Stevia Tea - Loose Leaf


Our Stevia Tea was harvested in Paraguay from specially selected Stevia plants. The leaf has already been cut and sifted of excess dust, so it is ready to steep the perfect cup of herbal tea.

Available in 25g, 50g, 100g and 200g packs, if you require a bigger size, please contact us.

Stevia loose leaf tea can be steeped alone as a single-herb tea, which is mighty sweet! Alternatively, it can be easily mixed with other herbs to add a hint of sweetness to your favourite tea.

Add to bitter herbs such as safflower, oolong, black tea or milk thistle stevia will a hint of sweetness, of course depending on how much you use, on this we recommend experimenting to ascertain the right amount for your personal taste.

How To Make Stevia Syrup

Dried stevia leaf can be easily made into stevia syrup; this can then be used as a general sweetener in cooking, baking and hot drinks.

To make stevia syrup mix the ONE cup of dried stevia with TWO cups of freshly boiled warm water, not boiling water. The amount of warm water and stevia leaf can be varied, but the 2:1 ratio should stay the same.

Add the mixture to a glass jar with an airtight lid and allow to steep for 24 hours.

Once the 24 hours are up, strain the liquid into a pan by pouring it through muslin or coffee filter paper. Put the pan on a low heat and reduce the strained liquid until it thickens to a syrup. The stevia syrup should be kept for no more than ONE year and kept in an airtight container in a refrigerator.

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Anonymous

Contains lot of sticks and other parts of the plant than leaves. Not very good quality.

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