The world's first herbal tea made from the leaves of the jute plant masterfully blended with dried ginger of the highest quality. In terms of taste, jute tea ginger resembles a fine ginger tea, rounded off with a green herbal note, naturally without caffeine and therefore very digestible. At the same time, the nutrient-rich jute leaves offer a balanced mineral composition, protective antioxidants and strengthening polyphenols. The basic herbal tea from the northeast of the Indian subcontinent inspires tea drinkers from the very first sip and finally represents a real innovation on the tea market again after a long time.
Minerals & Trace elements
Jute leaves have a high mineral content. Especially iron, calcium, potassium and magnesium are found in significant amounts, as are the trace elements zinc and selenium. Thus our jute tea represents the complete alkaline mineral spectrum.
Polyphenols for your immune system
Jute leaves are rich in secondary plant substances with antioxidant potential. In particular chlorogenic acid, astragaline, phloricine, procyanidine B1 and miquelianin act as radical scavengers in jute leaves and protect the cells.
Our jute tea contains no caffeine (also called theine in tea) and can therefore be drunk by children without hesitation. Furthermore, our jute tea is ideal for the evening hours.
That`s how Jute Tea Ginger tastes like
- mild, pleasant pungency
- fine, not too strong ginger aroma
- earthy-spicy, reminiscent of forest soil
That`s how you prepare loose Jute tea
It is best to use paper tea filters or a tea strainer for preparation. You can also put the loose jute tea directly into the cup and let the tea set settle or filter it. We like jute tea best if we let boiling water cool down to about 85 °C or cool it down with a shot of cold water. One teaspoon is sufficient for one cup of jute tea. The infusion time is between 3 and 5 minutes.