DETOX Scandinave • Scandinavian

Tea type
Herbal Tea
Ingredients
Apple, Beet Root, Bilberries, Birch Bark, Cranberry, Elderflower, Natural Flavours, Sea Buckthorn Berries
Flavors
Apple, Blueberry, Earth, Floral, Jam, Sweet
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Loose Leaf, Sachet
Caffeine
Caffeine Free
Certification
Organic
Edit tea info Last updated by Cameron B.
Average preparation
Boiling 5 min, 0 sec 12 oz / 354 ml

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  • “This is my third tea of the Palais des Thes “Detox” line up… This is my favourite so far, and by quite a bit. I think that the cranberry flavour is really quite spot on; and has a beautiful...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Palais des Thés Advent Calendar – Day 9 I’ve been curious about the Palais des Thés Detox range, so I’m happy to see them included in the advent calendar. This one is an herbal blend with berries....” Read full tasting note
    82
  • “Another tea (infusion rather) of Le Palais des Thés DETOX range I tried last week at the LPDT shop at Tours : I wasn´t impressed when smelling this blend, but the taste is really something else....” Read full tasting note
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From Palais des Thes

Delectable herbal tea caffeine-free – natural defenses

A delicious organic herbal tea with Birch, sea buckthorn, cranberry & bilberry.

Scandinavian DETOX is a delicious herbal tea combining the detox benefits of birch with the antioxidant properties of Scandinavian berries for a protective effect on the body. This sweet, fruity blend can be enjoyed both hot and iced.

In Scandinavia, the climate is often extreme. Yet Scandinavians love to spend time outdoors and live in harmony with the environment and the surrounding nature. They’ve learnt to understand and draw on their inner strengths to deal with the harsh exterior. This is why our Scandinavian DETOX supports the body’s natural defences, by harnessing the qualities of the plants and fruit of Nordic forests, such as birch and berries.

This herbal tea is made up of:

birch: symbol of renewal in Nordic culture and known for its high flavonoid content with antioxidant properties, it contains diuretic and cleansing agents that help the body eliminate toxins.
sea buckthorn, cranberry, elderflower, blueberry: this blend of wild berries with antioxidant properties and rich in vitamins provides natural support for the body’s defence mechanisms. Especially rich in vitamin C, these berries contribute to the body’s effective natural defences and help revitalise the body, to stay healthy through the seasons. This association gives the blend its sweet, fruity notes.

This herbal tea is made up of ingredients grown organically and has several organic certifications: AB label, EU certified organic food label, Ecocert organic certification, USDA Organic label.

Ingredients: Apple°, birch° (20%), beetroot°, sea buckthorn° (4%), elderflower°, cranberry° (2%), bilberry° (2%), natural flavors.

°Organically grown ingredients.

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4 Tasting Notes

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This is my third tea of the Palais des Thes “Detox” line up…

This is my favourite so far, and by quite a bit. I think that the cranberry flavour is really quite spot on; and has a beautiful juicy/sweet quality with just a tiny, tiny tinge of tartness. That’s something that I like a lot about cranberry in European blends: it’s far sweeter than the way many companies in North America interpret it. Here, the focus always seems to be on tart cranberry notes (usually with accompanying hibiscus). That can be really nice too; but I love that sweet/plump cranberry vibe.

The woodier elements to the blend are phenomenal too; I think it adds a great naturalness to the tea and helps with balancing out the flavour. Definitely enhances that whole “forest berry” vibe, and I feel like sells me a little more on this being a “Scandinavian” inspired blend. I also feel like I get a biscuit-y element in the profile? Like, as an undertone – not a prominent part of the sip. Not sure which ingredient is doing it for me – though it could easily be a flavouring too that’s contributing it: those are so hard to track…

I’d definitely drink this one again though!

Cameron B.

The Scandinavian and Japanese versions were my favorites. I was very pleased that they were tasty because the ingredients sounded so good!

Roswell Strange

I just tried the Japanese one, and I also loved it! I think I liked this one just slightly more though. I believe the only one I have left to try now is whichever one is the mango rooibos thing?

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Palais des Thés Advent Calendar – Day 9

I’ve been curious about the Palais des Thés Detox range, so I’m happy to see them included in the advent calendar. This one is an herbal blend with berries. I wasn’t sure what a bilberry is, but it seems they are similar to blueberries.

This came out a little bit weak, but otherwise I really like it. I can taste the blueberry-esque bilberry, along with the slightly zingier cranberry on a sweet base of apple. Apparently there is beet here as well, and I think I can taste it a little bit, especially near the end of the sip where it adds sweetness. I can’t really comment on the birch, having no idea what that would taste like. I do taste a bit of elderflower, which is lovely considering it’s one of the few florals that I really enjoy.

I quite like this one. In fact, I may consider ordering a tin… The artwork is also beautiful, which always helps. ;)

Flavors: Apple, Blueberry, Earth, Floral, Jam, Sweet

Preparation
Boiling 5 min, 0 sec 12 OZ / 354 ML

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Another tea (infusion rather) of Le Palais des Thés DETOX range I tried last week at the LPDT shop at Tours : I wasn´t impressed when smelling this blend, but the taste is really something else. I´m not sure whether I´d ever tried an infusion of a blend using birch bark before, but this “première” was definitely positive. Also, when drinking this blend, I can imagine sipping it to relax, so its use to “detox” is understandable.

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