For a moment we almost forgot that the Chinese camellia plant is indeed the most popular medicinal plant in China, but it is definitely not the only one. Of the thousands of Chinese herbs still in use by Chinese medicine today, purple individuals have made their way from the clinic to the household. Many of these plants carry with them unique flavors and rich nutritional values, and today they are used as a source of healthy food and beverages within reach, lifestyle balance and preventative medicine.
Buckwheat tea is the first in our series of herbal tea products. An all-natural cereal tea grown in the southern province of Sichuan alongside its old cousin - green tea. Although it is the same grain intended for cooking, it is not the same type of raw material. Buckwheat seeds are harvested once a year during the summer months by members of a local ethnic group known as אי yizu, and are designed from day one to become buckwheat infusions. Thanks to modern technology and only natural processing processes, the grain reaches a level of finish designed for hot or cold infusion, and manages to maintain a rich and balanced range of flavors, while maintaining its health benefits and nourishing the body.
Da Liang Shan
Our herbal tea
A new series of beverages that are not "tea" extracted from the leaves of the Chinese camellia plant, but beverages based on natural herbs with both nutritional and cultural value. We treat herbal tea for infusion, including grains and flowers, with the same seriousness as we treat leaf tea. We take care to research and experiment for ourselves for a long time before we decide to go out and import a new product, and to visit the growing and production areas of the plants in order to perform quality control first hand.