Relax and enjoy a moment in the company of Nature with this elegant metal tea chest.
Decorated with the chilli pepper illustration from Basilius Besler’s Hortus Eystettensis codex, within you’ll find 48 tea bags for various uses.
The hystory of botany and the disclosure of its most rare and precious aspects, has always been part of the Aboca project. Hortus Eystettensis was published in 1613, following a 16-year long study. It contains the illustrations of more than 1000 plants, ordered for the first time according to the natural calendar of flowering time. Aboca published a facsimile reproduction of the specimen preserved in the University Library of Eichstätt.
The tea chest contains:
- 8 teabags of Rosa Canina, rehydrating and refreshing
- 8 teabags of Finocarbo Plus, to promote the physiological elimination of intestinal gas
- 8 teabags of Digererbe, to promote digestion
- 8 teabags of Sedivitax, to promote night rest
- 8 teabags of Tè Verde, a purifying antioxidant
- 8 teabags of Camomilla Due Fiori, soothing and relaxing.
All of Aboca’s herbal teas are 100% natural. To better capture the aroma, purity and effective qualities of the blends, each tea bag features a patented sachet sealed without the use of adhesives or metal staples.
How to use
One tea bag is enough for a cup of herbal tea (approx. 100 ml). Bring water to a boil and pour into a cup with the tea bag. Let the infusion steep for 5-7 minutes, covering the container so as to avoid losing the more volatile substances. To sweeten, we recommend honey.