Jamaican Teas -- Cerasse and Mauby


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Cerasse Tea
(24 tea bags)      $12.00
(48 tea bags)     $17.00

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Cerasse (momordica charantia) (also known as bitter melon), the Jamaican tea feared by everyone because of its bitterness, is believed to be a blood cleanser and sugar control agent for diabetes. It is widely accepted that a fair consumption of this tea on a weekly basis will prevent colds, flu, headaches, jaundice, and stomach ache. Cerasse is the most ghastly tasting beneficial Jamaican herb.

Cerasse tea may be sweetened with honey or maple syrup (like a spoonful of sugar helps the medicine go down). This medicinal herb which is used in Jamaica and many other tropical and sub-tropical countries around the world is still revered by many.

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Jamaican Cerasse Tea, organically grown on the lush mountain slopes of Jamaica, has earned the reputation as the best tasting Cerasse tea anywhere.

It's crisp, soothing taste and exhilarating aroma combines to produce the finest blend available.

Serve Jamaican Cerasse piping hot or pour over ice for a refreshing cool drink.  Add lemon or honey.

Ingredients:  Jamaican Cerasse

Disclaimer: These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Mauby Tea
(25 tea bags)      $9.00
(48 tea bags)     $14.00

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Mauby (Colubrina elliptica) is a tea made on many Caribbean islands, which has a distinct flavor that some say resembles root beer (or licorice). Mauby, which can also be spelled mabi, maby, and mavi, tends to have a fairly bitter aftertaste. People who love the drink say the taste is an acquired one. It is by far one of the most popular beverages in the Caribbean, among both natives and visitors to the region.

Mauby tea is made from a specific buckthorn bark, Colubrina elliptica. A sweetener and a variety of spices may be added to improve the taste. There are several recipes for mauby that include various spices and flavorings. Cinnamon is usually included. Some people add cloves, anise, and vanilla extract. Others add cola flavoring and many others add "Angostura bitters," which helps to balance out the bitter aftertaste.

A Study on Coconut Water and Mauby: two tropical food drinks: ABSTRACT-- In this study, the authors investigated the effect of regular consumption of two tropical food drinks, coconut (Cocos nucifera) water and mauby (Colubrina arborescens), on the control of hypertension.

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One Box (24 tea bags) Cerasse Tea   $12.00


Two Boxes (48 tea bags) Cerasse Tea   $17.00


One Box (25 tea bags) Mauby Tea   $9.00


Two Boxes (50 tea bags) Mauby Tea   $14.00


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