Garcinia cambogia, or brindal berry, is traditionally used in South East Asia to add flavour to cooking and help maintain a good body weight. The ‘berry’ can grow up to the size of a grapefruit and produces a tea with a unique lemony taste and a wonderful citrus aroma.
Whilst you might not be able to find actual brindal berries in the UK, Natur Boutique’s Garcinia Cambogia tea offers a practical and tasty way to include it in your diet
Yoga: Garcinia Cambogia “is reported to aid weight loss. Free from all nasty chemicals, it has a lovely lemony taste… “
Hibiscus tea is a popular drink throughout Central and Southern America and parts of Asia. It is made by infusing dried sections of the beautiful flowers with hot water to create a colourful and tasty drink with a cranberry like flavour. Drink on its own or sweeten slightly and add a squeeze of fresh lemon juice. Also makes a superb iced tea on a hot summer’s day. Our hibiscus tea is one of the only organic versions of the drink available. Made using hibiscus from the fertile hills of Vietnam, where the climate produces flavoursome flowers grown without the use of pesticides or synthetic fertilizers, meaning a better taste for you and a better future for our planet.
Unlike many other ‘hibiscus’ teas on the market, Natur Boutique’s is a single ingredient blend and doesn’t dilute the dried flower extract with any other ingredients, resulting in a finished product of unsurpassable quality, with a milder and sweeter taste
Manchester Evening News: “Unlock the secret of flower tea and feel blooming marvellous.”
Known as the ‘mushroom of immortality’ and favoured by ancient Emperors, reishi mushrooms are renowned around the world for their purported properties and our tea offers a convenient and tasty way to enjoy their benefits.
By combining reishi with liquorice, star anise, peppermint and a little stevia our expert blenders have created a drink like no other, which not only benefits your body, but your taste buds too.
Yoga Magazine: “The drink used reishi mushrooms known for their health benefits.”