Dogadan tea is Turkey’s favourite herbal tea brand with a huge selection of blends, including the widely popular Apple tea, Earl grey, Black tea, Dogadan Form tea with blends of herbs, Linden tea, Rosehip, Sage, Fennel, Cinnamon and more.
Linden tea is renowned as a herbal remedy for many ailments and is widely advised by every grandmother in Turkey for almost -everything-, including but not limited to; colds, coughs, digestion problems and relaxation. Mint tea is great for the digestive system and is known to ease heart burn and acid reflux from spicy and tomato and pepper based saucy dishes which makes an appearance in most Turkish dishes. Fennel tea is another common herbal remedy for sleepless nights, helping the body to wind down and enables a good nights sleep.
Choose from our selection of teas, including; Linden, Sage, Fennel, Rosehip, Camomile, Ginger & Lemon and Apple tea. Bring a pot of filtered water (limescale makes the minerals in water to settle) to boil and let it cool for a minute or two, approximately 80-85 degrees celcius and let the tea bag brew for 3 minutes (squishing the bag doesn’t really help, so be patient) and serve with a slice of lemon, or your choice of citrus fruit, with fresh mint and add honey or sugar to taste. During hot summer nights, brew a pot (using about 3-4 bags) and let it cool over the counter before adding ice and sugar if you prefer it sweet.
About Dogadan Tea
Dogadan’s founder, certified pharmacist R.Ph Nevzat Karpuzcu, imported the very first tea bag machine in Turkey in 1975 and began to sell his herbal teas from his pharmacy, emphasising the benefits of herbs. The company was originally founded as “Demle” (meaning “brewed/brew it” in Turkish), later to be rebranded as Dogadan (meaning “from nature” in Turkish) in 1985. The company has grown in strides and now exports Turkish herbal tea all over the globe, most prominently in Europe.. State of the art production facilities process high quality herbs from all over Turkey.