Strawberry and Rhubarb

How do we make LOYD Strawberry and Rhubarb tea?

 

This time we decided to combine fire and water, the two most distant galaxies of flavour: the insane sweetness of strawberries bursting with juicy redness and the powerful tanginess of equally juicy rhubarb.

 

What makes the flavour of LOYD Strawberry and Rhubarb tea so amazing?

 

We have managed to bring together two culinary stars: the intoxicatingly aromatic strawberry and the eternally sour rhubarb. Then we put those two in a specially prepared three-dimensional teabag made of a flavour-free material.

 

When is LOYD Strawberry and Rhubarb tea at its most charming?

 

Actually, any time is a good time to enjoy a cup of LOYD tea. For example, when you feel like you need a sweet strawberry reward – or a tangy, energy-stimulating refreshment.

Pineapple and Pear

How do we make LOYD Pineapple and Pear tea?

 

We start with the pineapple, full of sweetness and exotic flavours, and then we invite the pear – also sweet, and incredibly aromatic – to join the dance. In the end, we have nothing else to do but observe their graceful harmony of flavours with delight.

 

What makes LOYD Pineapple and Pear tea so incredibly flavourful?

 

Each of these fruits is a mega-star by itself. Together they create a truly masterful duet. And thanks to our three-dimensional teabags, boiling water can very effectively extract the goodness out of the dried fruit placed inside: all of the fruity essence.

 

When is  LOYD Pineapple and Pear tea at its most charming?

 

In our opinion – always and at every occasion. This is one of the teas that have a particularly strong effect on the senses. It seduces with sweetness, soothes with soft aromas, and induces a mood of blissful relaxation.

Plum with Cinnamon

How do we make LOYD Plum with Cinnamon tea?

 

First we take the sophisticated flavours hiding inside the flesh of the plum, then we complement them with classy, oriental cinnamon. This exotic duet has the power to awaken the senses, while dazzling with a rich palette of sensory experiences.

 

What makes the flavour of LOYD Plum with Cinnamon tea so amazing?

 

Thanks to the flavour-free, three-dimensional teabags in which we have locked the dried fruit, the oriental notes of cinnamon and all the plum chords can ring out in their full glory.

 

When is LOYD Plum with Cinnamon tea at its most charming?

 

In the summer – when the refreshing iced plum quenches the thirst. In the winter – when the sensual cinnamon warms up body and soul with its aroma.

Rosehip and Apple

How do we make LOYD Rosehip and Apple tea?

 

We take the sweetness of the Polish apple caressed by the autumn sun and then we tame the wild sensuality of the rosehip. The result of combining these two flavours always exceeds our wildest dreams.

 

What makes the flavour of LOYD Rosehip and Apple tea simply out of this world?

 

We discovered a unique way to extract all the velvety sweetness locked in apples and the subtle sensuality hiding in rosehips. It was enough to put the dried fruit in our specially designed, three-dimensional teabags made of biodegradable material.

 

When is LOYD Rosehip and Apple tea at its most charming?

 

When you really need a breather or a few minutes of relaxation. This infusion – hot or iced – will lovingly calm your senses.

Blackcurrant with Elderflower

How do we make LOYD Blackcurrant with Elderflower tea?

 

It’s one of the teas that resonate with floral notes. We wanted to create a sophisticated infusion with a deep colour. That’s why we have picked fruit which, when ripe, stands out with its intense, dark colour. To the rare elderflower we have added the refreshing blackcurrant with its delicate acidity.

 

What makes the flavour of LOYD Blackcurrant with Elderflower tea so amazing?

 

First of all, our combining – in the correct proportions – two infrequently matched ingredients. Secondly, the biodegradable, flavour-free material from which we make the three-dimensional teabags.

 

When is LOYD Blackcurrant with Elderflower tea at its most delightful?

 

When you want a cup of tea which will surprise you with a sublime and unique combination of the mysterious elderflower and the youthful, tangy blackcurrant.

Cranberry and Raspberry

How do we make LOYD Cranberry and Raspberry tea?

 

This is one of the LOYD teas that combine fruit of similar colours. Only here the juicy sweetness of ripe raspberries perfectly complements the red of cranberries bursting with vitamins. This is how we make the tea that’s a must – not just on cold and wet autumn days.

 

What makes LOYD Cranberry and Raspberry tea so delicious?

It is simple: we know how to extract all the flavours carefully hidden in nature’s treasure chest. We have used our special three-dimensional pyramid teabags made of a silky material, so that the boiling water has much better access to the dried fruit hidden inside. What’s important is that this material is completely biodegradable and therefore environmentally safe.

 

When is LOYD Cranberry and Raspberry tea at its most enchanting?

 

Throughout the year, but especially when the temperatures outside are clearly falling, the grey autumn days are closing in, and you feel that you are losing the fight against colds and sniffles again.

Cranberry with Ginger

How do we make LOYD Cranberry with Ginger tea?

 

This tea originates in an extraordinary marriage of two culinary worlds: the European cranberry and the exotic, oriental ginger. The playful cranberry gives the infusion its youthful tanginess, while the sensual ginger gives the tea its warming qualities and adds fantastic energy.

 

What makes LOYD Cranberry with Ginger tea so insanely tasty?

 

Because we have done everything we can to get the best that nature can provide in every pyramid teabag. That’s why we have used a special silky and biodegradable material, which allows boiling water to reach even the smallest pieces of dried fruit.

 

When is LOYD Cranberry with Ginger tea at its most enchanting?

 

It all depends on the time of day. At midday, the refreshing, somewhat frivolous, cranberry is calling the shots. But the evenings belong to the sense-inflaming ginger…

Raspberry and Strawberry

How do we make LOYD Raspberry and Strawberry tea?

 

We start with the fresh juiciness of June strawberries then we add the intoxicating sweetness of July raspberries. We season the aromatic infusion with the depth of ripe fruit and at the end, we infuse everything with the scent of carefree holidays.

 

What makes LOYD Raspberry and Strawberry tea taste so amazing?

 

It’s the three-dimensional pyramid teabags! Thanks to the silky fabric from which they are made, they gradually release all the goodness from the dried fruit. These bags melt into the background: they are flavour-free so they showcase the natural character of the fruit. When everything’s done, they disappear from the surface of the earth because they are fully biodegradable.

 

When is the best time to be enchanted by LOYD Raspberry and Strawberry tea?

 

The best? Spring, summer, autumn and winter. Hot and iced. It is a warming drink on cold days and in the summer, when the heat radiates from the sky, it is as refreshing as the morning dew.

Blackberry and Blueberry

How do we make LOYD Blackberry and Blueberry tea?

 

First we pick the sweet and subtle blueberry from the boundless forest of flavours, then we add the tangy wild blackberry. In this way, we give the tea infusion a natural woodland character.

 

What makes LOYD Blackberry and Blueberry tea taste so fantastic?

 

The most intense flavour and aroma would mean nothing if we trapped them in the wrong teabag. Fortunately, LOYD tea is known for its innovative solutions, such as our three-dimensional pyramid teabags made of a silky material, which allow the boiling water to effectively extract the taste and aroma of dried fruit.

 

When is LOYD Blackberry and Blueberry tea at its most enticing?

 

All year round. In the spring, when trees slowly wake up from their winter sleep. In the summer, when the woods are bustling with life. In the autumn, when the forest is wrapped in rich golden hues. And in the winter, when everything is bound by frost.