The world's first herbal tea made from the leaves of the jute plant masterfully blended with dried mint of the highest quality. The taste of jute tea mint is similar to a tangy mint 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 alkaline herbal tea from the northeast of the Indian subcontinent inspires tea drinkers from the first sip and finally represents a real innovation on the tea market again after a long time.
Minerals and traceelements
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 covers the complete alkaline mineral spectrum.
Polyphenols for the immune system
Jute leaves are rich in secondary plant ingredients 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 Mint tastes like
- refreshingly sparkling
- pleasant, not too obtrusive mint aroma
- invigorating and cooling
Make your own iced tea - the tastiest cooling off in summer!
An iced tea on a jute tea basis brings a pleasant cooling even on the hottest summer days. Especially our jute tea blends with mint and lemon verbena are ideal for a decaffeinated, tangy-fresh ice tea.
How do I prepare jute iced tea?
- Brew the jute tea with double the amount of tea.
- Let the tea steep a little longer than usual - at least 6 minutes.
- Fill a large glass with ice cubes and two slices of pressed lime.
- Pour the hot jute tea directly onto the ice cubes - rapid cooling of the hot tea is the secret of a tasty ice tea.
Our tip if you like it a little sweeter: Agave syrup or honey are excellent sweeteners.