Rio Negro, Brazil, fed by multiple waterways
Foto: Rio Negro, fed by multiple waterways, Brazil's Negro River is the Amazon River's largest tributary. The mosaic of partially-submerged islands visible in the channel disappears when rainy season downpours raise the water level. www.usgs.gov

Jatoba Production

Our bark teas are all produced using the same production method

After peeling the bark from the trunk, the outer bark parts are separated from the valuable inner bark which is then stored in a dark, dry room.

Samples are then tested in the laboratory for a first analysis. After passing the quality control the bark is then freed of bits of leaves, dust and earth in a sort of wind tunnel. The air cleaned pieces of bark are then cut into the appropriate sizes depending on the wishes of the customers. A vibrating sieve then gets rid of the last dust and any powder accrued from cutting the bark.

There is a last laboratory analysis before the tea is put in special jute bags, given a batch number and finally released for shipment.

Origin

We obtain our Lapacho from the Amazon region in Brazil.

Jatoba Rohstoffe direkt vom Erzeuger - faire Preise unterstützen die Farmer

Fair

We buy our raw products direct from the suppliers, pay fair prices and support the farmer.

Please contact us if you have any questions,
your AMAZONAS Team.