Manuka Honey with Lemon, Camomile and Cardamom

How do we make LOYD  Manuka Honey with Lemon, Camomile and Cardamom tea?

 

When creating this tea, we went all the way to New Zealand looking for inspiration. It’s there that the unusual evergreen manuka shrub grows. It blooms for four weeks a year. And that’s how much time the local bees have to make honey with a astonishingly intriguing flavour.

 

What makes the taste of LOYD Manuka Honey with Lemon, Camomile and Cardamom tea so amazing?

 

Sophistication – this is the best word to describes the flavour and aroma of this LOYD tea. It combines ingredients from very distant worlds: Mediterranean lemons, homely camomile, oriental cardamom, and honey from New Zealand.

 

When LOYD Manuka Honey with Lemon, Camomile and Cardamom tea at its most enchanting?

 

When, after a hard day’s work, you want to treat yourself to a few relaxing minutes in the company of tea with a sophisticated flavour.

Manuka Honey with Cranberry, Raspberry and Ginger

How do we make LOYD  Manuka Honey with Cranberry, Raspberry and Ginger tea?

 

When creating this extraordinary tea, we decided to reach for a delicacy from the other side of the world: manuka honey from New Zealand, intriguing with its velvety, yet sharp flavour. We combined it with juicy cranberries, sweet raspberries and a vivid note of oriental ginger. This is how one of the most sophisticated LOYD teas was born.

 

What makes LOYD Manuka Honey with Cranberry, Raspberry and Ginger tea taste so amazing?

 

Imagine the intriguing manuka honey, which, along with the juicy cranberry, the sweet raspberry and the sensual ginger create an unparalleled tea symphony. And thanks to the fact that all the ingredients have been placed in our special, three-dimensional pyramid teabags, water has unfettered access to the dry ingredients. The resulting infusion dazzles with a wealth of unusual flavours and aromas every time.

 

When is LOYD Manuka Honey with Cranberry, Raspberry and Ginger tea at its most enticing?

 

In moments of relaxation, when you wish to take your senses on an exotic journey to the very ends of the earth…

Manuka Honey with Mint and Orange Flower

How do we make LOYD Manuka Honey with Mint and Orange Flower?

 

Imagine a flower that grows in some of the most the remote parts of the world and blossoms for only four weeks a year. That’s how little time New Zealand bees have to collect nectar from the manuka trees and turn it into a velvety, if quite sharp-tasting, honey.

 

What gives LOYD Manuka Honey with Mint and Orange Flower its incredible taste?

 

The irresistible taste of Manuka honey, the spring freshness of mint and the citrus aromatics of orange have been locked in our pyramid teabags which are made of silky, flavour-free material. We have designed the shape of the bags so that water can freely penetrate their contents, giving the resulting infusion an unprecedented depth.

 

When is LOYD Manuka Honey with Mint and Orange flower at its most charming?

 

When you have an irresistible desire for an afternoon cuppa that is a delight with its floral taste, its cooling mint, and its orange-derived zest for life.

Manuka Honey with Lemon, Camomile and Cardamom

How do we make LOYD  Manuka Honey with Lemon, Camomile and Cardamom tea?

 

When creating this tea, we went all the way to New Zealand looking for inspiration. It’s there that the unusual evergreen manuka shrub grows. It blooms for four weeks a year. And that’s how much time the local bees have to make honey with a astonishingly intriguing flavour.

 

What makes the taste of LOYD Manuka Honey with Lemon, Camomile and Cardamom tea so amazing?

 

Sophistication – this is the best word to describes the flavour and aroma of this LOYD tea. It combines ingredients from very distant worlds: Mediterranean lemons, homely camomile, oriental cardamom, and honey from New Zealand.

 

When LOYD Manuka Honey with Lemon, Camomile and Cardamom tea at its most enchanting?

 

When, after a hard day’s work, you want to treat yourself to a few relaxing minutes in the company of tea with a sophisticated flavour.

Manuka Honey with Cranberry, Raspberry and Ginger

How do we make LOYD  Manuka Honey with Cranberry, Raspberry and Ginger tea?

 

When creating this extraordinary tea, we decided to reach for a delicacy from the other side of the world: manuka honey from New Zealand, intriguing with its velvety, yet sharp flavour. We combined it with juicy cranberries, sweet raspberries and a vivid note of oriental ginger. This is how one of the most sophisticated LOYD teas was born.

 

What makes LOYD Manuka Honey with Cranberry, Raspberry and Ginger tea taste so amazing?

 

Imagine the intriguing manuka honey, which, along with the juicy cranberry, the sweet raspberry and the sensual ginger create an unparalleled tea symphony. And thanks to the fact that all the ingredients have been placed in our special, three-dimensional pyramid teabags, water has unfettered access to the dry ingredients. The resulting infusion dazzles with a wealth of unusual flavours and aromas every time.

