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Delightful blends with pieces of natural fruit, herbs, and spices will help you relax (or concentrate), filling you with energy and lightness.
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revitalize
refresh
Even the perfect figure needs support!
Get DETOX from TESS. Made from green tea with aromatic
herbs and spices, this refreshing, thirst-quenching blend gives you
a wonderful sense of lightness
APPLE
helps to flush out toxins
This juicy, tasty fruit with a diameter of 5–13 cm is one of the five most popular fruits in the world. Apples are thought to have originated in Central Asia, where you can still find the ancestor of the modern apple tree growing wild. Archaeological research shows that people were growing apple trees 8,000 years ago. No other fruit features more often in mythology and folklore.
CITRUS PEELS
helps to prevent vitamin deficiency
The bright layer of citrus fruit peel. A high concentration of essential oils gives citrus peel an energising aroma and a characteristic, slightly bitter taste. Zest has been used in cooking, beauty treatments, and folk medicine since ancient times. Citrus peel is believed to have a variety of health benefits, and can also improve mood.
CUCUMBER
flavour lends the drink freshness
An annual herbaceous plant that has been known to mankind for more than 6,000 years. Cucumbers hail from the tropical and subtropical regions of India, but today they are found across the globe. They are widely used for beauty treatments and in medicine and dietetics.
LEMON BALM
contains vitamin C and trace minerals
A herb with a lemony scent. Lemon balm was first described in the famous work Historia plantarum (History of Plants) by the ancient Greek philosopher and scientist Theophrastus, who lived in the fourth century BC. Lemon balm has a mild sedative effect and is put to good use in folk and traditional medicine.
GINGER
improves metabolism
A herbaceous perennial with tall stems resembling reeds or sedge and bulky, branching roots. Ginger’s incredible popularity all over the world is thanks to the underground part of its shoots. The roots of the plant contain vitamins and essential amino acids. Ginger has become so popular that it is cultivated across the world, in China, India, Indonesia, Australia, West Africa, Jamaica, and elsewhere.
BASIL
keeps the body in shape
This herbaceous plant’s leaves have a heady taste, with notes of clove, cinnamon, lemon and black pepper. Basil owes its many combinations of shades of flavour and aroma to the essential oils it contains. It is widely used in cooking and folk medicine.
GREEN TEA
contains antioxidants
A drink made from the leaves of the tea plant, camellia sinensis. Green tea undergoes less processing than other types of tea, which means the leaves are not subject to fermentation (oxidation). Because of this, green tea remains packed with antioxidants and other beneficial substances.
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focus
excite
Let’s take it to the next level!
Get IQ from TESS impresses with its incredibly bold combination of natural ingredients
and splendid taste, inspiring you to find your own bright ideas!
ROSEMARY
improves memory
This perennial evergreen with its blue flowers is a well-known herb. It possesses a very strong, sweet aroma reminiscent of camphor and pine, and a strong, bright, heady taste. Rosemary is commonly found in the Mediterranean and Europe. The first descriptions of rosemary essential oil date back to the fourteenth century.
ROSELLE
boosts the nervous system
A shrub of the mallow family. Roselle is thought to hail from Southeast Asia, but today it is also grown in other regions with a tropical climate. When dried, the flowers of this hibiscus make a splendid drink with a subtle, slightly sour taste that has the fantastic property of being beautifully warming when drunk hot and refreshing when prepared with ice.
TAMARILLO
flavour adds a sweet and sour note to the drink
The fruit of the evergreen tomato tree, a species of Cyphomandra. This fruit, which ripens in tropical climates, is truly exotic. It genuinely does resemble a long tomato. In its sweet, sour, salty pulp, the flavour of tomato is unexpectedly intertwined with hints of gooseberry, currant and even passionfruit.
BUCHU LEAVES
contain bioflavonoids
A South African shrub that grows in the mountains. It has been used in remedies for many diseases since ancient times. Infusions of buchu leaves have a pleasant taste, with an aroma resembling blackcurrant.
CARDAMOM
contains magnesium to support brain activity
A tropical evergreen plant. Its seeds are used as a spice. They contain a variety of essential oils, and have a pungent taste and subtle aroma with notes of camphor and lemon. The first evidence for the use of cardamom appears in Ayurveda, which is more than 5,000 years old, but even now the plant is one of the most expensive spices.
