Wild Quince Tea

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Herbal Tea
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From Georgian Tea 1847

Wild quince trees grow in forests of Guria and Imereti regions. The drink made from its leaves has been used for centuries in traditional Georgian medicine for treating heart problems and blood pressure. We have improved the traditional technology to extract more flavor and useful properties. Young leaves are picked by hand in the spring and processed according to the technology of black tea. Great option for herbal tea lovers. Can be brewed independentally, but we recommend to mix it with black tea.

Place of Origin

Imereti & Guria Regions, Georgia


400-600 m

Tasting notes

Silky body Balanced notes of walnuts and honey

Health benefits

Caffeine free Regulates blood pressure Maintains healthy heart Improves immune system

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