Hornbill Granduer is a green tea with a story behind its origin.
A green tea made with memories of the north-east and especially Nagaland, a state in north east India. Known for the magnificent bird the “Hornbill”.
Using Wild apples, Amla (Indian Gooseberry) and Moringa. A beautiful tea full of sweet sour taste and all the goodness of minerals and vitamin.
Method of Preparation:
Use 1 teaspoon of tea ( approximately 2 gm) and steep for 4 minutes in pre heated water ( temperature approximate 95’C).
Green Tea –
High on antioxidant properties and polyphenol; Lowers cholesterol & stimulates the immune system.
Amla (Indian gooseberries) – Healthy dosage of Vitamin C, phytochemicals and Potassium. It improves heart health and lowers cholesterol levels.
Wild apples ~ apples grow naturally in the northeast of India. Though not as big or of the variety we are used to. These are small hard fruits. But full of goodness.
Moringa ~ Leaves from the Drum stick tree. A common tree in India of which every part has been used in Ayurveda. Commonly used as a dietary supplement as it is rich in minerals and vitamins.