Ginger - N°805

115,00 kr


incl. VAT plus shipping 1.150,00 kr/kg
incl. VAT

115 kr

1.150 kr/kg
GingerLemonHay
Select Variant: Caddy - 100g brews 50 cups

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Back to the roots. Ginger’s inimitable, spicy-sweet heat has traditionally been prized as a household remedy. Freeze-dried right after harvest, our gold nuggets retain every bit of the aroma and ingredients that ‘fresh’ ginger loses on its transport around the world.

Ingredients

Organic ginger tea


Ginger pieces (cut, dried)* (*certified organic)

Preparation
Quantity Temperature Time
2 tsp / 250 ml 100.0° C 1 infusion 5 min.

Background Knowledge

Derived from the Old French gingibre for spirit, spunk or temper, ginger has been prized for its aromatic, culinary and medicinal properties for thousands of years – mentioned in countless ancient medical treatises from China and India all the way to the Middle East. Also known as the “root of health,” this fragrant panacea brews up a wonderfully spicy and exotic cup – equally delicious hot or cold. It’s all cut and dried on the PAPER & TEA ginger front: treat these golden nuggets to an extended stint in the pot to unleash their succulent zing – adding honey, brown sugar, sliced lemon or a touch of orange peel for that final touch.

Tasting Notes

ginger, lemon, hay

Ingredients

Ginger pieces (cut, dried)* (*certified organic)

Preparation

Quantity Temperature Time
2 tsp / 250 ml 100° C 1 infusion 2 min.
2 infusion 4 min.

Background Knowledge

Derived from the Old French gingibre for spirit, spunk or temper, ginger has been prized for its aromatic, culinary and medicinal properties for thousands of years – mentioned in countless ancient medical treatises from China and India all the way to the Middle East. Also known as the “root of health,” this fragrant panacea brews up a wonderfully spicy and exotic cup – equally delicious hot or cold. It’s all cut and dried on the PAPER & TEA ginger front: treat these golden nuggets to an extended stint in the pot to unleash their succulent zing – adding honey, brown sugar, sliced lemon or a touch of orange peel for that final touch.