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Herbal teas are becoming increasingly popular, especially in recent times. In many places, they are regarded as tried and tested household remedies for all kinds of health complaints. Classics, which are also often brewed by variety, include camomile, fennel and sage. But herbal teas (which, strictly speaking, are not teas in the true sense of the word, since they do not come from the tea bush, but are called "tea-like drinks") are also delicious: refreshing on hot days, warming on cold ones. In addition to the traditional varieties from domestic herb gardens, more exotic plants from Asia or America, such as ginger or lemongrass, are now finding their way into our homes. The tea tasters of my suppliers put them together in attractive compositions and refine them with selected fruits or blossoms, offering a whole new, surprising variety of flavours that you should definitely try. For the preparation, I recommend 100° hot water and a brewing time of five to seven minutes. In this category, I offer herbal blends as well as single herbs.