Black Tea Blended With Exotic Spices and Vanilla!
What is it?
Plant: Camellia sinensis
• Camellia sinensis is a small evergreen shrub with white flowers, native to the mountainous regions of China, Japan and India. Today it is cultivated in over 30 countries around the world.
• To make black tea, the leaves are withered, rolled and slightly heated. They are then fermented before the final heating/drying process.
• Much to the surprise of adamant green tea drinkers, black tea too is teeming with nutrients. By consuming it with additives like milk or sugar, some of the health benefits are depleted, but not entirely lost.
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This tea was so rich and flavourful. It's a must try!
Thank you for being so honest with customer and make the real product
this taste gives me a lot of calm
Steep this tea in an organic apple cider...AMAZING!! Wonderful blend for these chilly winter evenings...thank you!
This tea is the most delectable tea I have tasted in years. It has great flavour and just satisfies you to the core. Besides having all the components of healthy and good for you, it is a definite must in my search for better products to consume.
Good flavour - large tea leaves
Once in a while I make this tea in the evening and I add a slice of lemon in it. Oh boy is it tasty! The color and the smell is great, but the taste is even better!