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Our herbs are gathered by hand from the sub-alpine meadows of Carpathian Mountains, one of the most bio-diverse ecosystems in Europe. Then they’re carefully dried and airtight packed at source to ensure maximum potency. The result—a soothing, delicious cup of wellness.

Cultivated widely by ancient Britons as boundary-defining hedges, hawthorn grows wild in the Carpathian Mountains. In May, when they crest with color, flavor and nutrition, the tree’s leaves and flowers are hand-picked and air dried.

  • Ingredients: Organic Wild Hawthorn Leaf and Flower
  • Scientific Name: Crataegus Monogyna
  • Taste: Enjoy a cup of this mildly astringent tea with its slightly bitter finish.

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