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A mixture of green tea, mango, sunflower and natural aroma
Earl Grey is one of the most recognized flavoudred teas in the world. This quintessentially British tea is typically a black tea base flavoured with oil from the rind of bergamot orange, a citrus fruit with the appearance and flavour somewhere between an orange and a lemon with a little grapefruit and lime thrown in. Queen Elizabeth II is drinking it with milk without sugar.
Tea steeped from these tea leaves has a light yellow hue. The taste is pleasant with a hint of roasted rice and a mild aftertaste. The aroma is a light scent of freshness and roasted rice.
The tea with a creamy addition that adds a smooth rich texture. The cream is smooth and the whiskey tangy. Exciting as a completely different drink and surprising because it seems like chocolate and vanilla, with its simple flavours of whiskey and cream. This is a good tea among a decent number of other good teas.
Jasmine Heaven – Top among jasmine teas! The finest tea leaves and buds are hand-rolled into small pearls and enriched with the scent of fresh jasmine flowers. There’s no returning to regular jasmine once you’ve enjoyed these tea.
Traditional black Chinese tea with a long tradition. Chinese wood smoke gives this tea its typically strong smoky smell with a hint of dried plums, cinnamon and fine wood.
White Tea Pai Mu Tan, lemon grass, candied guava, strawberries, sunflowers and roses petals, natural aroma.
Great blend of black anise tea and Moroccan mint. Tea has a delicate natural sweet taste. We serve it with sugar in the Tea Garden, as sweetened teas are very popular in Morocco.
Chinese Sencha, Gunpowder, Wu Lu Pai Mu Tan, rose, Chinese jasmine, marigold, cornflower and natural aromas