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An Indian black tea regularly intermediate needle leaf with lots of tips. A wonderful aroma and spicy flavor. This assam tea is high quality for the true coffee lover. And good for a high tea.
A tea from the Fujian province, China. The blade of this Black Gunpowder, also known as ‘black pearl’, are rolled up to balls and lightly smoked. Only in your tea glass or teapot the petals unfold themselves and give their fragrant aroma price. This tea is medium dark in color and has a rich taste. Slowly savor.
The spicy fruity flavors a la champagne in a beautiful Sencha is a good alternative to the popular beverage. The Roman chamomile and strawberry slices let this tea sparkle. Loose green tea with champagne flavor, strawberry slices and Roman chamomile.
A ruby red tea with a slightly sweet and soft pure taste. The smell and color of Africa. Rooibos contains no caffeine and very little tannin.
Also called Nana, you can drink all day. This tea has a fresh original mint flavor. A tasty thirst quencher!
This tea is a real boost by the lemongrass and small chillies. A tea that gives you a boost on a hot summer day and will warm you in the winter. Surprisingly, the added 'Mate' tea; this slightly sweet tea makes a perfect balance. This exciting mix has the following ingredients: Green tea (65%), 'Mate' (10%), lemongrass, ginger, nutmeg, dried chili peppers, pineapple and nettle leaf.
For this quirky tea we travel to China, to Yunnan Province. The medium blade with bronze points gives these Yunnan FOP tea special herbal taste, powerful yet gentle. The aroma is somewhat sweet with wood. A tea with spunk. This tea is also good for a high tea.
A nice refreshing and energizing Chinese green tea. A fine wellness tea. Loose green tea with ginseng, thistle, passion fruit and apricot.
Sencha Pumpkin is a delicious green tea, packed with pieces of pumpkin, pumpkin seeds, pineapple, carrot, marigold and berries. This pumpkin is a tasty (slightly creamy) winter tea.
A delicious, refreshing tea. You smell and taste the warm southern Africa. Loose rooibos tea with orange peel, orange slices and passion fruit.
This tea consists of a nice balanced mix for a wonderful winter flavor. Fine green tea with sliced almonds, vanilla, cinnamon and apple pieces and flavor make for a warm and nostalgic winter feeling.
A fiery rooibos tea, not only by its color, but also by the taste of ripe strawberries and spicy pink peppercorns.
Emperors 7 Treasures
A soft, delicious mix of green and black tea with pink blossom leaf, sunflower blossom and peach pieces.
A tea from West Bengal, India, with wonderful quality. The blade is light turned green and grayish to black in color. This gives a fragrant, golden tea with a floral aroma. For the real tea lovers, his tea is also good for a high tea.
Rooibos Earl Grey is a fine combination of mild, sweet rooibos and fresh bergamot flavor. Lemon zest gives the tea an extra dimension. Rooibos, lemon pieces, natural bergamot flavor with other natural flavors.
Honeybush, like Rooibos, discovered in South Africa in the 18th century. The shrub has yellow, brightly lit and honey scented flowers, hence its name. The tea tastes sweet and aromatic. In your glass you see the setting warm South African sun.
Is dried slowly in drums. By regular turn, small balls form. Once in the warm water the balls will open and you have a delicious, soft tea. This is also a great Chinese slimming tea!
A blend of black teas, mainly Assam. This tea has a rich and powerful flavor. For the real tea lovers, this should not be missing on the breakfast table.
With typical Indian spices, such as cinnamon, cardamom, cloves, ginger and pepper. These spices give the tea its slightly spicy flavor. You should absolutely taste it! Also nice for you to make a Chai Latte.
The fresh from the eucalyptus and the sweetness of the oranges. When you open the bag you can smell the scent of menthol and fruit. Rooibos tea with eucalyptus leaf, orange zest and flavor. Steeping advice: temperature 100C, 4-5 teaspoons of tea for 1 liter of water, wait 8-10 minutes and then enjoy.
Originally from Fuijan, China. A beautiful black tea dried and smoked over softwood. As a result, it gets it’s unique aroma and spicy, smoky flavor. This tea is also delicious with a spicy Oriental meal or a spicy cheese plate.
Jasmin Tai Mu Long Zhu
Also called pearl tea, is a hand rolled green tea with Jasmine. Delicate taste and sensational fragrance. You’ll need 0.5 liters of tea on 6 pearls. Once the beads come into contact with the hot water, the pearls unfold themselves and give their special aromas and flavors. A feast for the eyes, the nose and palate.
A green Gunpowder tea with a mix of typical Indian chai spices, such as cinnamon, cardamom, cloves, ginger and pepper. These spices give the tea a slightly spicy taste. Only in your tea glass or teapot the petals unfold themselves and set their fragrant aroma free.
A green rooibos tea with fresh lemon and irritate soft creamy vanilla. A true classic for years. Green rooibos tea, lemongrass, lemon pieces and flavor.