The Spicy way's original range of natural infusions is made up of dry fruits, herbs, spices, nuts, and more. The combination of ground and chopped ingredients create a wonderful taste and aroma. The secret of these infusions lies in the brewing process, which enables the digestive system to fully absorb the vitamins and minerals, anti-oxidants, and other substances that are good for body and soul. The infusions soften the fruits, transforming them into delicate compotes. Spicy way's infusions are delightful to drink as a beverage and eat as a compote, thereby enhancing their effect.


Wild fruit infusion

Blueberries, cherries, cranberries, rose hips, hibiscus, and more. Whether you drink it cold or hot, this infusion is a celebration of the best fruits the forest has to offer.

Directions: Add a heaping teaspoon of the infusion to boiling water; steep for 10 minutes; drink hot or cold, and eat the fruit.

Note: This infusion contains a high concentration of Vitamin C and strengthens the immune system.


Apple and kiwi infusion

A greenish infusion made with apples, kiwi, and almonds.

Directions: Steep a heaping teaspoon of the mixture in a glass of hot water for several minutes. Drink the infusion and eat the fruit.

Tip: Drink hot or cold.


Apple cider infusion

A mixture of fruit including apples, cranberries, almonds, and spices.

Directions: Put a heaping teaspoon of the infusion in boiling water, drink hot or cold and eat the fruit.

Tip: Can be used as a base for punch and in baked goods.


Lemon-mint infusion

A blend of green tea, lemony plants, and mint.

Directions: Put a teaspoon of the infusion in a class of boiling water, let stand for a little while, strain and drink. Can be drunk cold or hot.


Lemon infusion

Lemon, lemon grass, lemon verbena

Directions: Infuse a teaspoon of the mixture in a glass of boiling water for 5 minutes. Strain and drink.

Note: A study conducted by Ben Gurion University found that the active ingredient in lemon grass, citrol, is effective in preventing and treating cancer.


Indian chai

Contains cinnamon, cloves, cardamom, ginger, roses, black tea, and other ingredients.

Directions: Place a teaspoon of the mixture into a cup of boiling water and strain. Add half a cup of hot milk and let steep.

Tip: A fortifying energy booster.


Weight control infusion

Based on the plant garcinia cambogia (brindall berries), which causes you to feel full.

Directions: Place one teaspoon of the infusion in a cup of boiling water, wait 10 minutes and drink. After finishing the infusion, it is beneficial to eat the fruit.

Tip: It's best to drink this in the morning, before starting your day.


Red currant infusion

A sweet/sour tangy infusion rich in Vitamin C that contains cherries, blueberries, rose hips, and other ingredients.

Directions: Place a heaping teaspoon of the infusion in a cup of boiling water and drink. 


Beit Lechem HaGlilit infusion

An infusion made with plants grown on the farm including lemon grass, lemon verbena, micromeria fruticosa (thyme-leaved savory), roses and other plants, recommended before sleep and to improve digestion.

Directions: Infuse a teaspoon of the mixture in a cup for 10 minutes, strain and drink.


Apple, pear, and ginger infusion

A zesty fruit infusion with an exotic combination of flavors. Somewhat spicy and sweet, it contains apples, pears, ginger, and cranberries.

Directions: Add 1-2 teaspoons to a cup of boiling water. Sweeten to taste. We recommend eating the fruit.


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