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Protective Dreams 

This aromatic night-time tea will help you unwind from the day and help you fall asleep faster. With the perfect balance of Elderflower, Lavender, Rose, and Sage.

Elderflower - antiviral & anti-inflammatory properties

Lavender- natural soothing qualities

Rose - Rich in vitamin C & antioxidants

Sage- packed with nutrients, minerals, and antioxidants

Drink one to two cups when you want to winddown but give yourself enough time to pee!

Sweet Rose

This tea has Rose-Ship and rose petals carefully blended to give you the perfect taste. This tea is light yet natural sweet, drink thoughtout the day Caffeine Free

Drinking one or two cups per-day can contribute to your

daily water intake. Rose & Rosehip help to remove toxins: Due to it diuretic effects, it also prevents urinary tract infections.

Rich in vitamin C & antioxidants

May support a healthy immune system,

digestive system & weight loss

May reduce inflammation & pain including menstrual cramps

May fight skin aging


A fragrant tea, yet not overwhelming or pungent like many stronger florals, the flavour and aroma are crisp and clean, with a slightly sweet flavour.

Contains vitamin C, which is important for the health of your skin, blood vessels, tendons, ligaments & helps fight cold & flue. They also protect the skin from harmful free radicals. Elderflower tea contains quercetin, which is a flavonoid and it has powerful antioxidant properties. Elderflower has antiviral & anti-inflammatory properties

Wild Lemonade 

Staghorn Sumac

When you think of sumac you may think of it as a fragrant spice with a lemony flavour best used with fish, grilled meat and even salad dressings, traditionally used in Middle Eastern cooking. Sumac is one of about 35 species of flowering plants in the genus Rhys family. It grows best in subtropical regions around the world such as East Asia, North America and Africa but can be found in other regions or in your neighbour's garden. Sumac can live for 50 – 100 years and can grow to be 10 to 20 feet tall. It’s an invasive species that spreads by rhizomes, which form a complex underground root system. The female grows bright red clusters of berries that are called “bobs” they shoot up from the tips of its stems. There is poison sumac but it’s very easy to recognise poison sumac and that is by the berries. Poison sumacs barriers are white not red and it’s a solitary tree that loves wetlands while staghorn or smooth sumac prefers dry soil. This is the part that we harvest and use in the kitchen. Some people would call a sumac a weed-tree, but we know beauty is in the eye of the beholder to me most weeds are edible and far more nutrient rich them most of the food we eat every day.

 I was first introduced to sumac when I was in my wild herbalism class in London Ontario Canada by my teacher but not as a spice but as a tea. Sumac otherwise known as wild lemonade, you take the flowers from the sumac tree put it in a large glad jar full of water and set it in the sun for the day. You're brewing it with solar power “sun light” naturally sweet high in antioxidants and Vitamin C. There have been some studies that suggest that sumac can lower blood sugar.

Brewing your sumac tea

Best-brewed cold overnight making wild lemonade is very simple. First if you're harvesting your own sumac you will harvest about a dozen berry clusters in mid to late summer/ early-fall. Crunch the berries into a jug of ice-cold water and let sit overnight. This allows all of the antioxidants and vitamin C to leach out making beautiful pink lemonade. You can also brew it like any other hot tea but you won't get the entire nutrient volume as you would in a long cold brew. For on extra antioxidant and vitamin C boost, sumac goes great with elderflower tea as a hot brew


Elderflower with Sumac

A perfect balance of Elderflower and Sumac, this tea is a diuretic and holds a boost of antioxidant, antiviral & anti-inflammatory properties. Has a light lemony taste but its not overwhelming or pungent in least. 

Contains vitamin C, which is important for the health of your skin, blood vessels, tendons, ligaments & helps fight cold & flue. They also protect the skin from harmful free radicals.


Tea Infusers

To go with your new herbal tea you will need a hand made high quality tea infuser with or with out detachable charmed chain. Never get board with your tea when you can change your infuser chains!


Greeting Cards

All photos have been taken by me Sandra Cronin on my holiday's and adventures.

Always have to include the pets and animals!

Blank greeting cards are printed on high quality 7x4 glossy paper.

Greeting cards come with one brown envelope

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Do to Covid-19 we may experience longer shipping times

We prepare your order immediately once it's verified and is shipped a short time after. This makes it difficult to change or cancel your order, however we will do our best to support your request.


An Post has increasing its shipping coast as of the 27th of May but we are covering the difference.

International shipping €12.75 or
€9.95 with out a tracking number

Irish post to stay at €5.00 without a tracking number

Domestic shipping can take 3-6 day's 

International shipping can take 5-25 day's 


Return request can be placed within 7 days of receiving the product and a full refund will be made upon return of unopened product but we promise you will love everything. Rene Caisse Tea Ireland is not responsible for return postage or lost/stolen products.


All of our teas are packaged in an environment that used nuts, dairy, gluten and seeds. Sumac could contain traces of peanuts, 


Prices for our products are subject to change without notice. We reserve the right at any time to modify or discontinue the Service (or any part or content thereof) without notice at any time.

*The information on this website is for historical and general purposes only, and should not be interpreted as specific medical advice.

This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Please be advised: 
Before making any changes to your diet or making decisions about therapies you should always consult with your doctor,
especially if you are pregnant, nursing or have existing conditions.

Co. Waterford, Ireland