The Jenier Range of Fruit and Herbal Infusions

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Bamboo leaves make a wonderful, smooth bodied, herbaceous, caffeine free drink that can be brewed multiple times. The bamboo leaves produce a pale tea with colour and herbaceous flavour similar to green tea. Historically, Bamboo has been used as a...

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Butterfly Blue Pea Flower is a very celebrated flower that provides an amazing blue colour to infusions. Add them to your blends to create a unique colour and if you serve with a slice of lemon or lime you'll see the colour change to purple - very...

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Calendula Petals, also known as Marigold make a wonderful, decorative addition to any tea blend. Neutral in flavour, it will add a truly interesting visual perpsective to any tea blend, without altering the blend's taste in any way. Infused alone as a...

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The essential oils from our Egyptian camomile flowers produce a smoothing, pleasant aroma highlighted by a fruity character. Add the best peppermint leaves to bring out wonderful mint highlights and you have a wonderful caffeine free herbal tea...

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Chrysanthemum flowers have been enjoyed by the Chinese for over 3000 years. Also known as Ju Hua, our Chrysanthemum flowers are harvested at their peak and then carefully sun dried. When infused with boiling water the chrysanthemum flowers make a...

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Cinnamon has been used as an ingredient for thousands of years, dating back to Ancient Egypt. In those times, the spice was rare and considered valuable. Made from the inner bark that is extracted from the stems of cinnamon trees it is loaded with...
Cornflower Petals
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If you're looking for an impressive, visual splash of colour for your tea blend, then cornflowers will certainly do the job. Neutral in flavour, the beautiful, dried blue flowers offer vibrant colour and when infused alone provide a mellow herbal,...
Red Cornflower
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If you're looking for an impressive, visual splash of colour for your tea blend, then cornflowers will certainly do the job. Neutral in flavour, the beautiful, dried red flowers offer vibrant colour and when infused alone provide a mellow herbal,...

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Dandelion leaves are caffeine free and can be enjoyed as a herbal infusion on their own, or when added to a blend. The taste is mild and slightly herbaceous and works well when enjoyed with a little honey. Dandelion leaves have historically been used for...

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From one of the world's finest ginger farms, grown in Sing Buri, Thailand, these dried ginger pieces make an excellent addition to customised tea and herbal blends. Ginger root has been used throughout the years as an additive to all kinds of foods. You...

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From the perfect growing conditions of sandy loam and nutrients of the Nile we bring you the highest quality Egyptian Camomile Flowers. Renowned for its many health benefits, Camomile makes a great tea on its own but lends itself well to blends such as...

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Fennel seeds are used to add their liquorice, anise like flavour in many tea and herbal infusions but they also make an excellent herbal infusion simply brewed on their own. Fennel has been reported to suppress appetite, aid digestion and reduce bloating...

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Harvested in Egypt, these Hibiscus flowers are resistant to drought and relatively easy to grow. Great as a blending component in herbal teas or brewed on its own as a tea, we are confident this hibiscus is one of the finest available in the world...

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The best Jasmine flowers grown in the Fujian province in China are picked in early May then used to create Jasmine tea similar to our Jasmine Blossom green tea. The delicate scent of the Jasmine flowers is transferred to the tea by layering the flowers...

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Lavender Flowers grown in the French region of Provence normally bloom from around the last week in June until the beginning of August. Harvested in the traditional way, then air and sun dried these Lavender petals yield a wonderful aroma that helps to...

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Lemon Balm actually has very little to do with lemons apart from its aroma that offers a hint of lemon. Strangely enough it is in fact a member of the mint family native to Southern Europe and the Mediterranean. Whilst historically lemon balm leaves...