Bright and Breezy Herbal Infusion
Peppermint & Hibiscus Tea

Bright and Breezy Herbal Infusion

Herbal Infusion

Regular price £7.99

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Jekka’s herbal infusions have been lovingly created based on over 30 years’ experience of growing and using medicinal & culinary herbs. Our herbal teas are a perfect blend of herbs that make the ultimate herb tisane. 

Green tea, pinhead gunpowder, combines well with the traditional calendula providing a refreshing infusion. Adding hibiscus and peppermint to the blend creates a lovely aroma that washes away the worries of the day.

Buy two herbal infusions for £15 (automatically applied at checkout) and receive them in an eco-craft decorated gift box with an illustrated herbal infusion information card.

Also available in Jekka’s Herbal Gardeners Gift Box; the perfect gift.

For the perfect brew, Jekka recommends using boiled, not boiling, water and steeping one bag per cup for three to five minutes. You can sweeten with honey or sugar to taste. Best served without milk.

Read Jekka's Guide to Herbal Infusions for Jekka's tips, ideas, favourite herbs and more.

Bright & Breezy Herbal Infusion:

  • Ingredients: Pinhead Gunpowder, Peppermint, Hibiscus, Calendula Petals.
  • Contains: 15 biodegradable tea bags
  • Net weight per unit: 37.5g

Jekka’s homeware and gifts have been produced following our root of being ‘green, environmentally friendly & sustainable’ and as such our suppliers follow and produce products that are ethically sourced and sustainable.

All our homeware and gifts are packed into eco-kraft boxes, which are FSC approved and we have not use any plastic.

For example, our herbal infusions are hand blended in the UK and packed into biodegradable teabags and a sealed natureflex gus, which is renewable plant-based material and is certified home compostable. All the packaging is FSC approved recyclable card board.

Our tea towels, mugs, coasters and placemats are also produced in the UK.

For gifts containing seeds, our herb seeds are untreated and can be used to grow organic herb plants.