Substitute marigold petals for saffron in risotto, baking or other dishes. A good pinch of marigold petals can replace a dozen or so good quality saffron strands.
Steep 1 teaspoon (approx. 1g) marigold flowers in a cup of boiling water for 5 to 15 minutes for a delicately sweet and nutty herbal tea.
Marigold Flowers (Calendula officinalis)
These aromatic coriander seeds are grown at on the Cinder Hill Estate at Horsted Keynes in West Sussex.
Grown primarily as a botanical for distillers, this British-grown coriander seed is of exceptional quality with a high oil content and superb citrus aroma.
The seeds make a delicate but flavoursome seasoning for curries, dal, soups and other dishes. For maximum flavour gently toast the seeds in a dry pan before using whole, crushed or freshly ground.View full product details
|Made from the stems of British-grown organic hemp, Hempen Co-operative's rustic hemp tea makes a fragrant and refreshing tea with a mild herbal flavour|
The tea naturally contains trace levels of CBD (cannabidiol), giving calming qualities and is great for relaxing and relieving stress. It’s also caffeine-free, so good to enjoy at any time of the day or night.
Add a few stems of the tea to a cup, or more for a teapot. Brew for around 5 minutes, or longer if you like it stronger. Try adding a dash of your preferred milk to taste.
For best before date see pack. Store in a cool, dry place.
Contains zero THC
Suitable for vegans and vegetarians