Clove is a spice with a taste for adventure! Many explorers went in search of it over the years.

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baby cloves, aka buds

What are the benefits of Clove in infusions?

Highly coveted for its pungent, bitter, woody, and fruity fragrance, it provides powerful notes that comfort the body and mind.

Reputed for its ability to stimulate the stomach and soothe digestive pains, the clove is harvested from the clove tree and no fewer than three kilos are grown and collected each year. 

The powerful taste blends perfectly with other plants such as cinnamon, orange peel, thyme, and eucalyptus.

Use sparsely in herbal tea, for clove has a very very strong taste

SUPERSTAR INFUSION:⭐ winter chill ⭐

BRRRRR! Cinnamon bark, thyme, and the renowned clove make it the ideal infusion for those who feel the cold.

A comforting infusion that you'll love all the more after being out in the winter air. 

What part of the clove is used in Les 2 Marmottes infusions?

Our priority is above all the taste of our infusions.

That's why we use the most fragrant part of this spice, namely the bud.

This flower loses its fragrance as it blooms over time, which is why our producers pick it just before it blooms to maintain the quality of the flavour in our brews.

The tropical climate has worked its wonders on these flower buds, which, after several days of drying in the sun, take on a beautiful reddish hue.

Once we remove the stems, they become the spice that we all know and love: The Clove. 

Nice spicy herbal blends can feature clove or cinnamon
Mulled wine mix anyone ?
Tasty cloves are dried to be used in our natural herbal teas

In which recipes do our brewmasters use cloves?

We're huge clove fans! 

That's why we use it in plenty of our recipes. These are put together by our brewmasters in our Bons-en-Chablais workshop.

The virtues of this spice can be appreciated in our Winter Chill and Mulled Wine Preparation infusions.

Those in search of potent flavours will love our Chai Tea and its full-bodied notes that are unveiled after brewing at 80°C for 3 minutes.

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