Fruit infusion, flavoured
Already in the first millennium AD, the Tibetans treasured the valuable sea buckthorn fruit, which spread across Mongolia and Russia to Europe. Since the Middle Ages, the berry has been grown on the coasts of the North and Baltic Seas. From the beginning of August until the beginning of December, the plant produces the characteristic 6 to 8 mm oval berries. Sea buckthorn is also known as willow thorn, thorn thorn, audorn, pheasant berry, hawthorn, red blackthorn and sandberry.
Presentation: Bag 100 g (3.5 oz)
Makes approx. 16 cups
Flavour: fruity, sweet, sea buckthorn-passion fruit
Ingredients: apple bits, hibiscus, orange peel, sea buckthorn berries (10%), rose hip peels, ﬂavouring, sunﬂower blossom.
Preparation: 2 tsp per cup, temp. 100°C (212°F), brewing time: 6-10 minutes.
Country of Origin: Germany
Average nutritional value per 100 ml infusion:
|energy||13 kJ /3 kcal|
|fat||< 0.5 g|
|of which saturated fatty acids||< 0.1 g|
|of which sugar||0.8 g|
|protein||< 0.5 g|
|salt||< 0.01 g|