Link Natural Samahan Tea - Your Daily Dose of Sri Lanka
Experience a cup full of flavor and warmth with Link Natural's Samahan Tea. This instant tea is a blend of carefully selected herbs and spices often used in traditional Sri Lankan cuisine. With ingredients such as coriander, ginger, and cumin, Samahan Tea provides a rich, complex taste that enlivens your senses and immerses you in the world of Sri Lanka.
Preparing Link Natural's Samahan Tea is simple: Add the tea powder to a cup of hot water, stir it until it's completely dissolved, and you can enjoy the warm, spicy taste of this unique tea. Whether it's to start the day or to provide warmth on cold days, Samahan Tea is your ideal companion.
Please note that although Samahan Tea is made from natural ingredients, health-related claims about its effects have not been scientifically verified or approved by health authorities. Therefore, we recommend enjoying the tea in moderation and considering it as part of a balanced diet.
Bring home the taste of Sri Lanka and discover the fascination of Link Natural's Samahan Tea. Order now and start your culinary adventure!
Following Spices are in the Samahan Tea:
The warm, spicy aroma of ginger is known and appreciated in many kitchens worldwide.
With its unique and unmistakable taste, coriander is indispensable in many dishes.
This intensely fragrant spice gives dishes a warm, earthy undertone.
4. Indian Lungwort
A less well-known plant highly appreciated in Indian cuisine.
5. Yellow Wine
An exotic and delicious wine that enhances any dish.
6. Thai Eggplant
A fundamental component of many Thai dishes, known for its unique taste.
7. Thai Ginger
Also known as Galangal, a sharper tasting relative of ginger.
8. Oldenlandia corymbosa
A health-giving herb from traditional Chinese medicine.
9. Premna Herbacea / Siritekku
A plant used in Ayurvedic medicine.
10. Long Pepper
This spice has a more complex and intense spiciness than common pepper.
11. Black Pepper
The classic spice with its distinctive piquant taste is a must-have in every kitchen.
Used both in cooking and traditional medicine for its sweetish note and healing properties.
An Ayurvedic plant, known for its medicinal properties.
14. Black Cumin
A rarer spice with a warm, bittersweet aroma that elevates dishes to another level.
Nutritional information per 100g:
Calorific value: 1700 kJ/ 406 kcal
- of which saturated fatty acids: 0.30g
- of which sugar: 88.0g