My Tea Break

Rediscovering Tea around the world

Medieval Tea


I have just arrived from the Château de Chillon (Chillon Castle), in Montreux, Switzerland. It is a fantastic Castle, full of live, with a lot of fun activities and such good history. I highly recommend you to visit it!

While we were there (my friend Carolina and I), we bought a pack of Tea (tisane) called “Veillée de Dame Flo” – which is a combination of mint, lavande and chamomile. A delicious and helpful mixture for your digestion! Although the recipe is from Madame Flo, this tisane is made with plants that already grew during medieval times.

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Happy Tea Break,



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