Together with the wild herb expert Wolf Dieter Storl, we have come up with this mixture with yarrow, linden flowers, hazelnut and dandelion.
Wild Growth Wanted
Together with the wild herb expert Wolf Dieter Storl, we have come up with this mixture with yarrow, linden flowers, hazelnut and dandelion. It is a fantastic tea for those who want to bring the scents of forests and meadows into their cup. The tea consists of 100% wild herbs.
The herbaceous tea brings the best wild herbs into the cup. Its scent is reminiscent of forest and meadow. It shimmers with a bright golden yellow and goes well with mushroom dishes, spicy pasta and other hearty dishes.
Wolf-Dieter Storl, born on October 1, 1942 in Saxony, is a cultural anthropologist and ethnobotanist. When he was eleven, he emigrated with his parents to America (Ohio), where he spent most of his time in the forest wilderness. He later enrolled as a botany student at Ohio State University, but soon changed to ethnologist to get away from laboratory work. In 1974 he received his doctorate as a Fulbright Scholar for a doctorate in ethnology in Bern, Switzerland. Further international education followed, where he shared his “green” knowledge. The scholar, speaker and author lives with his family in the Allgäu, Germany.