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Our tasty organic Christmas black tea premium is a clever blend of Assam black tea from India, organic dried apples, organic ceylon cinnamon, organic dried orange peel, licorice, organic dried ginger, of organic cardamom and fragrant organic dried rose petals.

With its aroma and delicate taste, it will accompany your moments of cocooning, your holiday meals, and will delightfully warm up your evenings or mornings in autumn or winter.

Our tasty organic Christmas black tea is a product from organic farming, certified by FR-BIO-10.

Our tasty and exceptional organic Christmas black tea is marketed in a recyclable Kraft bag, produced by a French family business.

The zip closure allows you to better preserve your products.

Organic Christmas black tea premium

Short description

thé noir de noel bio hecosfair

Our tasty organic Christmas black tea premium is a clever blend of Assam black tea from India, organic dried apples, organic ceylon cinnamon, organic dried orange peel, licorice, organic dried ginger, of organic cardamom and fragrant organic dried rose petals.

With its aroma and delicate taste, it will accompany your moments of cocooning, your holiday meals, and will delightfully warm up your evenings or mornings in autumn or winter.

Our tasty organic Christmas black tea is a product from organic farming, certified by FR-BIO-10.

Our tasty and exceptional organic Christmas black tea is marketed in a recyclable Kraft bag, produced by a French family business.

The zip closure allows you to better preserve your products.

6.25 €
VAT included
Poids
  • 40g
  • 100g
  • 500g
  • 1kg
Quantity
En stock

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Preparation and tasting

Christmas black tea is prepared by pouring in water at 95 ° C and letting it steep for 3 to 5 minutes, with 2g of tea per cup (equivalent to a teaspoon). For a gourmet and comforting version, add a dash of milk, a slice of orange and sprinkle with cinnamon.

It is rather consumed in the morning, due to its concentration in theine, which is a natural stimulant. While great for warming up after a winter day, it can be enjoyed with pleasure all year round!

Virtues

Black tea is rich in antioxidants known as polyphenols. These antioxidants help improve blood circulation and fight diseases associated with aging. Tea is also rich in caffeine, vitamins, minerals, and theanine (amino acid improving concentration), stimulating and promoting better concentration. Finally, it takes care of your digestive system by fighting infections.

It is, moreover, recommended to improve the concentration of calcium in the body, and thus participate in the slowing down of osteoporosis.

The little story

The history of Christmas tea dates back to Victorian times in England when tea parties were very popular. In the 1860s, Royal Tea Parties were held during the holiday season. Hot drinks were specially prepared for these events. It was customary to serve tea with so-called "hot" spices to combat winter ailments. The tradition would then have spread throughout the country. Today, we drink this tea all year round.

The way to paradise is through a teapot, says an English proverb.

Tea is an institution in the United Kingdoms, but also in many other countries such as China, Japan, India, Turkey, Morocco ...

Tea has been a popular drink since ancient times, when its consumption spread to Japan and the Arab world in the 9th century and to Europe in the 16th century.

 

This aromatic beverage is obtained by infusing the dried leaves of the tea tree, a small shrub native to the Himalayas.

Tea was the most consumed drink in the world in the 20th century, after water.

différentes variétés de thés bio hecosfair premium

There is a wide range of this drink, aromatic, tasty or thirst-quenching, obtained by infusion or percolation of water on various preparations from the small leaves and buds of the tea plant.

 

Its aroma and quality depend on the terroir, the method of cultivation and the transformations undergone after the harvest.

The teas obtained are differentiated by their "color": black, green, Oolong, yellow, white.

Rich in epigallocatechin, epigallocatechin gallate, theanine and caffeine, tea is both sought after for its taste, its energizing and relaxing properties as well as for its positive effects on health.

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Better known as red tea in China because of its infusion and color, black tea or Anglo-Indian tea is fully oxidized green tea. It is very popular in the West. Indeed, while green tea loses its freshness after 12 to 18 months, black tea can be stored for several years without losing its flavor. It is therefore more easily transportable and marketable

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Black tea is obtained by the orthodox method or the Crush, Tear, Curl process, two manufacturing methods developed by the British in the 19th century.

To obtain this tea, the leaves, once picked, are immediately spread on grids to be dried in a natural way. Today, this withering step is increasingly done indoors, so growers can control the humidity and temperature in the room.

  The leaves are then rolled up and screened, then placed on tables to initiate the oxidation process under well-defined temperature and hydrometry conditions. Then they are roasted at a temperature of 100 ° C in order to stop their oxidation.

Nowadays, black tea is available in a wide variety of flavors.

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Data sheet

Weight
40g

Specific References

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