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Sir Adalbert’s Tropical Tea,leaf, Ceylon Black Tea – mango, papaya and melon.

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Ceylon black tea is considered the best and most popular in the world. Carefully selected upper leaves from the bushes give an infusion with an intense color, very distinctive taste and aroma. This is a unique combination of black tea with the aromas of mango, papaya and melon.

SKU: 001-1 Category:

BLACK TROPICAL TEA This is a unique combination of black tea with the aromas of mango, papaya and melon. This unique blend gives the tea its sweetness and aroma. The mixture is perfect for drinking both in winter and summer.

The tea is packed in an exclusive, triangular cardboard box with unusual embossed graphics. In the carton you will find a string bag, which guarantees that after opening the tea will remain fresh and intense in taste all the time.

Ingredients: black tea, Ceylon, pieces of papaya, mango and melon fruit, aroma of tropical fruits. Net Weight: 3.25 oz Country of origin: Sri Lanka Type: (Orange Pekoe 1) The abbreviation OP (Orange Pekoe) means the main class of tea. They are long, pointed leaves, without buds. The number 1 guarantees their highest quality.

Ceylon Black Tea: The most popular type of tea. It is subjected to a long production process. The basic stages are: withering, rolling, fermentation and drying.

The taste values are determined by such factors as: the region of origin of the tea, the plantation, the time of harvest or the degree of withering. Ceylon black tea is considered the best and most popular in the world.

Carefully selected upper leaves from the bushes give an infusion with an intense color, very distinctive taste and aroma.

Thanks to the content of theine, theobromine and theophylline, the infusion perfectly brightens the mind, improves mood and helps in concentration.

A  method of preparing: Pour 1 teaspoon of tea into a cup and pour fresh boiling water (212 F ) Brew 3-5 minutes.

Weight 3.52 lbs
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