BLACK TEA
strengthens and invigorates
The most popular type of tea in Europe, including Russia. Traditionally, there are four main stages to making black tea. First, camellia sinensis leaves are wilted to remove excess moisture, then rolled in special machines to release catechin compounds. Next, the leaves are fermented, giving the tea its taste and aroma, and finally they are dried.
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recharge
revive
If your energy levels drop, use nature’s resources!
Get ENERGY from Tess is inexhaustible natural energy in your cup,
to wake you up and give you a boost.
MATCHA
energises and boosts concentration
A variety of green tea, matcha is the uppermost and most delicate leaves of the tea plant, camellia sinensis, ground into powder. As the drink that is prepared and served at tea ceremonies, matcha is absolutely central to traditional Japanese culture. Matcha is growing ever more popular in the West, too. With its incredible ability to invigorate and energise, matcha is being hailed as ‘the new coffee’.
TURMERIC
possesses antioxidant properties
Curcuma longa, a genus of perennial herbaceous plants from the ginger family. The plant’s Latin name is related to curcumin, a natural dye found in the rootstalk. In addition to curcumin, the plant also contains essential oils. Today, turmeric is cultivated as a spice and a medicinal plant.
KIWI and JASMINE
flavour adds an invigorating note to the drink
Kiwis are the berries of large, tree-like vines in the genus Actinidia. These plants were cultivated back in ancient China, but commercial demand for their exotic fruits was created only in the twentieth century by New Zealand farmers, who also gave the berries the name ‘kiwi’ for their resemblance to the flightless bird of the same name. Before this, the berries were called ‘Chinese gooseberries’. Indeed, the taste and aroma of kiwi and jasmine are reminiscent of a combination of gooseberries and strawberries.
OOLONG
promotes vitality
A semi-fermented tea. After harvesting, the leaves of the tea plant, camellia sinensis, are allowed to partially ferment. This makes oolong less fermented than black teas, but more so than green teas. So oolong is the best of both worlds, with the freshness and purity of green tea, the richness and pronounced taste of black tea, and the fragrant aroma inherent in both.
APPLE
supports the body under stress
This juicy, tasty fruit with a diameter of 5–13 cm is one of the five most popular fruits in the world. Apples are thought to have originated in Central Asia, where you can still find the ancestor of the modern apple tree growing wild. Archaeological research shows that people were growing apple trees 8,000 years ago. No other fruit features more often in mythology and folklore.
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calm
balance
Let yourself kick back and unwind!
The gentle herbal composition of Get RELAX by TESS will help restore your inner balance,
bringing a sense of calm and serenity.
VERBENA
supports recovery
from fatigue
A widespread perennial herb with beautiful blooms. In the Middle Ages, when Europe was ravaged by epidemics, verbena was literally worth its weight in gold, as it was believed to protect against infection. Verbena’s unique composition has made it a popular herb in both traditional and alternative medicine.
LEMON BALM
reduces irritability
A herb with a lemony scent. Lemon balm was first described in the famous work Historia plantarum (History of Plants) by the ancient Greek philosopher and scientist Theophrastus, who lived in the fourth century BC. Lemon balm has a mild sedative effect and is put to good use in folk and traditional medicine.
ELDERFLOWER
flavour lends the drink piquancy
A shrub or small tree with small yellowish-white flowers and dark purple berries. Elderberry flowers bloom in the splendid bunches that are this tree’s hallmark, and have a fragrant and very delicate aroma with subtle almond notes.
APPLE
supports normal metabolism
This juicy fruit with a diameter of 5–13 cm is one of the five most popular fruits in the world. Apples are thought to have originated in Central Asia, where you can still find the ancestor of the modern apple tree growing wild.
LAVENDER
calms the nervous system
An evergreen shrub with small flowers of a delicate lilac colour and a rich, heady aroma. Lavender was known in ancient Rome and was widely used for cosmetic purposes. Lavender flowers were added to the water for medicinal baths, as evidenced by the origin of the plant's name (from the Latin lavare, meaning to wash).
ROSEHIP
helps to combat environmental stress
The fruits of a thorny shrub with fragrant flowers. Rosehips contain a large amount of ascorbic acid and other vitamins, giving them valuable pharmacological properties that make them useful for medicine and healthy eating.
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