Fennel has an anise like aroma and us used widely around the world for both culinary and health purposes. Importantly to us it tastes yummy and is particularly delicious with its partner in crime - liquorice. A naturally caffeine free, sweet and savoury, aromatic tea.Louise the tea taster says
Super, super, super cleansing
Bloated or hungover - this is your cure.
*this tea contains liquorice - people with hypertension should avoid excessive consumption*
Best drunk as it is. No need to add anything.
Whole leaves take a little longer to brew, but the little wait is definitely worth it.
Whether you’re tucked up on the sofa with a movie or throwing a Christmas bash, teapigs tea toddies will become your new best winter companion in no time.
fennel and liquorice root
dairy free, gluten free, suitable for vegetarians and vegans. Made in a factory that handles nuts
Delicious!by Clair • 4th January 2015
“Really pleased with the taste of this tea. Although much more expensive than other similar teas it is worth it as you can defo taste the difference!”
Heaven!by Gill Speak • 5th January 2015
“Never tasted anything quite so divine! The taste lingers with you for ages after. I think I could get addicted to this. Why is there no 50 pack available??”
Bigger Size Pleaseby Gillian Skinner • 26th November 2015
“They have stopped selling Fennel & Liquorice in Waitrose and I font know why. It's my favourite along with Sweet Ginger. Please consider packs of 50 as I send it overseas to my sister in Australia”
Intriguing, different and wonderfulby TERRY GUERSTEN • 5th September 2015
“It's an intriguing and bold flavour combination - probably more fennel/ aniseed than licorice, but the peppermint and licorice flavour will be more of a favourite for most who like licorice anyway. It is a bold interesting flavour, meets the description and therefore deserves 5* all the way.”
Aromatic and slightly sweet.by Tom Hawkins • 29th February 2016
“I've always loved fennel seeds in cooking so I was pleased to see them in the bag although I was unsure they would infuse enough flavour into the drink. In the end you do get a reasonable fennel flavour, perhaps there is some dried fennel root in there too? The ingredients are enigmatic in that regard. However, I liked it, the liquorice is subtle and comes along after the fennel aroma accompanied by a little sweetness. Really tasty, not my favourite but I will get some to have on days I don't fancy the other ones.”
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