Black Himalayan tea from the earliest spring harvest. The most delicate green leaves with silver buds give off an infusion with a sweet, fruity aftertaste with a touch of mature peaches and plums. On warm days, we recommend brewing in low temperature (60°C, 5 min.)
Tea from the Chinese Fujian province, known for the production of oolong tea. The leaves are highly oxidized and roasted. A classical oolong tea with a very correct, sweet and bitter taste with a noticeable tones of freshly baked bread and nuts. Ideal tea for everyday drinking, good for multiple steepings.
The package contains 125g of tea.
Pu Erh Sheng tea (fresh, raw, ripening), made from the leaves of old, wild-growing tea trees from the Lao jungle. In the production process the leaves are presses in bamboo forms into a cigar-like shape. The taste of the subsequent steepigs is crowned with a fruity aftertaste. Tea suitable for numerous steepings.
This coffee brings to mind the Neapolitan morning espresso. The infusion will surprise us in the morning with an unobvious and refined, sweet and spicy taste. We highly recommend it to those who love significant taste notes!