Each to their own Detox! BB Detox, a blend of green tea, maté, and grapefruit, has everything going for it: It’s gorgeous, it’s glorious, it’s organic!
The Detox range by Kusmi is a family saga of fresh, fruity triplets inviting you to take care of yourself.
We’ll not beat around the (tea) bush: BB Detox is our beautiful best-seller and a truly leading blend… Read on to discover the success-story of this legendary tea.
As soon as it hit the shelves, BB Detox became the number-one blend for wellness tea afficionados. And since making it to the top, it has stayed there! Its siblings may be green, but not with envy! In fact, it has managed its newfound fame rather well. Thanks to its gentle character driven by a delicate base of green tea, rooibos, and maté, it can resist the excesses of success and keep its cool (as long as the water is nice and hot).
BB Detox has more than a few tricks in its yellow tin. First is grapefruit, an irresistible, tangy citrus fruit whose fresh zest instantly puts a smile on your face. This is followed by a smattering of guarana seeds that energize the blend with tropical notes and a promise of exotic adventures. And don’t forget the daring pinch of mint! Lastly, BB Detox didn’t rest on its laurels (or its maté leaves, for that matter), and has become totally organic as well!
You probably already know about this tea-enthusiast’s favorite… But if you don’t, then be careful! After you taste it, you won’t be able to do without it. We warned you!
Organic tea available loose because it’s good for the planet, and in bags for when you’re on the go.
Remember, in some countries, BB Detox is known as EXPURE Addict.
THE INFO YOU NEED
Maté fans are now legion! Officially known as yerba maté – the name “maté” actually refers to the calabash, or gourd, in which it is consumed – this plant is from the holly family and only grows in South America. The Argentinians, for example, drink maté all day long according to a longstanding ritual. The tea is placed in the maté before sugar, honey, or spices are added. A small well is then created to insert the bombilla – a metal tube used as both a straw and a filter. Hot water is then poured in and the maté is left to infuse before being enjoyed (preferably with others)!