'Sweet root' was first cultivated in England in the 16th century by Dominican monks in Pontefract, Yorkshire. This is where the trade in liquorice began. Liquorice contains B-complex vitamins and vitamin E along with trace elements, and over the years has also been used as a medicine. Suitable for any time of the day. Ingredients: China black tea, anis flavour, mallow flowers, liquorice root cut (10%).
If you have high blood pressure, liver disorder or diabetes, we do not recommend use of liquorice tea for more than seven days at a time.
|Type||Black China Tea|
|Brewing Advice||Use one dessert spoons per cup. Add boiling water. Infuse for three minutes or according to taste.|