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HEALTH BENEFITS

OUR BUCKWHEAT TEA

Classic Buckwheat Tea
£
9.95
Try our classic buckwheat tea. It is one hundred percent organic, sugar-free and has no additives.
Enjoy its cookie & nut flavour combination!
Perfect with a sweet snack or as a treat in itself.
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Chocolate Buckwheat Tea
£
9.95
Classic buckwheat tea with a chocolate twist.
Enjoy the perfect combination of buckwheat tea's cookie and nut flavours and the sweetness of raw cocoa nibbles added to your tea.
And yes, you can eat those cocoa nibbles as you enjoy the tea! And yes, it is a chocolate tea with no sugar or additives!
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Hear from WhatsGreeners
Alice
'I have never had a drink that tastes exactly like biscuits! It's almost like you're having a snack.'
Alex
'I love that I can have it in the evenings, as it has no caffeine. It has a really calming effect and helps me sleep.'
Maria
Never had anything like it - it makes me feel like I am having a cookie and it smells like dessert! 
Max
'I like putting the used seeds into my morning granola or protein shake'
Use promo code ‘WHATSGREENSUMMER’ to get 10% off all of your orders until the end of July!

TWO TYPES OF BUCKWHEAT PLANT

Tartary buckwheat flowers are smaller and the plant grows only in the mountain regions of East Asia, because of its unique climate.
Whatsgreen tea is made from the finest tartary buckwheat grains from the Daliang Mountains.
Buckwheat / Common Buckwheat's flowers are larger and more pink in their colour. They grow across the globe. Despite its name, buckwheat is not closely related to wheat; it is related to sorrel, knotweed, and rhubarb.
ABOUT OUR BUCKWHEAT TEA
Tartary buckwheat tea was brought to China by Tatars at the time of the Mongol Empire conquests in the thirteenth century. Since then, buckwheat tea has become part of East Asian natural medicine.

The tea supports immunity and prevents fatigue. Nowadays buckwheat tea is presented as a symbol of hospitality, especially in Daliang Mountains where it grows.

Please subscribe to our updates below to learn more about Tartary buckwheat's long history. We could not possibly describe all of it here, but we are excited to share its journey through centuries with you.
p.s. we do not edit any of our photos, so you see our tea how it really is

WHERE OUR BUCKWHEAT TEA IS BORN

WhatsGreen buckwheat tea grows on the slopes of Daliang Mountains at the high altitude of twelve hundred to fifteen hundred metres above sea level, where day and night temperature differs significantly. This creates the unique environment for tartary buckwheat.
HOW BUCKWHEAT TEA IS MADE
It takes roughly three months for buckwheat seeds to ripen. Once they are full of vitamins, they are lovingly handpicked. The seeds get sorted, soaked and steamed. After this, the seeds are roasted, dried and shelled. Once screened to ensure best quality, buckwheat tea is ready to be enjoyed!
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