Dandelion leaf tea is a pleasant caffeine free tea substitute which has a bitter taste and a delightful astringency. To make a mug of dandelion leaf tea, add 1-2g of the tea to a teapot or infuser - depending on how strong you like your tea - and pour over enough fresh boiling water as required. Strain into a mug, sweeten with preferred sweetener (e.g. honey) and serve. Serve without milk, dandelion leaf tea can also be served chilled like ice tea.
Did you know that a cup of dandelion leaf tea can help form part of your daily intake of some of the vitamins and minerals the body requires for its daily function? A cup of dandelion tea contains Vitamins A, C, D, E, & B complex, and minerals including: calcium, potassium, magnesium, iron, zinc, manganese, copper, choline, and boron.
- Caffeine Free
- Delightful Astrinency
- Ethically Sourced