Inspired by the countryside around Pembrokeshire, this loose leaf tea blends together a herbal infusion from plants that may be found in a Welsh Hedgerow. This uses some unusual, yet tasty herbs and is a well-balanced mixture of elderflower, linden leaves, nettle, raspberry leaf, and rosehips to give a refreshing and tasty drink.
Ingredients: Elderflower, Linden Flower and Leaves, Nettle, Raspberry Leaf and Rosehips
To brew, place one heaped teaspoon per person into a warmed pot or Mug Infuser and add fresh boiling water. Allow to steep for 5 minutes, or longer if a strong infusion is required, then strain into mugs.
*(based on 3g per serving, infused once).
Welsh Hedgerow loose leaf tea
Elizabeth & Barry Chantler and have been enthusiastic about loose leaf tea for years.
They have travelled the world visiting tea plantations in India, Sri Lanka, China and South-East Asia and attending tea ceremonies in Hong Kong and Malaysia. They only sell teas that they would drink, and they only like the best! They are also passionate about a fairer world marketplace, one in which everybody benefits, and they are as fussy about the source as much as the teas themselves.
Tea is good for you, it has benefits both for the body as well as the mind, and the better the tea the more beneficial it becomes. They believe that we have a nation of t-bag drinkers who are missing out on an enlivening and new experience (there are over 10,000 different types of loose leaf tea!).
Their aim is to make fine loose leaf tea locally available and to convert as many people as they can, to share this exciting and rewarding world.