Three plants of different habitats and characteristics provide an interesting herbal tea, with particular scent and wellbalanced flavour: slightly earthy and floral, delicate and sweet, fresh and minty. Herbal infusion to drink as hot as possible, promoting the memories of the countryside.
Plants have natural phytochemicals which may cause some side effects, depending on consumers’ age and condition.
Rationale: a combination of particular herbs of different origins and habitats.
Main character: This blend provides a well-balanced aromatic hot drink, revealing the robust, earthy and floral notes of a broom-like species locally known as carqueja, the aromatic softness of the common self-heal, and the sweet, fresh, and minty fragrance of the common mint, promoting a fusion of flavours and aromas that stimulate the senses and the memories of the countryside.
Buzz-words & key descriptors: Assorted senses (robust and full-body aromas: strong, bitter and earthy; soft notes: something floral, light minty and suggesting honey,) • Well-being feelings • Portuguese Rooibos • Countryside memories