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The Puerh tea is true legend from China. The raw material for Dark Pu-erh is a big Yunnan leaf tea, which has already passed the process of folding and drying. Tea is stored in long rows and watered with water, causing additional fermentation (oxidation) at a special regime of tempera- tures. The taste of this tea is strong,earthy, powerful and Pleasantly sweetish. Pu-erh tea is characterized by a special strong, distinctive smell. Ph uer is popular among the celebrities for its digestive and slimming effects.
Rooibos Finest Highgrown Moutain produced only in South Africa. Our Rooibos is from the highlands of the Maskam region. It has a full and naturally sweet taste. The infusion is dark red and clear. It does not contain caffeine and has a high mineral content. Tea can be drunk hot or cold.
Open your chakras with our amazing herbal tea. In the Tea Garden we serve it with lemon and honey. Ingredients: A blend of tulsi, honey bush, apples, cinnamon, vervain lemongrass, leaf of lemon and marigold.
Shou Mei White Tea is produced from naturally withered upper leaf and tips, with a stronger flavour reminiscent of lighter Oolong teas. Shou Mei or ‘Eyebrow’ tea is named for the long, thin, crescent-shaped leaves used in production. This tea is a rare and hard to find. When done just right, this tea has a light aroma, and a strong, sweet taste. If steeped for too long, the tea has a bitter taste. Spoil yourself and try this special tea today.
Perfect mix of rooibos, coconut flakes, ginger, cinnamon, apples, cardamom, black pepper, almonds, natural fragrance
Tanzania is a country in East Africa in the African Great Lakes region. Tea settlers were founded by German settlers in 1902. Up to half of the tea production is provided by small local farmers. This is where our tea specialty comes from. From the slope of Mount Kilimanjaro. Very beautiful textured brown leaves, nice tips. Delicate aromatic mild nutty taste.
Sometimes also written as Ti Kuan Yin or Iron Goddess Oolong Tea. Apart from its amazing taste, this tea also has great health benefits, being high in amino acids, vitamins and antioxidants. Tie Guan Yin tea is a slightly fermented tea, that sits between highly fermented black teas and unfermented green and white teas.
THE LEAVES MAY BE STEEPED MULTIPLE TIMES
A perfect mix of Morrocan mint and Gunpowder green tea from China. Recommended with sugar.