- Perfect for first thing in the morning the clean, delicate flavour of Lime Flower will gently wash away the fog of the night and set you up for the day ahead.
The low tannin levels of Lime Flowers also make this a very good after dinner tea as high tannin is thought to inhibit protein digestibility.
- Although the name suggests a link to the citrus family, Lime flowers are actually the flower of the Linden Tree and as such have a clean, floral flavour rather than the sharp citrus notes that some expect
Hambleden Teas are made from pure, organic herbs, teas and spices, nothing else.
You will never find an additive or colouring or flavour enhancer in any of our products. We firmly believe that the flavours and aromas of the best natural, organic ingredients are more than up to the job.
Hambleden Herbs is a long established organic brand with a reputation for high quality products and efficient, friendly service. Our products have won many awards over the years, a recognition of the quality of the Soil Association certified organic herbs, spices, teas and tinctures which have always been our speciality.
Life for Hambleden Herbs began back in 1982 on an organic herb farm in the small village of Hambleden in the Oxfordshire countryside. In 1985 our dried herb range was launched and at the time was the only certified organic range of dried herbs in the UK. With the launch of our organic herbal tea range 4 years later, Hambleden Herbs was fast becoming the brand of choice for the informed consumer.
As interest in organic ingredients increased demand soon outstripped available supply from the farm and the business had to look further a field to secure supply of top quality, certified, organic ingredients. This resulted in a new focus for the business, and a new company being set up to specialise in the sourcing and importing of raw materials. Although the two businesses now operate separately, we continue to use some of the same suppliers that we did 20 years ago, and still call on the wealth of expertise and knowledge of our old partner.
Today Hambleden Herbs continues to hold true to its values of “Purity, Vitality and Integrity”, using them to inspire new blends of teas, herbs and spices that will excite and awaken your senses.
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5 out of 5
By Daisy | Posted on: 31/01/2013
I love this tea - very popular in Europe as Tilleul or Lindenblutentee. So glad I have found a supplier in this country. Try it with a little lemon juice!