White Tea Rising Sun
Let yourself be delighted by this wonderful blend of White Tea and Green Tea accompanied by delicious touches of coconut, sunflower, roses and pomegranate flowers. Wake up, take a deep breath and let yourself be carried away by the aromas of this revitalizing infusion.
Ingredients: White Tea (51% Pai Mu Tan), Green Tea (Gunpowder), coconut shavings, sunflower flowers, red rose petals, pomegranate flowers and natural aromas of pomegranate and roses.
White Tea - currently, White Tea is the fusion of several varieties of Tea grown since the 17th century in Fujian province. Originating from the Camellia Sinensis plant is less processed than black and green teas. Its use dates back to 960 to 1270 during the Song Dynasty when was consumed exclusively by Emperor Huizong.
White Tea is a powerful diuretic, detoxifier and metabolism booster. However, it contains a higher concentration of catechins (natural antioxidants). Compared to Green Tea, White Tea has a milder taste. Its consumption can contribute to a good mood through its beneficial action in strengthening the immune system and even relieving stress. It may also contain antimicrobial and antibacterial properties.
Coconut - coming from the "Tree of Well-being", the coconut is reused in its entirety for various food, pharmaceutical, cosmetic, and decorative needs, among others. The word "Coconut" was applied to this fruit in Malabar by the Portuguese discoverers during the sea voyage from Europe to India commanded by the well-known Portuguese navigator, Vasco da Gama. This denomination will be directly related to the close appearance of coconut to Coke, a famous imaginary monster that tormented children's minds.
Coconut contains the following properties: antiviral, nutritional, anti-inflammatory, energetic, antibacterial, antioxidant, depurative and antimicrobial.
Sunflower Petals - the sunflower is a dicotyledonous plant of the Asteraceae family, originating in western North America, which can reach up to 4 meters in height. It is believed that its first production began around 4500 years ago through the indigenous peoples. The scientific name given to the sunflower is "Helianthus annus", which translates to "sunflower". Due to the colour density of the sunflower, this particular plant imparts happiness and positivity to all people around him. The sunflower is known for being a plant that grows towards the sun until it dies. Sunflowers can bloom for 365 days at temperatures between 18º and 30º.
In popular culture, sunflower seeds left to dry in the sun can help fight infertility. The sunflower petals may contribute as a stimulus to the kidneys and decrease the accumulation of liquids in the body, even as abdominal swelling.
Water temperature: 80º
Infusion time: 2 to 3 minutes.
Recommended quantity: 1 teaspoon per person. Approximately 3 gr/cup.
Method of preparation: place 1 teaspoon in a container with 250ml of boiled water. Cover it and let it rest for 2 to 3 minutes. Finally, strain and the White Tea Rising Sun will be ready to consume, hot or cold.
Store in a cool (max. 20º) and dry place (max. 60% humidity).