Soursop tea is a green tea without the bitter aftertaste. It is fragrant in a citrus kind of way, and tastes as good as it smells. In the Turks and Caicos Islands, soursop leaves are used as a folk remedy for blood pressure, fevers, diabetes, indigestion and other ailments.
Lemongrass (or fever grass, as it’s called in the Turks and Caicos Islands) produces a tea that has a delicate lemon taste with a slight hint of sweet ginger and a very aromatic floral fragrance. Smooth and fragrant when steeped as a simple cup of tea, it is known to help reduce blood pressure and reduce symptoms of stomach aches.
Soursop & Fever Grass
A combination of two powerhouse plants, soursop and fever grass tea is used in the Turks and Caicos Islands to help relieve joint pain and soothe stomach aches. Delivers all the health benefits of both the soursop and lemongrass plants in one excellent taste.
Peppermint tea offers a refreshing sweet flavor with a cool and invigorating aftertaste. This aromatic tea is known to promote healthy digestion, reduce inflammation and soothe stomach aches. Peppermint is made of leaves and stems that contain the oil menthol and are used medicinally, as food flavoring, or as a fragrance.
Sometimes called the “miracle tree” or “drumstick tree,” moringa oleifera has been used in traditional medicine for centuries. The combination of moringa and peppermint delivers the health benefits of both plants, including helping to relieve joint pain and heartburn and reducing symptoms of the common cold.
A nostalgic Turks and Caicos traditional blend, Caicos Sunshine tea engages your senses and delights your pallet with the pleasant blend of citrus and mint. This tea soothes, relaxes and promotes healthy digestion through its natural citrus and mint properties.