• Blendsmiths - Turmeric Blend
  • Blendsmiths - Turmeric Blend
  • Blendsmiths - Turmeric Blend
  • Blendsmiths - Turmeric Blend
  • Blendsmiths - Turmeric Blend
  • Blendsmiths - Turmeric Blend
  • Blendsmiths - Turmeric Blend
  • Blendsmiths - Turmeric Blend

Blendsmiths - Turmeric Blend

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This Turmeric Blend is designed to awaken your senses, boasting a rich array of nature's most interesting and flavoursome ingredients with an abundance of health benefits.

The organic turmeric is grown in northern India where it thrives due to the hot and humid climate. It is the roots and the rhizomes (plant stem) of the Curcuma Longa plant that are consumed, giving turmeric its vibrant bright yellow/orange colour and strong peppery taste.

Ingredients

Ingredients: Coconut Sugar, Ceylon Cinnamon, Turmeric (13.5%), Ginger, Star Anise and Black Pepper.


Nutritional Information per serve: Energy 142Kj, Energy 34Kcal, Carbohydrate (g) 7.58, Fat Total (g) 0.18, Fat Saturated (g) 0.03, Sugars (g) 6.91, Fibre (g) 0.72, Protein (g) 0.19, Salt (g) 0.02


Gluten Free & Vegan


Produced in a factory that handles nuts

How to brew

Hot: Drop 2 teaspoons of Turmeric Blend (11g) into your milk (8oz). Heat by using a steam wand, a pan on the hob or a microwave. Alternatively, make a paste with a touch of hot water , stir and then add warm milk.


Why not try it cold? Simply put ice, milk and Turmeric Blend into a blender

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Reputed for having an abundance of anti-inflammatory properties, turmeric is consumed in many formats such as tea, lattes, juices, shakes, snack bars, pills and many more.

This Turmeric Blend is designed to awaken your senses, boasting a rich array of nature’s most interesting and flavoursome ingredients with an abundance of health benefits. Turmeric, or known in the botanical world as Curcuma Longa, as we know, is native to India. In fact, over 76% of the worlds production comes from India. This organic turmeric is grown in northern India where it thrives due to the hot and humid climate. It is the roots and the rhizomes (plant stem) of the Curcuma Longa plant that are consumed, giving turmeric its vibrant bright yellow/orange colour and strong peppery taste. It grows in hilly areas at an altitude of 1500m above sea level.