A beautiful composition evoking the end of summer with its shades of green, yellow and orange. Its liquor is sweet and citrus from lemon balm and orange. Its slightly saline and vegetal flavor provides body and roundness. Hops and chamomile bolder in the finish with their resiny and floral characters.
Composition : Amaranth, agastache, calendula, lemon balm
(Amanranthus hyponchondriacus, Agastache rugosa, Calendula officinalis, Melissa officinalis)
Another colorful herbal tea with bright flowers to please the eye. Its infusion is warm and silky, dominated by zesty and floral aromas with, lingering in the finish, soft notes of sweets (rose candy) and herbs (raspberry leaves). Delicate in taste, it will surely make you remember those clear summer days. Tonic for your nerves, La Belle Humeur Organic is ideal to keep you both focused and calm. It also aids digestion and the nervous system.
Composition : Lemon verbena, calendula (marigold), yarrow, mallow, cornflower
(Lippia citriodora, Calendula officinalis, Achillea millefolium, Malva sylvestris , Centaurea cyanus)
Here is a delicate blend of raspberry, purple basil and wild rose buds. The stunning deep violet liquor is lively and has a pleasant suppleness relieved by a fine astringency that gives it body. The intensity of the aromatic oils of basil and rose blend with the vegetal character of raspberry. The long spicy finish (peppermint) leaves a sense of lightness.
From the peatland of Lake Saint-Jean, the downy leaves of this native plant of the Rhododendron genus disclose, in infusion, a lively and light liquor, supported by strong citrus and camphor aromas. Its vegetal character is reminiscent of lichen and cedar. Anti-inflammatory and decongestant, its essential oil is also calming.
This mixture was created especially for the cold season, distinguished by the spicy (pepper) and fruity (blueberry) character of the holy basil (also called tulsi). The rich calendula (marigold) enhances the liquor with a rich and velvety texture. Vegetable and saline nettle notes support harmoniously the ethereal softness and floral bouquet of the rose and oregano.
In spite of the fact that this small robust indigenous plant of Quebec (gaulthérie couchée) is not related to tea, its English name, Wintergreen, appropriately evokes the refreshing effect that it can bring to different types of inflammations (fevers, joint pains). In infusion, its liquor, light and sweet, is strongly marked by the essential oil it carries (methyl salicylate) with its pronounced and characteristic taste, reminding of its use in muscle balms. In the finish, a delicate hint of sweetness is invigorated with a long sparkling sensation, similar to its pain relief and analgesic …