“Black tea is refreshing and extremely healthy. Enjoy it hot or cold, with food or all alone.”
A Few Of Our Top Black Tea Posts
In recent years, new emphasis has been placed on the therapeutic benefits of drinking tea. Of course, there are many different varieties of tea that a consumer can choose from. As a result, unless you’ve studied the issue, you may not know one kind of tea from another.
If you’re in the dark about black tea, you’re certainly not alone. Some people are unfamiliar with this unique, soothing beverage.
However, once you learn about black tea, you may be tempted to trade in your daily cup of java for a mug of tea. Let’s take a closer look at what makes black tea so unique. Please enjoy some of our posts regarding black tea. You can find even more here.
Black tea has become a favorite beverage of people around the globe. Therefore, it’s hardly surprising…
Tasting Notes: Bright, Brisk, Smooth
This bright and brisk high grown estate whole leaf Nilgiri tea has been carefully hand-blended with smooth rich Yunnan golden buds to create a supremely classic infusion that can be enjoyed at any time of day.
Caffeine Content: Medium
Winner: Best Black Iced Tea – World Tea Expo
Lychee is a tropical fruit that natived to the Guangdong and Fujian provinces of China, and this black tea has been flavored with lychee fruits from Guangdong, yielding a delightful sweet, mellow, smooth taste with very pleasant lychee aroma. While brewing you can add other things in based on your own taste, such as lemon, rose, milk, honey, and so on. Furthermore, cold-brewing this tea into iced lychee black tea is an excellent choice for the hot summer.
This tea is made with roses from France known for their rich fragrance. The result of the mixing with Dian Hong black tea from Yunnan produces with pleasing tea, bringing you a fantastic experience combining the tea’s mellow, sweet flavor with the bright fragrance of the roses.
As one of Fujian’s best Gong Fu black teas (among Bai Lin and Zheng He Gong Fu), Tan Yang is characteristic in its particularly eye-catching orange pekoe, a good indicator of its superior quality. The traditional crafting and processing method of this tea also allows it to retain most of its original nutrition.
If brewed with a gaiwan in the traditional Chinese Gongfu method, this tea will display a sweet, mellow flavor, with a pleasant aftertaste lingering in the mouth and throat after drinking. The aroma of Tan Yang Gong Fu tends to float around for a long time, and as you brew it for longer, the flavor and aroma become stronger, yet mellower at the same time.