FOR NESPRESSO® BIO TEA - CHARM OF CHAI - 10 X 2g - Art.No.: 1012003

my-cups from Germany - Certified for trade by DE-ÖKO-006

Regular price €3,29

Unit price €16,45 EUR per 100g
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Approximate shipping weight Ca. 0.355 kg
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THE "CHARM OF CHAI": THAT INSPIRES YOU

Looking for inspiration? Then treat yourself to a spicy-tasting "Charm of Chai" cup from My Tea Cup. Push the capsule into your Nespresso®³ machine and press the button. Bring the Orient into your home. Strong, aromatic taste. He takes you into the colorful world of the Orient. Rooibos. This is the basis of our organic herbal tea blend. It goes perfectly with cinnamon, black pepper, cardamom, and ginger. They are said to have all kinds of positive effects on well-being. Orange peels refresh you with their essential oils. Your inspiring tea moment. Take your thoughts as they come. Terrific - they can't be any different now.

UNIQUE ENJOYMENT IN A FEW SECONDS

Do you need a lot of time for exceptional tea enjoyment? Not necessary. With My Tea Cup. Our capsules for Nespresso®³ systems let you enjoy a perfect cup of tea in just 40 seconds.

THE INGREDIENTS

Not black tea. But rooibos. Together with him, selected herbs and spices bring an oriental feeling into your cup of tea.

"CHARM OF CHAI": ORIENTAL SPICES IN YOUR CUP

It's something very special. The "Charm of Chai" from My Tea Cup. Because its basis is not black tea - as usual. But rooibos. It only grows in the Cedar Mountains of South Africa. The bush belonging to the gorse family is very demanding. Special climate, special soil properties. Hot and dry in summer. Cold and damp in winter. The soil must be sandy. As with the tea plant, its quality is best at higher altitudes. The rooibos then grows more slowly and accumulate more minerals. And tastes more aromatic. Also included: the ginger. There is no complete agreement about where exactly it comes from. Maybe from Eastern Asia. The bulbous, hot, and spicy plant grows in the tropics and subtropics. Our ginger comes mainly from Nigeria, India, Indonesia, Peru, Tanzania, or Vietnam. Depending on, where the harvests are best. And the orange. Their bowl gives your tea a sweetish-bitter aroma. The citrus fruit is originally from China or Southeast Asia. Tangerine crossed with grapefruit. And the result was: the most commonly grown citrus fruit by now. Around the world. Paraguay, Egypt, South Africa. We mainly get our oranges from there. Would you have known In warm countries the orange stays green? But it tastes just as great. It only turns orange when it's cold. And then our spices for the "Charm of Chai": cinnamon, pepper, and cardamom. Most of them come from Asia, of course. As befits a chai. Tangerine crossed with grapefruit. And the result was: the most commonly grown citrus fruit by now. Around the world. Paraguay, Egypt, South Africa. We mainly get our oranges from there. Would you have known In warm countries the orange stays green? But it tastes just as great. It only turns orange when it's cold. And then our spices for the "Charm of Chai": cinnamon, pepper, and cardamom. Most of them come from Asia, of course. As befits a chai. Tangerine crossed with grapefruit. And the result was: the most commonly grown citrus fruit by now. Around the world. Paraguay, Egypt, South Africa. We mainly get our oranges from there. Would you have known In warm countries the orange stays green? But it tastes just as great. It only turns orange when it's cold. And then our spices for the "Charm of Chai": cinnamon, pepper, and cardamom. Most of them come from Asia, of course. As befits a chai. And then our spices for the "Charm of Chai": cinnamon, pepper, and cardamom. Most of them come from Asia, of course. As befits a chai. And then our spices for the "Charm of Chai": cinnamon, pepper, and cardamom. Most of them come from Asia, of course. As befits a chai.




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