Manuka tea benefits
Manuka bushes are celebrated for their antibacterial properties used both internally and externally, and are even used by nurses to dress wounds. Why not brew yourself a cup of Manuka next time you need to soothe a sore throat?
Pure English Manuka leaves grown on the Tregothnan estate in Cornwall.
To brew a cup of Manuka, a plant celebrated for its antibacterial properties, use freshly boiled water which has been left to cool and infuse for 4 minutes.
Manuka should be served without milk and can be sweetened with sugar or honey.
As featured on BBC’s Countryfile with James Wong, Lynda Bellingham’s Tasty Travels on ITV, and picked by Hugh’s Hungry Boys on Channel 4, our Manuka tisane is sometimes likened to Rooibos or Honeybush from South Africa.
If you prefer a larger portion of loose tea, click here for our 250g bag of loose manuka.