Gunpowder originally from China has an herb-rich flavors and a delicate floral note. This tea has a yellow-greenish color and its aroma is able to calm our mind and body. Black and green tea, incidentally come from the same tea plant, Camelia sinensis. For the production,green tea leaves are steamed in pans or roasted but not fermented like black tea. Therefore, these two kinds of tea taste totally different.
What could be more English than black tea? In England, the legend says that an earl named Charles Grey has brought this tea recipes from China. Immediately it became the malty yet elegant drink and the darling of high society which remained so until today especially in the afternoon by five clock. Black tea has a great tradition when a fine organic bergamot (citrus fruit) is added to the mild black tea. It creates a fine, fruity yet invigorating touch.
The pretty flower heads can only be harvested by hand which results in a superior product as the hand-picked will capture buds over mature flowers and seed heads. If Marigold flowers are infused with boiling water, it will form an aromatic flavor but slightly bitter in taste.
Sonnentor dried blueberries are not cultivated blueberries but wild. This is evident with its dark fruit. 10 kg of fresh blueberries produces only 1 kg of dried blueberries and as such, is rarely found. Preparation of fruit is slow. Time to invest is worthwhile in this case to exploit the intense flavor of sweet fruit to the fullness.
This tea is made from mint herbs grown organically in the sunny foothills of The Andes mountains. It has an irresistible allure of refreshing and uplifting fragrance. It is excellent to sooth your breathing airway naturally.