Loose tea

Loose tea 

Loose tea
  • Green
    Green
    Green teas are unfermented teas. Their preparation therefore aims to avoid any hint of fermentation. Green tea is high in antioxidants that can improve the function of your body and brain.
  • White
    White
    The rarest of all teas, white tea only comes from fresh buds and unopened tea leaves. White teas have remained in their natural state.
  • Black
    Black
    Fully oxidised, black teas have dark leaves and make a darker colored tea with a strong bold flavour, quite different to unfermented teas.
  • Pu-Erh
    Pu-Erh
    A unique tea, named after the town of Pu Er in Yunnan province, that use a completely different processing method,and usually taste, to other teas. Made from a broadleaf variety of the tea grown in Yunnan, his initially processed like a green tea. The dried tea is then aged in a dark location – often for many years. When done right it results in a tea that has an amazing bold, strong taste and aroma!
  • Oolongs
    Oolongs
    Semi-fermentad teas. More mature leaves that contain less tannin and caffeine are therefore often used for this category of tea. Oolong teas are a specialty of China's Fujian Province and Taiwan.
  • Herbal infusions
    Herbal infusions
    Herbal tea or tisane broth with infusion or decoction of herbs, spices or other plant material, which usually do not contain caffeine.
  • Fruits infusions
    Fruits infusions
    Fruit tea is decoction of fruit with or without other plant material, which usually do not contain caffeine.
  • Rooibos
    Rooibos
    Considered as the national drink in South Africa, Rooibos or Redbush is a leguminous plant.
  • Organic teas
    Organic teas
    Better for the planet and great for you. That must be why they taste so good…and why we feel so good drinking organic teas!
  • Christmas tea
    Christmas tea

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