Dry, floral taste of Earl Gray with the addition of jasmine aroma and rose petals.
Bergamot oil causes the tea to acquire flavor and aromas, thanks to which it is difficult to confuse it with another. Earl Gray is a composition loved by tea connoisseurs.
Black tea is obtained by fermenting green tea. It has a stimulating effect on the high content of theine. It inhibits the growth of bacteria that can be found in the digestive system. It stimulates the secretion of digestive juices. The undoubted advantage of black teas is lowering blood pressure - blood circulation improves and the risk of heart disease is reduced.
Brewing black tea for too long causes the release of tannins, which reduce the risk of developing some types of cancer, but the tea loses its taste - it becomes bitter.
The composition was named Earl Gray in honor of Charles Gray, who probably received tea flavored with bergamot orange oil as a diplomatic gift. Legend has it that the reason for the gift was to save one Chinese man's son, Mandarin. However, this legend was questioned because of many inaccuracies.
Ingredients: black tea, rose petals, bergamot aroma, jasmine aroma
It should be stored in a dry and cool place away from intense odors.
Instructions for preparing 200ml of ready infusion: pour a portion of 3g of tea with 95 ° C water and wait 3-5 minutes to brew.
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a delicate hint of bergamot orange,
a hints of jasmine and rose