Raise a Cup of Tea to Your Health

January 25, 2018


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Elderflower’s delicate, clustered blooms belie the plant’s warrior-like role. Packed with quercetin and other powerful bioflavonoids, this hero herb can be enjoyed in the cold weather season to promote respiratory and bronchial health.*

We pluck elderflowers at peak bloom toward the end of May. Within hours of harvest, the flowers are rushed to a temperature-controlled air dryer located in an alpine village chosen for its pristine, oxygenated breezes.

Taste: One of the most delicious herbal teas, Elderflower has a fruity scent, opening with a naturally sweet taste followed by slightly salty notes.
Helps maintain: Healthy respiratory system.*
How to serve: A warm cup on a brisk spring morning.

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How to Make the Perfect Cup of Tea…

There’s a reason why tea preparation is considered an art form in parts of the world. How you brew your tea affects the taste. We use loose tea over pre-packaged sachets because loose tea provides better infusion.

To get the most flavor and vitality from your tea, follow these simple steps:

Water at the source. Spring or filtered tap water assures the purest taste. Fill the kettle.
Warm the pot. Bring water to a boil. Pour a small amount into your teapot to warm. After a minute or two, discard water in pot.
Select your tea. Measure loose tea into pot, allowing 1 teaspoon (2-3 grams) per cup.
Add water. Pour boiling water over tea, using one cup (8 ounces) water per teaspoon of tea.
Steep. Cover the pot and steep tea for 10 to 15 minutes.
Serve. Strain, serve and enjoy!

How to serve. Wild Bliss Organics teas may be served warm or cold. To maximize tea benefits, drink three cups a day for two weeks, followed by a one week break.