Labrador Tea

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    • Labrador tea is not a tea! This plant was consumed as an infusion by Canadian natives. It was used as medicine for treatment of many ailments including colds, dizziness, heartburns, kidney problems and hangovers! The infusion of the leaves creates a blend of various flavors such as resin, peppermint, tarragon and grapefruit.

    • Tea per quantity of water 2 tbsp / 500 ml
      Steeping time 7-10 minutes
      Steeping temperature 95 °C
      In a teapot, put 1 to 2 tbsp. of leaves that you have previously wrinkled well in your hands (the leaves become fluffy). Pour boiling water over the leaves. Infuse for 7 to 10 minutes. The younger the leaves are picked, the more subtle the aromas will be.
    • Type of Tea Herbal
      Origin Canada (Quebec)
      Caffeine content None
      Tasting and aroma Resin, peppermint, tarragon, grapefruit, sweet, subtil

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