grown in Sri Lanka, these leaves stream sweet citrus fragrances and flavour. Ceding with anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties, it serves as a course to enlivening tisanes.

Rose petals

Native to Europe these petals offer a delicate candied fragrance and floral notes. Dried to increase potency of aromatics and flavours, the earthy red flowers make for botanic garnish and compliment tisanes and recipes.

Rooibos

Directly translating to 'Red Bush', this ingredient is family to the Fabacease plant, originating in South Africa's fynbos. Offsetting a distinct & widely recognised flavour, Rooibos also contains a high concentration of antioxidants, attributing to improved heart health and allergies.

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Watch Step by Step

Watch and follow along with our step by step footage for a curated experiences.

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Step 1: Preheat

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Step 2: Weigh

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Step 3: Infuse

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Step 4: Serve

Watch Step by Step

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Step 1: Preheat

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Step 2: Weigh

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Step 3: Infuse

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Step 4: Serve

Infusion Guide with Notes

notes and tips

    • Relaxing Herbs
    • Brewing Vessel (Teapot or Gaiwan)
      Digital Kettle
      Digital Scales
      Timer / Watch
      Serving Vessel
      Spoon
      Cup and Saucer

notes and tips

    • Heat the kettle to the desired temperature and pre-heat all the vessels, then discard the water.

    • If you don't have a temperature-controlled kettle or thermometer, add cold water to the tea before topping it with boiling water. We recommend 10% cold water for 90 degrees and 20% for 80 degrees. PLEASE NOTE: this is approximate, and different teaware materials will affect the outcome.

notes and tips

    • Weigh the appropriate amount of tea and add it to the pot. Pour the desired amount of pre-heated water over the leaves in a circular motion so the leaves unfurl and awaken.

notes and tips

    • Steep the leaves for the recommended time. If the leaves are tightly confined in the vessel, give a little stir to ensure maximum surface area is achieved.

notes and tips

    • Once the desired infusion time has finished, separate the leaves from the tea liquor by removing the infuser basket or by straining into a serving vessel.

    • Pour into a cup and serve.

Essential Equipments

Having the right equipment is the foundation to making a good brew. We've accumulated a collection which will compliment your serve & ensure you experience full flavours.

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Lin's Family Pottery Tea Cup

Pottery

$46.00

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Digital Timer

Digital, Battery

$15.50

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Chamellia Tea Tray

Teak Wood

$45.00

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Tokoname Kyusu Teapot Textured White

Tokoname Clay

$145.00

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Tokoname Kyusu Teapot Blue-Green

Tokoname Clay

$92.50

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Tokoname Kyusu Teapot Textured Black

Tokoname Clay

$112.50