|1 tspn per cup||90°c||5-8 min||As is||Honey||Iced|
1 tsp per cup in water at 90°c for 5-8 min
As it is or with honey. Try it iced.
Pleasant tasting infusion with a mild grassy flavour
StoryAccording to Greek mythology raspberries were discovered on Mount Ida on the Greek island of Crete while the gods of Olympia were searching for berries. Legend has it that raspberries were once white but while picking the fruit Zeus' nursemaid, Ida pricked her finger on a thorn which stained all the berries red, they have remained so ever since. Studies have shown a link between regularly drinking raspberry leaf tea during the third trimester of pregnancy and reducing the discomfort of child birth by relaxing the cervix muscles.
Raspberry leaves are among the most pleasant-tasting of all the herbal tissanes and contain essential vitamins and minerals including magnesium, potassium and phosphorus, vitamin A, C, E and B complex as well as aiding the body in ironabsorbtion.