Dammann, Carcadet Provence - Fruit tea, 20 teabags
Blend of hibiscus flowers, apple pieces, rosehip peels and orange peels deliciously perfumed with peach and apricot flavors.
The “Carcadet” is equally called “bissap” in West-Africa. It is a drink made from hibiscus flowers and is often mixed with fruit peels, diced fruits, or other flowers (depending on the region). Can be served hot or cold; it makes an excellent refreshing cocktail when prepared chilled and mixed with fruit juice.
|Packing||Box of 20 bags|
|Ingredients||Hibiscus flowers, rosehip peels, orange peels, apple bits, flavours (apricot, peach), flower petals|
|Producer||Dammann Fr?res, 15 Place des Vosges, 75004 PARIS, France|
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