Brew using boiling water and leave to infuse for 5 to 10 minutes
Free and Easy Tea is a relaxing Herbal Tea Blend. Pure in flavour and beneficial to the mind, it is an excellent choice to unwind after a long, hard day.
Its ingredients include Fennel Tea, Nettle Leaf Tea, Wild Strawberry Leaves, Camomile Blossoms, Orange Peel, Apple Pieces, Ginger Root Pieces, Cinnamon Pieces, Lime Blossoms, Orange Blossoms and Cloves. The result is a delight to the senses.
What is Free and Easy Tea?
There is much to feel free and easy about when you brew a cup of Free and Easy Tea. For starters, it boasts spicy, fruity and herbaceous characteristics that are a match made in heaven.
Furthermore, several of its ingredients have a scientifically proven influence on your nervous system. But you might now be wondering whether the supposedly relaxing infusion contains energy-boosting caffeine.
Does Free and Easy Tea Contain Caffeine?
Caffeine is a stimulating chemical compound that exists naturally in at least sixty plants in the wild. This includes Coffee (Coffea) and Tea (Camellia sinensis). However, our Free and Easy Tea doesn’t have any “real” Tea leaves in the blend.
As a result, it is 100% caffeine-free. Worry not, in other words, if you’re trying to avoid it in your daily routine. It’s time to show you how to make Free and Easy Tea.
How to Make Free and Easy Tea
- Put Loose Tea into a Tea Filter or Infuser.
- Place the Tea-filled accessory in a cup, ready for brewing.
- Pour in freshly boiled water at temperatures of 100°C.
- Allow it to infuse for 5 to 10 minutes for the boldest flavour.
How to Serve: Consider a slice of honey or lemon. Alternatively, serve without additions.
Tasting Notes: Imparts spicy, fruity and herbaceous notes.
Free and Easy Tea Benefits
According to a 2011 scientific study, the phytochemicals in Camomile Tea might help alleviate anxiety. Meanwhile, according to a 2018 study, Ginger Root prevents nausea and other digestive complaints.
Then there is Stinging Nettle Tea, which, according to a 2002 study, lowers blood pressure. Finally, according to a 2014 study, Fennel Tea can boost the immune system and treat mild cold symptoms.
Caffeine LevelDecaff (none)
CountryMore Than One Origin