Aronia Tea

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It is the only aronia tea on the market with 50% organic aronia in its composition.
It is a unique mix of 80% dry fruits (50% organic aronia, cranberry, apple and dog-rose fruit) and hibiscus flower. It has a strong pleasant thrilling aroma and sour taste that will fully sharpen your senses.

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It is the only aronia tea on the market with 50% organic aronia in its composition. It is a unique mix of 80% dry fruits (50% organic aronia, cranberry, apple and dog-rose fruit) and hibiscus flower. It has a strong, pleasant, distinctive aroma and sour taste that will fully sharpen your senses. Aronia tea contains a naturally high content of vitamin C.

Use: pour 200ml of boiling water over 1 spoon of the tea mixture and leave in a covered pot for 10 -15 minutes. Filter the tea out and sweeten according to your taste. Vitamin value: 108mg-content of vitamin C in 100g Aronia tea.

Ingredients:

dried fruits ( organic aronia, dried cranberry, dried apple, dog rose), hibiscus flower, aroma.

Nutritive value100g
Energy0kcal
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Carbohydrates0g
of which sugars0g
Proteins0g
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Apple

Apple is a sweet, edible fruit which contains an abundance of different vitamins and minerals. It is beneficial to add dried apple in breakfast muesli and cereal bars, as well as to consume fresh as a snack.

Cranberry

Cranberry is a forest fruit which contains moderate levels of vitamin C, dietary fiber and the essential dietary mineral-manganese as well as other essential micronutrients in smaller amounts.

Aronia

Aronia is nutrient-dense berries, containing a wide range of vitamins and minerals such as zinc, magnesium, iron. It contains a substantial amount of antioxidants which help against oxidative stress.

Hibiscus

Dried hibiscus is an edible plant and is often used as a delicacy. It is rich in nutrients and bioactive components- anthocyanins which help reduce blood pressure.

Rose hip

Rose hip is particularly rich in vitamin C. It contains carotenoids beta-carotene, lutein, zeaxanthin and lycopene, which are being researched for a variety of potential biological roles.