100g loose tea Tin
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Each to their own Detox! Here is the latest addition to the family, a tropical blend of green tea, maté, rooibos, and pineapple.
The Detox range by Kusmi is a family saga of fresh, fruity triplets inviting you to take care of yourself.
Nestled in its blue tin, this one is the dreamer of the family, constantly looking for far-flung lands and always shifting from the blue sky to the turquoise ocean. With a cup of Blue Detox, you will be transported to the heart of untouched regions where blue is king and tropical flavors meld with sweet notes, green tea, rooibos, and maté.
Blue Detox is the most intense of the three Detox blends by Kusmi. Will you be able to resist the deliciously exotic tastes of this picture-perfect tea?
Tea available in loose leaf (because it’s also good for the planet) or in teabags for when you’re on the go.
Remember, in some countries, Blue Detox is known as EXPURE Intense.
Maté fans are now legion! Officially known as yerba maté – the name “maté” actually refers to the calabash, or gourd, in which it is consumed – this plant is from the holly family and only grows in South America. The Argentinians, for example, drink maté all day long according to a longstanding ritual. The tea is placed in the maté and sugar, honey, or spices are added. A small well is then created to insert the bombilla – a metal tube used as both a straw and a filter. Hot water is then poured in and the maté is left to infuse before being enjoyed (preferably with others)!
We just love pineapple and its tropical taste! It has to be said that with its sweet and tangy flavor, it lives up to its Latin name ananas, which etymologically means “the scent of scents” in South America. According to legend, this exotic fruit was presented as a welcome gift to sailors to help them get their energy back after a long trip across the ocean. In fact, Christopher Columbus was the one who brought it back to Europe after “discovering” the fruit in Guadeloupe in 1493. We’re certainly grateful!
Pineapple (natural flavor)
Green and mate tea