 

When is LOYD Manuka Honey with Cranberry, Raspberry and Ginger tea at its most enticing?

 

In moments of relaxation, when you wish to take your senses on an exotic journey to the very ends of the earth…

Manuka Honey with Mint and Orange Flower

How do we make LOYD Manuka Honey with Mint and Orange Flower?

 

Imagine a flower that grows in some of the most the remote parts of the world and blossoms for only four weeks a year. That’s how little time New Zealand bees have to collect nectar from the manuka trees and turn it into a velvety, if quite sharp-tasting, honey.

 

What gives LOYD Manuka Honey with Mint and Orange Flower its incredible taste?

 

The irresistible taste of Manuka honey, the spring freshness of mint and the citrus aromatics of orange have been locked in our pyramid teabags which are made of silky, flavour-free material. We have designed the shape of the bags so that water can freely penetrate their contents, giving the resulting infusion an unprecedented depth.

 

When is LOYD Manuka Honey with Mint and Orange flower at its most charming?

 

When you have an irresistible desire for an afternoon cuppa that is a delight with its floral taste, its cooling mint, and its orange-derived zest for life.

Lemon balm with Hops and Cardamom

How do we make LOYD Lemon balm with Hops and Cardamom tea?

We have combined three unique storylines in one exciting tea narrative. In our innovative pyramid teabags we have locked the tranquil softness of lemon balm, the youthful freshness of hops, and the oriental spiciness of cardamom…

 

What makes the flavour of LOYD Lemon balm with Hops and Cardamom tea simply out of this world?

 

This tea was destined to be a success from the very beginning. Not only because we succeeded in creating an extremely unusual flavour. But also because of the already mentioned pyramid teabags made of flavour-free, biodegradable material. They allow the leaves to be very effectively reached by the boiling water, which brings out the whole range of flavours and aromas.

 

When is LOYD Lemon balm with hops and cardamom tea at its most charming?

 

When, during the commotion of everyday life you want to find a small moment for yourself, looking for tea that will immerse your senses in a state of blissful pleasure…

Lemon-flavoured Lime tree blossom with Honey

How do we make LOYD Lemon-flavoured Lime tree blossom tea with Honey?

 

We take the holiday aroma of the lime tree blossom, the refreshing power of lemons and the wonderful sweetness of honey, and we create a tea whose flavour has the power to move you back in time to moments remembered from childhood.

 

What makes the flavour of LOYD Lemon-flavoured Lime tree blossom tea with Honey simply out of this world?

 

The secret of the uniqueness of this tea lies in the recipe passed down through the  generations. But there is also something else: our special pyramid teabags made of flavour-free material. They make the tea infusion deeper and fuller than ever before.

 

When is LOYD Lemon-flavoured Lime tree blossom with honey tea at its most charming?

 

It’s one of those teas that always taste great, giving you extra energy. That’s why it is perfect every time you feel tired and weak.

Lemon-flavoured Nettle with Lemon Grass

How do we make LOYD Lemon-flavoured Nettle with Lemon Grass tea?

 

It is one of the most unusual flavour compositions: the surprisingly delicate nettle and the reliably juicy lemon full of sunny freshness. Together they create a tea duet, which is definitely worth inviting into your home.

 

What makes LOYD Lemon-flavoured Nettle with Lemon Grass tea taste so amazing?

 

First of all, the extremely unusual combination of two very different flavours. But the true secret lies in our innovative pyramid teabags. Their shape and the special, flavour-free material allow boiling water trouble-free access to the dry leaves. The result is an infusion with an incredible depth of flavour and aroma.

 

When is LOYD Lemon-flavoured Nettle with Lemon Grass at its most charming?

 

Try it hot when you need a dose of unusual refinement on a grey day. Try it iced when seeking citrus refreshment on a hot summer afternoon.

Caramel-flavoured Camomile

How do we make LOYD Caramel-flavoured Camomile tea?

 

We never stop looking for innovative combinations of flavours and aromas. In the case of this tea, first we carefully select specimens of one of the most unusual herbs – camomile. Then we dip them into an intoxicatingly sweet caramel bath.

 

What makes the flavour of LOYD Caramel-flavoured Camomile tea so amazing?

 

We have done our best to ensure that even the smallest speck of dry tea leaves delivers all of its goodness to every drop of the aromatic tea infusion. That is why we use our special flavour-free pyramid teabags, made of silky biodegradable material.

 

When is LOYD Caramel-flavoured Camomile tea at its most charming?

 

It is particularly worth reaching for this tea in the autumn and winter, when you need the camomile’s support in fighting minor infections. Its caramel flavour will easily sweeten even the most cloudy moments of a winter cold.