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Loose Tea with Beetroot

Did you know that beetroot is not to everyone's taste? The reason is the somewhat earthy taste, which some also call "dirty" and simply find not tasty. Others, on the other hand, love precisely this full-bodied taste of fresh, juicy beetroot. However, those who don't otherwise like beetroot may still enjoy our delicious tea blends that have small pieces of beetroot added to them. Most of these blends, such as our fruity berry mix or our forest fruit tea, are packed to the brim with delicious pieces of fruit. The beetroot gives the tea a full flavour, which loses this earthy character when combined with the fruits. What remains are excellent tea compositions. Just try out a few varieties.

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Beetroot Health Benefits

Whether you like the taste of beetroot or not, no one can deny its healthy ingredients. Beetroot is full of vitamins such as folic acid, vitamins B1, B2, B6 and C. It also contains the minerals potassium, magnesium, calcium, sodium, iron, zinc and phosphate. Folic acid and iron in particular are involved in the formation of red blood cells. Beetroot can therefore have a positive effect on the blood balance.

If you do not like beetroot in its raw state, try it as an ingredient in tea or in a fresh salad with a little vinegar. This neutralises the active ingredient geosmin, which is responsible for the taste. Cheers.