Decaffeinated Black & Green Teas
5 x 20g Tea Taster Assortment + Sample Pack of Tea Filters
Comes in resealable pouches, for freshness you can taste!
Decaffeinated loose leaf teas. All of our decafs are processed using the Co2 Process. The advantage of this decaffeination process is that no chemical solvents are used to remove the caffeine. Also, using the naturally occurring Co2 in a circulation process which carefully uses high pressure and temperature to extract the caffeine, the origin distinct character of the tea is retained in the cup. There is a slight change in the character of the tea due to the process but the end result is an uncompromising cup of tea with no chemical overtones.
Country of Origin: Sri Lanka
Cup Characteristics: Good body but not overpowering with satisfying full tea flavour notes.
Infusion: Bright and coppery - Especially enticing with milk.
Ingredients: CO2 Decaffeinated Premium Black Flowery Pekoe tea.
Country of Origin: Sri Lanka
Cup Characteristics: Mild and tender in taste, with a light and gentle scent.
Infusion: Copper-coloured .
Ingredients: CO2 Decaffeinated luxury Ceylon black tea.
Country of Origin: India, Darjeeling.
Cup Characteristics: Malty with a jammy like flavour best describes this premium tea.
Ingredients: CO2 Decaffeinated luxury Darjeeling black tea.
Country of Origin: Sri Lanka / Albania
Cup Characteristics: A full flavoured cup of tea tending bright with excellent Earl Grey notes from natural oil of bergamot.
Infusion. Bright tending light.
Ingredients: Decaf black tea, cornflower petals, natural flavours (organic compliant).
Country of Origin: China.
Cup Characteristics: Good green tea flavour with longish Sencha leaf style. All the goodness of green tea without the caffeine.
Infusion: Tending light and green.
Ingredients: Decaf green tea.
Fill with tea to taste
Bend flap and use as a hook to suspend the tea in the cup
Brew your cuppa
Can be used more than once to re-infuse (if appropriate).
Hot Tea Brewing Method
Bring fresh cold water to a rolling boil. Place 1 teaspoon for each cup into the pot (for a more intense infusion, add a little more tea). Pour boiling or 80 degree water for green tea, or 100Ã¯Â¿Â½C for black tea (depending on tea) into the pot, cover and allow to steep for 3 to 7 minutes according to taste. the longer the steep, the stronger the brew.
Add milk and sugar to taste, but can be drunk "straight up."
Iced Tea Brewing Method
For either type, brew as for hot, but add more tea - a general rule of thumb is to double the amount used. When the tea has cooled a little, pour over ice. It is important to make it a little stronger as the ice will water it down.
Alternatively, you can place the tea in a jug and add cold water. Leave to infuse for a few hours (or overnight in the fridge) strain and enjoy. Cold brewing will give a smoother taste.
Simpli-Special - Tea as it Should be!