Pomegranate Dragonfruit Premium White / Green Loose Leaf Tea in Assorted Packs
Pomegranate Dragonfruit Premium White / Green Loose Leaf Tea in Assorted Packs
Pomegranate Dragonfruit Premium White / Green Loose Leaf Tea in Assorted Packs
Pomegranate Dragonfruit Premium White / Green Loose Leaf Tea in Assorted Packs
Pomegranate Dragonfruit Premium White / Green Loose Leaf Tea in Assorted Packs
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Pomegranate Dragonfruit Premium White / Green Loose Leaf Tea in Assorted Packs

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A wonderfully exotic and very delicate fruit character.
A delight as iced tea, to sip on hot summer days.
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Pomegranate / Dragon Fruit 
(Premium Green and White Tea Blend)
Variable pack size and packaging


 

Country of Origin: China.
Region: Hunan.
Infusion: Pale yellow-green.
Cup Characteristics: The 
tea tends light liquoring, fresh and smooth with reasonable depth and body. The Pomegranate and Dragonfruit pieces with Premium white and green teas give the tea a wonderfully exotic and very delicate fruit character. A delight for the taste buds.
Ingredients: Green Sencha tea, kukicha tea, dragon f
ruit pieces (dragonfruit, cane sugar, icing sugar, corn starch, acidifier: citric acid), pai mu tan tea, lemongrass, flavourings, freeze-dried kiwi and raspberry pieces and pomegranate arils.


 

A delightfully light and refreshing sweet tea.

The exotic, fruity character of this tea makes it especially nice as an iced tea treat on hot summer days.

 

White teas have extremely high levels of anti-oxidants, in comparison with most other teas, so are good for your health. Do not be misled by the mildness of your tea, it still has comparatively high levels of caffeine and tannin. White tea, when served will often have more subtle flavours than that of black or green tea, but you can still get a rich and full flavour by using a bit more tea in the brew.

Japan only exports about 1-2 percent of its total production and recently has become a leading importer of the finest teas in the world. Over half of the yearly production of Japanese tea comes from Shizuoka. The production of green tea entails the steaming of the green leaf and hand or machine rubbing. The teas are then pan-fried or basket fired which gives them a distinctive appearance and glossy look and feel. These methods give a taste that is light in colour but rich and full in the cup.

 

Hot Tea Brewing Method
 

Heat water to 180�F or 80�C. Place 1 teaspoon of tea per cup into your teapot, and add 1 for the pot (for a more intense flavour, add a bit more tea). Pour the water into the pot and let it steep for about 3 minutes. Pour into your cup and enjoy.

Alternatively, put the tea in a tea infuser and brew right in your cup. When preparing by the cup, this tea can be used repeatedly - about 3 times.

Some like to brew this straight in the cup without an infuser, but be careful not to drink the leaves at the bottom of your cup. The pattern of the leaves is said to tell your fortune.

Milk not recommended for green tea.

Also delicious as iced tea - especially for those long, hot summer days.

 

Iced Tea Brewing Method
 

Make as for hot, but add extra 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.



 

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Specifications
  • SKU:
    5060210566845
  • Brand:
    Simpli-Special
  • Condition:
    New
  • Product Code:
    5060210566845
  • Weight:
    0.175kg
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Pomegranate and dragon fruit te

This is the most delicious tea I have ever tasted not sure what a dragon fruit looks like .

Customer service was excellent ,

Thank you

Susan Howe | Evesham | June 2020