“You can ring ma be-e-ell, ring ma bell!” This is citrus heaven, tangy refreshing and delicious.
If citrus or lemon tea is your thing, brace yourself, this is as tangy and citrusy as you like.
When we looked to develop a lemon, caffeine free infusion tea, we wanted something that was deserving of the Hettie’s badge… good on the nose but outstanding on the palate!
One of our tearoom customers, John, who hails from Bristol originally, as well as having a safe and oft replenished supply of Zing a Ling at home, has taken this Lemon tea infusion on 4 cruises for far!!!!
TIP: Can be served as an iced tea and can also be used as cooking liquor for Salmon (we recommend Scottish Salmon obviously!)
Hibiscus, Lemongrass, Lemon Verbena, Orange Peel
While a good antioxidant, hibiscus flowers can reduce high blood pressure and cholesterol levels. These flowers boost immunity and weight loss, but are also a great hepatic medicine, preventing liver damage.
A wonderful tasting immunity booster, lemongrass gives a great touch to any herbal tea. Enjoyed by itself or in combination with other ingredients, lemongrass is a known go-to alternative for digestive issues, such as stomach cramps, upset stomach or nausea. It is known for helping relieve premenstrual symptoms and menstrual cramps.
Lemon Verbena tea can be used for any problems at the digestive system: indigestion, gas or constipation. It is also a stress reliever, so it offers a healthy night's sleep.
Great immunity booster rich in vitamin C, orange peels is anti inflammatory and increases oral health, helping with digestion and various skin problems