I love ginger and lemon and wanted a tea without added flavourings and hidden sugar. So I set to work and rounded up all the lemoniest herbs to give you all the sunshine of citrus, without the sharpness. Lemony myrtle, lemon grass and lemon verbena are rich in aromatic oils and smooth, mellow flavour, and I’ve added a hint of ginger for extra spice and body. Forget any lemon and ginger tea you’ve tasted before! This is a complex, delicious and refreshing tea for all the senses.
Lemon myrtle, lemongrass, verbena, safflower, ginger (15%).
Great Taste 2016
Fresh ginger is so rich in vitamin C that 5th century Chinese mariners ate it to ward off scurvy.
how to enjoy our tea
Enjoy at any time of day. Drink hot in winter, iced in the summer, and take a moment to enjoy the heady fragrance.
Tip: Add to gin with a slice of fresh ginger.
Use the herbs to flavour soups and fish dishes.
Want to know more about delicious Australian bush food lemon myrtle?
Lemon myrtle is a well-known bush food in Australia. The leaves of this pretty shrub have long been used in cooking, thanks to their richly aromatic essential oils and flavour. They have a lovely lemony fragrance, and can be used fresh or dried, in a similar way to bay leaves. The flexibility of lemon myrtle has led to new uses in modern Australian cuisine, whether in lemon myrtle crème brûlée, biscuits or in fish dishes.
Lemon myrtle is rich in antioxidants and minerals, including zinc, and is used as a traditional health remedy for sore throats and gastric problems, and as an anti-bacterial tonic.
If you haven’t discovered this amazing lemony herb yet, now’s the time!
medical herb Research
The anti-inflammatory action of ginger is well documented in medical research.
Customer Reviews 2 item(s)
- Gorgeous tea
lovely great for my sore throat, bought it from the stand at the SECC and will be ordering more
- Whether cold or hot, it's "the" herbal tea for me
This is my absolute favourite! Cindy's Lemony Ginger is not only a warming tea during the cold months but during the summer it works perfectly as an ice tea. Refreshing and warming without being overpowering, like other fruit infusions can be. I just can't get enough of it.
Drinking our tea is not a substitute for seeing a doctor.