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Since time immemorial, many ancient cultures have attributed beneficial effects to plants, from China to Egypt, from Peru to Mesopotamia. In Europe, their more frequent use dates back to the Greeks and the Romans.

Nowadays, infusions are appreciated for their exquisite flavour and the feeling of well-being they provide

Our experts can advise on the bestselling herbal teas in each geographical area and the latest consumer trends: Infusions for the morning or evening, chamomile loose leaf tea, linden blossom tea or rosemary tea…

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Our herbal infusions

+ 250 Types of herbal blends
+ 100 Natural flavouring
+ 160 Organic

Alveus, herbal bestsellers

Stand out from your competitors with the largest range of wholesale organic infusions

We have over 160 ORGANIC herbal infusions in our catalogue. Our tea, herbal and aroma experts have prepared the best flavours for you: citrus, papaya, wild berry, rosemary, lemon thyme, blood orange, mango, guava, pineapple, elderflower and many more.

Alveus is specialised in ORGANIC infusions with flavours that are compliant to the new organic legislation which became valid from 1st January 2022 onwards. Offer your customers the best on the market.

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    Herbal > Ginger Pieces ORGANIC
    Herbal > Hibiscus Blossoms ORGANIC
    Herbal > Lemon Grass ORGANIC
    Herbal > Peppermint
    Herbal > Green Mint ORGANIC
    Herbal > Lemon Basil Lemon lime taste

How are loose leaf herbal teas prepared?

Show your customers the many ways of tasting your products so they get the best out of the flavours and your brand becomes a benchmark.

There are three main ways of preparing infusions of herbs or flowers: by maceration, in infusion and decoction. Cold brew is a method based on preparation with cold water, where the plants are submerged for a certain amount of time, ranging from a few hours to a few days.

For the infusion method, the plants, flowers and leaves are immersed in boiling or simmering water for a few minutes, depending on the type of blend and the flowers.

Decoction consists of boiling the hardest parts of the plant, then filtering them and thus extracting their essence.

Chamomile, the star of infusions

Just as rooibos is a MUST for bars, cafes and tearooms, chamomile and linden blossom tea are key products for businesses selling infusions.

Chamomile is one of the most used plants in infusions. The most common variety in Europe is German chamomile, an aromatic perennial with fragrant white flowers with a yellow heart. It is very similar to daisies.

Buy linden wholesale and other loose leaf herbal varieties: lemongrass, calendula, lavender and valerian; or how about our Inner peace organic Tea with mint?

Explore a whole range of flavours that include ingredients of the highest quality, such as cinnamon, hibiscus, liquorice, etc.

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