Solaris Botanicals

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Unit 3, Ballybane Enterprise Centre, Castlepark Road , Galway City Co Galway
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Medical herbalists Jorg Muller and Karin Wieland specialise in blending organic and herbal teas for discerning, health-conscious tea-lovers.

Solaris Botanicals

Renowned medical herbalists, Jorg Muller and Karin Wieland, specialise in blending organic and herbal teas for discerning, health-conscious tea-lovers.



Accolades include a Euro Toques award in 2009, for their organic whole leaf: “an innovative product, based on passion and expertise, with an environmental conscience and excellent business practices”.



Karin, daughter of Hans and Gaby Wieland who have been instrumental in the Organic movement in Ireland, grew up on an organic farm in rural Sligo, where growing herbs and using them on a daily basis was part of everyday living; Jorg started to blend herbal teas in the 1990s to supply a community of 90 people - both have a passion for growing and working with healing plants.


Try the beautiful flowering teas, made in glass teapots.

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