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We've travelled the globe to find the very best organic ingredients to put in our drinks.  

as organic as nature intended

matcha

Matcha is a type of Japanese green tea. And unlike teas you might be familiar with that you get from tea bags or loose leaves, this unique type is finely ground, powdered green tea.  Find out more

matcha
  • TASTES: earthy with a sweet aftertaste
  • KNOWN FOR: High in Antioxidants Theanine

turmeric

Turmeric or Curcuma longa is a spice that comes from the Turmeric plant. It is the roots of this plant that is used to make the spice Turmeric. Find out more

turmeric
  • TASTES: mild and creamy
  • KNOWN FOR: Anti-inflammatory properties

barley

Barley coffee, or Café D’orzo has quickly gathered a following with those seeking a caffeine free alternative to the daily espresso and is regaining its popularity today, for a healthier daily brew. Find out more

matcha
  • TASTES: like coffee
  • KNOWN FOR: Caffeine free and aids digestion

cacao

It’s said that Cacao is one of the most nutritionally dense foods on the planet, and whilst we’ve got used to eating it as delicious chocolate, it’s also good to know you can enjoy it without the guilt! Find out more

cacao
  • TASTES: like dark chocolate
  • KNOWN FOR: The most natural form of chcocolate

mullein

Mullein or Verbascum Thapsus, is a yellow flowering plant native to Europe and Asia. It is thought that the word Mullein derives from the latin word 'mullis' meaning soft and refers to the plants soft, velvety leaves. Find out more

matcha
  • TASTES: delightful aromatic and refreshing
  • KNOWN FOR: Supporting respiratory health

corn silk

Corn silk is the long silk like thread that grows on corncobs. Most people discard the corn silk but you might feel differently when you know the powers of these silky strands! Find out more 

cacao
  • TASTES: smooth and silky
  • KNOWN FOR: Acts as a diuretic

burdock root

With its spiky thistle-like appearance and vibrant purple flowers, burdock is a distinctive looking plant that grows all across Europe and Asia.
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matcha
  • TASTES: sweet and earthy
  • KNOWN FOR: Detoxing properties

dandelion root

With their vibrant yellow flowers, dandelions are the nemesis of gardeners the world over. But these pesky weeds have been an important ingredient in traditional remedies for centuries Find out more

cacao
  • TASTES: silky with herby undertones
  • KNOWN FOR: Fighting off common ailments

elderberry

Both the elderberry tree’s vibrant purple berries and delicate white flowers are used in natural remedies, as they’re packed with antioxidants and vitamins. Find out more

matcha
  • TASTES: sweet and earthy
  • KNOWN FOR: Detoxing properties

spearmint

Spearmint gets its name from its distinctive spear-shaped leaves. You might be familiar with it in dental products, but there’s so much more to spearmint than fresh breath. Find out more 

cacao
  • TASTES: silky with herby undertones
  • KNOWN FOR: Fighting off common ailments

lemon balm

Lemon balm is a member of the mint family and has been used in traditional remedies for millennia.
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matcha
  • TASTES: mint and lemon
  • KNOWN FOR: Detoxing properties

sage

Sage is a vibrant, earthy herb that you might be fairly familiar with.
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cacao
  • TASTES: silky with herby undertones
  • KNOWN FOR: Fighting off common ailments

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