The combination of black tea with goji berries and pomegranate gives the tea a fruity, pungent and sweet flavor. The use of this tea helps to reduce negative cholesterol, antidepressant, giving strength to the body.
Ingredients: black tea, orange peel, safflower flowers, pomegranate flowers, goji berries, yellow rose flowers, natural flavors. Origin: China
Famous for being a tea named after the region (Darjeeling) where it is grown, in north east India in the state of West Bengal. Particularly prized tea so much that it has been nicknamed the champagne of teas for the taste vaguely reminiscent of Muscat grapes and so much that it has the name protected by copyright by the Teaboard of India. It is characterized by three main harvest periods , but the spring one is the most valuable; rich in antioxidants, this tea is useful for fighting free radicals. Excellent if tasted natural.
Ingredients: organic Darjeeling black tea Origin: India
Known the world over as Earl Gray, this tea owes its name to the British Prime Minister Charles Gray. Made from Ceylon, Assam and Bergamot black tea. This blend combines the antioxidant properties of tea with the freshness and vitamins of bergamot making it excellent to drink in the morning or early afternoon. Fresh and citrusy taste.
Ingredients: South India Ceylon black tea, Assam black tea, natural aroma with bergamot, cornflower. Origin: India
As with the best known green tea, this black tea is also characterized by the rolled shape of its leaves. Its color is dark and its full-bodied and slightly smoked flavor. It can be drunk at any time of the day, morning or early afternoon, possibly pure.
The plantations of this tea are located in the highlands of Kaproret, Saramek and Chemase in the Kericho district. Due to their striking golden leaf tips, strong and slightly floral flavor, these are often mistaken for Chinese Yunnan teas.
Ingredients: Kaproret GFOP black tea Origin: Kenya