Black Tea Asian Spice
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Black Tea Asian Spice
Be inspired by Asian Culture with our Black Tea Asian Spice! A traditional blend that will take you on a journey through the most memorable memories of your life. Gather the 'fruits' and let the present that fills you with good experiences.
Ingredients: Blend of black teas (Ceylon, South India and China) with pieces of cinnamon, star anise, fennel, ginger, cloves and black pepper.
Origin of Black Tea
Black tea is a blend of the oldest leaves of one of the Camellia sinensis bushes. Compared to other teas, black tea has a higher percentage of oxidation. This difference will give black tea a more intense flavour. After harvesting, the green leaves go through an osmosis process lasting up to 20 hours. Later, they are rolled by hand or by machines. It is at this stage that the tea leaves start their oxidation process. Finally, the leaves are left to dry naturally.
Due to the high caffeine content, Black Tea can influence the increase of body energy and the unbalancing of the nervous system. Choose to consume it during the day, naturally and without added sugar. Take it to reduce fatigue, lose weight and relieve poor digestion. Black Tea may stimulate body energy for 4 to 6 hours.
Ceylon Tea (Sri Lanka Tea)
The unrivalled Sri Lankan Tea, also known as Ceylon Tea, is recognized as one of the finest teas in the world. The Tea Culture in Sri Lanka is so characteristic that the production of tea leaves is higher per capita. According to tea lovers, no country in the world produces this quantity of high-quality tea leaves. Each year, an estimated 328,000 kilograms of tea leaves are produced in Sri Lanka.
The island of Sri Lanka or Ceylon (colonial name) is characterized by mountains and endless valleys filled with tea bushes. The harvesting of tea leaves is made for women. Ceylon Tea represents Sri Lanka's main export commodity. Hence, it is the most important activity on the island, as it contributes to the employment of over one million people.
Discover more in our blog article “Ceylon Tea: One of the Best Teas in the World 2023”.
Water temperature: 100º
Infusion time: 2 to 4 minutes.
Recommended quantity: 1 teaspoon per person. Approximately 2 gr per cup (240 ml).
How to prepare: add one teaspoon to 250 ml of boiled water. Cover and leave to infuse for 2 to 4 minutes. Finally, strain and leave to cool down a little before drinking.
Store in a cool, dry place away from light.
How to make iced tea:
Place two tablespoons of Black Tea Asian Spice in a jug with 1.5 L (1500 ml) of boiled water. Cover it and leave it to infuse for 2 to 4 minutes. Then strain and let it cool naturally. If you like your tea sweet, add a spoonful of stevia leaves while the tea is hot. Avoid brewing for longer than three minutes, so as not to make it too sweet. Finally, place it in the fridge.
Enjoy this ICE TEA without any added sugars or artificial preservatives.
NOTE: The image presented was made in our company, however, the type of cut and dimensions of the ingredients of the mix may vary slightly from batch to batch.
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