Rare Himalayan Ginger
Rare Himalayan Ginger
Rare Himalayan Ginger
Rare Himalayan Ginger

Rare Himalayan Ginger Loose Leaf Herbal Tea

2 reviews
Regular price £11.49

127 in stock

High in the Indian Himalayas, between Nepal and Bhutan, lies the secret region of Sikkim.

The high altitude combined with organic and traditional practices in cultivation result in a ginger with a deeply intense and rounded character that is the very best we have found after an extensive search across the globe.

The ginger is not powdered but cut into fine pieces.

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28 October 2023
Nicola
United Kingdom United Kingdom

Zingy!

This ginger is of such a high quality & I have tasted many. Exceptional when blended with the turmeric as a tea and with definite healthy results.

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13 October 2022
Sarah C.
Australia Australia

Delicious

Have really enjoyed this tea, it has a vibrant ginger flavour and I feel cleansed and nourished after drinking it.

Uses

A pinch of this remarkable ginger in your black tea adds some spicy warmth. We particularly recommend it with Lost Malawi if you take your tea with milk, or Second Flush Sikkim if you enjoy your tea as it is.

This ginger can also be infused into hot milk or drinking chocolate.

And, of course, it makes an excellent ingredient for cooking. It adds a deeper and fresher taste of ginger than the powdered versions, and gives a superb zing to cakes.

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