Lemongrass and Sweet lime
Eastern Zing is an organic Darjeeling Green tea blend with soothing notes of Lemongrass, freshness of spearmint and a dash of ginger for a robust finish. Green Tea is low in caffeine and best enjoyed for that much-needed boost. The fruits we use in our blends are fully dehydrated in-house starting with locally soured fresh fruit with no added sugar or preservatives. Sweet lime and Ginger is a wonderful combination to give your immunity a boost while keeping your entire digestive track in good order. With spices and Lemongrass, you are assured of a complete Teatox!
Ausum Tea blends are handmade in small batches with zero sugar and sweeteners and no preservatives. Our blends can be enjoyed as Loose leaf or in Teabags to suit your convenience. Ausum Tea teabags are crafted using 100% pure cotton, naturally bleached without the use of any chemicals. These recycled cotton teabags are fully bio-degradable.
Destress and Relax with this organic Darjeeling Green tea blend that makes for a great brew when served hot. Infuse in white alcohol to spruce up your cocktails!
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Forget the madness on the outside and on the inside and let it all go. Decompress with soothing notes of Lemongrass blended with freshness of spearmint and a dash of ginger for a robust finish. Let the delicate taste of ethically certified and organic Darjeeling Green Tea do its magic.
Ausum Tea is all about making tea a fun, alternative yet great for you experience. We are conscious of developing blends that have a layered taste for a more well-rounded beverage. We work with select suppliers who share the same ethos as us - ethically sourcing, no preservatives or pesticides to the extent possible, small enterprises that rely on small businesses to thrive. Since we dry most of the fruit that goes into our blends, our sourcing is mainly reliant on seasonality and supply of fresh produce.
Every cup of Ausum is part of our mission towards Clean and Green living. Our blends are packed with goodness and none of the added sugar, preservatives or sweeteners. Ausum Tea is great for your body, soul and environment. We strive to be a minimal waste brand. The packaging, especially the teabags will decompose within 12 months when mixed with soil.
Ausum Tea teabags are crafted using 100% pure cotton, naturally bleached without the use of any chemicals. Enjoy a cup of Ausum as it is meant to be – real goodness of the blend and none of the lingering taste of chemicals or paper. Each Ausum Tea bag is sanitised using Ozone and then packed individually in pouches flushed with Nitrogen to retain the freshness of the blend. In pursuit of generating minimal waste, the teabags decompose and return to nature, from where they came.
Ausum Tea teabags are handcrafted by enterprising women who are striving to have a better livelihood by upskilling themselves. Each teabag is a tale of the person who has had a role to play in bringing a dash of Ausum to your cup.
Considered the elixir of teas, Green tea needs no introduction. Enjoyed hot or cold, or even in powdered form, Green tea is considered a superfood and hailed for its strong antioxidants and health benefits. Tea leaves harvested from the Camellia Sinensis plant are heated—by pan firing or steaming, and then dried to prevent too much oxidation to produce Green tea. Legend has it Chinese Emperor Shen Nong was boiling water the leaves of the Camellia Sinensis plant fell into his pot. He liked the result so much that tea was born—all tea was Green tea for centuries.
When can you drink Green tea, you may ask? Since Green tea contains low caffeine, they can be enjoyed at any time of the day. Typically before a meal or an hour or two post a meal is ideal. How much Green tea can I drink, you may wonder? A few cups of Green tea is a great habit to form. Our blends are close to Zero Calorie so drink as frequently as you like guilt free!
Our Destress and Relax blends are all about giving you dose of tranquility to escape the humdrum of the grind. Cherish the after effects of calm in a teacup daily.
Lemongrass and Sweet lime
Organic Darjeeling Green Tea, Sweet Lime, Lemongrass, Ginger, Spearmint, Echinacea and Sea Buckthorn
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Green tea is more than just a golden liquid. The bioactive compounds from the leaves that make it into the final drink are loaded with polyphenols that function as powerful antioxidants. With its low level of caffeine, it stimulates the increased brain activity and improves functions such as mood, concentration, reaction time and memory. Fat oxidation can show an increase when Green tea is consumed, which is the cherry on top!
Sweet Lime sits square in the Citrus family. The dehydrated fruit chunks of Sweet Lime aids in digestion and flushing out toxins. It gives the immune system a boost while keeping your entire digestive track in good order.
Long known for its anti-inflammatory properties, Ginger acts as a natural preservative for the body. Teemed with antioxidants, it is a digestive and a stress reliever.
Starting on top with Lemongrass, you are assured of a Teatox! Part of every Chinese medicine, it is a wonderful herb for detoxing and cleansing. Keep close when battling a cold! Echinacea is a traditional healing herb of Native Americans. It is known to be packed with anti-inflammatory properties and stimulates the immune system. Known as the miracle herb, Seabuckthorn is widely used in cosmetics for its calming effect. Known to help you get your glow on, it helps you keep fighting fit inside out! Finally, topping Eastern Zing is that whiff of Spearmint. Menthol in mint staves off infection and helps the tummy settle down.
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