Tea Tasting Collection
6 Tubes in wooden box

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

40.50

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Unique collection of 6 very special teas in a beautiful wooden 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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Honeybush

Honeybush

Rooibos Tea

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.

Black Gunpowder

Black Gunpowder

Black 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.

African Summer

African Summer

Rooibos Tea

A delicious, refreshing tea. You smell and taste the warm southern Africa. Loose rooibos tea with orange peel, orange slices and passion fruit.

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.

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!

Sencha Pumpkin

Sencha Pumpkin

Japan

Sencha is Japan's most popular tea and contains about 80 percent of the tea produced in Japan. Sencha is used without rolling the tea leaves. The word "sencha" in Japanese means "roasted tea". The tea leaf is crushed and steamed. The tea is made from dried tea leaves. In sencha it is the extraction of the leaf that makes the hot water into tea. This Sencha Pumpkin is a delicious green tea, full of pieces of pumpkin, pumpkin seeds, pineapple, carrot, marigold and berries, which gives a creamy mouthfeel.

Set 2

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African Summer

African Summer

Rooibos Tea

A delicious, refreshing tea. You smell and taste the warm southern Africa. Loose rooibos tea with orange peel, orange slices and passion fruit.

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.

Lapsang Souchong

Lapsang Souchong

Black Tea

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

Jasmin Tai Mu Long Zhu

Green Tea

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.

Green Chai

Green Chai

Green Tea

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.

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!