Tea Tasting Collection
6 Tubes in gift box

This tea tasting contains:
• 6 glass tubes of 25 ml tea
• Booklet with illustrations and descriptions of the teas
• Luxury gift box

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Unique collection of 6 very special teas in a beautiful gift box.
Discover your favorite tea and learn to distinguish the differences.
Enjoy while you become an expert.
Order this Tea Tasting Collection and a whole new world will open for you!

Set 1

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Kalahari

Kalahari

South-Africa

This tea is a blend of Rooibos, Cocoa Beans, Hibiscus Blossom and Lemongrass and gives an intense, fresh Citrus flavor. Rooibos grows in South Africa. Its red color is created when the shoot and top leaf are cut into small sticks and interact with the oxygen in the air. Rooibos is a popular type of tea; especially since it contains no caffeine. Rooibos has some similarities in taste and color to some types of black tea. It tastes very soft and mild and is good to drink both hot and cold and can be aromatized very well. For a cup, use 2 teaspoons of rooibos and pour boiling water on top. Let steep for 5-10 minutes.

Irish Breakfast

Irish Breakfast

India

This breakfast blend consists mostly of rich Assam tea and has a full and very powerful flavor. Highly recommended for the lover of a tea with a spicy and malty (a term derived from the beer brewers) character. Although it is sometimes claimed otherwise, the blackening of the tea leaves is not a fermentation process but an oxidation process. The name Irish was chosen because the Irish have a special preference for very strong blends. This is mainly found in Irish whiskies. To smoothen the strong taste, the Irish often add milk to the tea.

Assam Rembeng

Assam Rembeng

India

The Indian state of Assam lies some 200 kilometers east of Darjeeling. From east to west, Assam covers some 600 km. The area has more than 1,000 contiguous tea plantations, making it the largest tea growing area in the world. About half of India's tea products come from this area. In the subtropical climate, it produces mainly black tea with a strong malty flavor. For 1 cup of this tea, take 2 grams and infuse with water at 80 to 95 degrees Celsius. Allow to steep for 2 to 5 minutes.

Kir Royal

Kir Royal

mélange

A blend of green and white tea, Verbene leaf, Lemongrass, Lemon Myrte, black and red berries, rose blossom and sunflower blossom. The Lemongrass and Cassis give this tea a fresh yet fruity flavor with a slight Champagne character. A mellow tea that doesn't easily become aftertaste. Green flavored tea comes into its own when poured with water at 60-80° and allowed to steep for up to 2 minutes. Then the aroma and base tea are in balance. If the tea is steeped longer, the taste will become slightly bitter due to the diffusion of the tannins of the green tea leaf.

Green Gunpowder

Green Gunpowder

China

The green tea China Gunpowder (also known as Zucha or Pearl Tea) has an aroma that is somewhat softer than 'normal' green tea. The tea leaves are slowly dried in rotating drums. This creates a nice ball. The tea leaves used for these tightly twisted balls are of very high quality. In the warm water the small balls open up to form a wonderfully soft tea.

Japan Sencha

Japan Sencha

Japan

In the 9th century, the Chinese tea plant found its way to Japan. Monks brought it from China and linked its use to strictly ritualized practices. Green tea as a medium for meditation and religious purposes. Unlike China with its indistinguishable wealth of green tea, Japan produces only a few varieties that build more or less on the Sencha leaf, the Japanese folk drink. The main area is in Shizuoka Province, at the foot of Fujijama. In Japan, only green tea is produced. As in China, the demand for tea at home is very high. Green tea is indispensable from daily life here. For 1 cup, take 2 grams of this tea and infuse it with water to 80 degrees Celsius. Allow to steep for 2 minutes.

Set 2

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Lemon Vanilla

Lemon Vanilla

Green Rooibos

This Rooibos tea blend is not fermented, so it is called 'green Rooibos'. This tea is therefore not a blend of Rooibos tea and Green tea. Green Rooibos tea has a softer taste than the fermented, brown-red Rooibos tea. By adding dried lemon and lemongrass, this tea gets a fresh taste, but still retains its softness. Vanilla has been added to give the blend a deliciously creamy aftertaste. A beautiful taste combination that you should have tasted once!

Eucalyptus Orange

Eucalyptus Orange

Rooibos Tea

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.

Redbush Pepper

Redbush Pepper

Rooibos Tea

A delicious Rooibos tea from South Africa with delicious additions. You will be amazed by the taste of this Rooibos Honeybush combined with sweet strawberry and spicy pepper, this is a tea to remember. Also perfect for making Ice tea!

Red Ginseng

Red Ginseng

China

Don't be fooled by the name "Red" in this tea. This is a green Chinese tea. Ginseng is a plant whose root and root hairs are used. The shape of this root resembles that of the human body. This gives Ginseng the name 'man-root'. There are many different types of ginseng. The two best known are the American Ginseng (Panax Quinquefollius) and the Asian Ginseng (Panax Ginseng). In Asia and North America people are convinced of the beneficial effects of Ginseng.

Coconut Truffle

Coconut Truffle

White Tea

This Coconut Truffle is a tasty flavoured white tea. White tea is easy to prepare, as it is a slow breeder and a very mild tea. This is combined with delicious coconut pieces, cocoa, apple, blackberry leaf and lapacho.

China Yunnan

China Yunnan

China

Yunnan is one of the most famous Chinese tea provinces and is located in the southwest of China. For about 1700 years, only green tea was cultivated in this region, but from 1939 onwards, black tea was also cultivated here. This tea is a so-called F.O.P. and stands for 'Flowery Orange Pekoe'. Only the leaf top and the 2 upper fine young leaves of the tea plant are used. The characteristic taste of the black tea China Yunnan F.O.P. is slightly sweet and earthy. The tea leaves are medium long and dark in color with bronze tips.