Chocolate Mint Black Tea - After Eight
Enjoy our Chocolate Mint Black Tea - After Eight, delicately crafted with mint leaves and natural chocolate aromas. An aromatic and original infusion that will take you on an unforgettable journey. Try it!
Ingredients: 72% Black Tea (Camellia sinensis), peppermint, chocolate chips, cocoa husks, white chocolate flakes (sugar, cocoa butter, whole milk powder, sunflower lecithin), white cornflower petals, rose petals with natural aromas of chocolate and mint.
Black Tea - Black Tea is a tea created from the oldest leaves of one of the shrubs of the Camellia Sinensis species. However, Black Tea has the highest percentage of oxidation. This difference will make its flavour more intense compared to other teas from the same species. After harvesting, the leaves undergo an osmosis process that lasts a maximum of 20 hours. Finally, they are rolled manually or by machines. At this stage, Black Tea will begin its oxidation process to obtain its unique colour and flavour characteristics. When oxidized, the leaves will go to natural drying for later consumption.
Regarding its properties, Black Tea can help reduce the feeling of fatigue, weight loss, good digestion and metabolism regulation. Black Tea is considered an excellent natural stimulant due to the strong presence of caffeine in its composition. For this reason, drinking Black Tea should be moderated because he has power over body energy, especially when taken close to bedtime. That's why it's a good option for those who want to be focused on their daily activity.
White Cornflower Petals - Scientifically called "Centaurea cyanus", the cornflower is an annual herbaceous plant of the Asteraceae and Compositae family that develops a flower 2 to 3 centimetres in diameter. Its flowering period occurs between May to September. Cornflower is one of the few plants that can generate around 7,000 seeds per year. Part of its production takes place on vacant or poorly worked land in regions of the European and Asian continents. Able to reach more than one meter in height, this plant prefers breeding in corn, wheat and barley production fields.
The White Cornflower flower is known for its beneficial contribution to treating gastrointestinal disorders, even as in the regulation of digestion. In addition, it can help disinfect wounds and oral infections (thrush, cold sores, conjunctivitis, among others). Cornflower petals may also promote good blood circulation, improve vision and reduce fever.
Water temperature: 100º
Infusion time: 2 to 4 minutes.
Recommended quantity: 1 teaspoon per person, equivalent to 2 g/cup.
Preparation: place a teaspoon of Chocolate Mint Black Tea in 250 ml of boiled water in a container. Cover it and let it rest for 2 to 4 minutes. Then strain, and you can consume it immediately, hot or cold.
Store in a dry (max. 20º) and cool (max. 60% humidity) place.