Armeniac Mkhitarin – 100% Natural Wild Crafted Loose Leaf Herbal Tea in a Wooden Box, 50 g
- 100% NATURAL WILD CRAFTED: artisan loose leaf tea from the world’s most beautiful gardens. Sustainably harvested premium tea leaves, herbs and spices. From high mountains, by farmers that considering harvesting time, plant’ condition, land tenure and terroir.
- FREE OF CAFFEINE, GMO, ARTEFICIAL FLAVORS, COLORS, and PRESERVATIVES.
- TASTES PERFECTLY DELICIOUS: whether served on ice or hot.
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Mkhitarin 2010 Vintage – the recipe of this blend, that provides internal rest and harmony, was discovered in medieval Armenian manuscripts where it is mentioned that it was used by monks as a relaxing infusion with an anti-stress and sedative effect. It is made from wild hops, quince leaves and wild mint harvested when the sun and the moon are both in the sky.
How to prepare: add 2-teaspoon of tea per cup in a teapot; add freshly boiling water into the teapot and brew for 5 minutes. Strain in to the cup and serve hot or iced, without sugar.
TEA OF INCOMPARABLE QUALITY- ARMENIAC TEA
We are not just selling the tea, but delivering care, attention and drop of love to our customers through each drop of our infusion. With generation to generation tradition, we deliver the world’s freshest products to customers to over 85 countries, sourced directly from Armenia wonderland.
Odzun village is located in Northern Armenia and has unbelievable terroir, beautiful climate, freshly pure alpine air, crystal mountain water, fertile soil and very handsome people who live in this place. In this village environment you feel yourself happy and blissful, like a marriage with nature and absorbed by purely fresh air and sunshine.
ENVIROMENT BIODIVERSITY and COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT – our innovative model of wild harvesting and natural multiplication ensures environmentally friendly activities and good harvesting practice to get the healthiest cup of infusion. And our farmers get a better price for their produce. The 1% of our revenue is redirected to community development, alternate income generation activities, and environment protection towards the harvesters training.