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Oreanthi herbal infusions take a fresh approach to wellness through the potency of Greek aromatic herbs and flowers indigenous to Greece and the Mediterranean. Oreanthi Relax offers an exceptionally fragrant blend of chamomile, lavender, passionflower, rose petals, and scented geranium, all renowned throughout the centuries for their soothing and relaxing properties. Enjoy a cup before going to bed or when you wish to unwind. All Oreanthi blends are by nature caffeine-free and contain no artificial ingredients, preservatives, or additives of any kind. Each Oreanthi pack contains 15 transparent biodegradable teabag pyramids made from 100% corn starch which allow the blend's sensory traits to remain unaltered. The transparency of the teabags showcases the beauty and vibrant colours of the blend's herbs and flowers and the teabags' pyramid shape allows plenty of room for the water to circulate and release all of the herbal teas' natural aromas and flavours. Do you prefer your Oreanthi herbal tea piping hot or ice cold? No matter. The blend's potent fragrance and flavour will make it taste delicious either way. To brew a Mediterranean-inspired ice tea on hot summer nights, make a strong infusion with boiled water and top up with ice water and extra ice. On those winter days and nights when the sun has gone into hiding, infuse the teabag pyramid in freshly boiled water for just 3 minutes. Rest and relaxation to the rescue!
Ingredients
Chamomile, lemon balm, rose petals, passionflower, lavender, scented geranium
  • Net Weight
    23g
  • Gross Weight
    46g
  • Width
    8.1cm
  • Depth
    8.1cm
  • Height
    8.1cm
Product History
Prepared by boiling herbs, aromatic plants or roots in water and then consumed warm or cold, depending on your preferences. The rich and unique Greek flora offers a variety of plants that can turn into beverages that rejoice and refresh us. Served preferably in a porcelain cup with the addition of sugar or honey as a sweetener.
Meet the producer: Oreanthi The Greek Herbal Tea Collection
Oreanthi The Greek Herbal Tea Collection
Oreanthi was created by Sophia, Yota, and Eleni, three women who went to school together and are still close friends, with long-standing, successful careers in marketing, advertising, and Greek botany research. They saw their newly established company as the means to promoting their mission: to come up with modern, innovative and premium herbal teas that showcase Greece as a promoter of quality. What is more, they wanted their products to embrace all of the values they believe in: ethos, quality, creativity, tradition, and innovation. The name Oreanthi, which means "beautiful flowers" in Greek, can be traced to the island of Chios, renowned for its beautiful flowers and lush vegetation, where it is a name given to girls. Oreanthi herbal infusions are premium blends of aromatic herbs and flowers masterfully combined to empower longevity and wellbeing the Greek way. All of the herbs and flowers are hand-harvested during the summer when their scent and potency are at their peak. They are then packaged in innovative and tasteful packs whose designs are evocative of Greek folklore embroideries which are interwoven with the Greek land. The embroidery motifs chosen for each packaging may remain steadily traditional but are now drawn in a more contemporary, less heavyset manner while accurately depicting the fragrant herbs and delicate flowers contained in each Oreanthi blend corresponding to them.
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The Greek herbal tea collection «Relax», from Attica "Oreanthi" 15x1,5g

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Product code: 001279 Gross Weight 46g
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This tea's soothing and relaxing properties will make it your favourite way of unwinding.
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