Etymologists will tell you that the name of Avalon, the fabled island paradise of Arthurian legend is derived from the Welsh, Afallon which translates as ‘Apple’, a fruit often associated with paradise.
Many would argue that the very reason Tasmania is known as the Apple Isle is not for the reason of apple production but because it is an island paradise, with its own Arthurian legends of Port Arthur and the Arthur River. Could it actually be the fabled Avalon?
With 100% Tasmanian ingredients, The Apple Isle tea could well be on its way to achieving legendary status in its own right!
Tasmanian green tea, grown in the Huon region of southern Tasmania and marketed as Huon Green, is a superbly smooth, easy to drink green tea.
The cool temperate climate is ideal for producing supreme quality leaves and the young shoots are plucked when they are tender, succulent and packed with wonderful flavour. In order to maintain the flavour the leaf is processed within a few hours of picking and then gently dried.
Apples are well known to possess many nutrients and antioxidants, making them one of the most popular fruits around the world. Therefore, it comes as no surprise that a combination of apples and tea would be a well-known health tonic
There has been a great deal of research on the health benefits of apples, and in relation to boosting the immune system against auto-immune diseases, it is one of the best things to add to your diet.
Many people start their day with this beverage, as it is known to stimulate the digestive system.
There are very few side effects of apple tea, but those people who are allergic to apples should obviously avoid this beverage!
Tasmanian Huon Green Tea, Apple pieces
Certified pesticide free. High in antioxidants
These delicate green leaves are best brewed at 75° for no longer than 2 minutes.
Use 1 teaspoon per cup.
Handcrafted in Tasmania with local and imported ingredients