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Early Morning and English Breakfast are closely related. Both contain Assam, Ceylon and African tea leaves and are differently balanced only in given cases. The biggest difference between these two classical tea mixtures is the tradition. While Early Morning tea is drunk right after waking up, English Breakfast is brewed a little bit later and usually accompanies the British breakfast.
Four of the finest green and white tea sorts are united to create this lightly flowery tea aroma: 69% green China Jasmin, Pai Mu Tan, China Jasmine Silverneedle and last but not least a specialty straight out of Fujian: small and carefully furled China Jasmine Dragon Pearls.
Vietnam Mao Feng
The Vietnam Mao Feng tea is a white tea with a fine, flowery and somewhat sweet aroma. For this tea only silky tea buds are harvested. Subsequently, the buds are hardly fermented anymore. One cup of the Vietnam Mao Feng tea only contains 2 percent of fermented tea leaves and is, therefore, low in caffeine in comparison to black or green tea.
All-natural Assam from the northeast of India is a classical tea amongst black tea brands. Assam leaves are used in many succulent tea mixtures. Pure and organic Assam tea leaves are known for their distinctive and vigorous characteristics and are the perfect solution for a power enhancement on stormy and rainy days. With candy, honey or rum Assam tea creates its own individual Unique Selling Proposition.
To carry this name as a black tea the leaves will have to be originated from the beknown tea gardens in West Bengal in India. The first cultivation took place during the British colonial period. Hence, the tea industry in that area boomed and at least 80 plantations have been established.
Sencha is Asia’s most favorite tea. Originally this tea is from Japan, yet soon enough Sencha tea leaves made themselves popular in all of China. The Chinese prepare this green tea differently though. While the Japanese use water vapor, the Chinese Sencha is toasted briefly just like gunpowder, so the fermentation of the leaves in order to maintain its green color of the leaves and to keep all the valuable nutrients.
Chinese Jasmin tea is based on the classical green tea and was developed in China centuries ago by adding jasmine blossoms or by evaporating green tea leaves in a hot jasmine blossoms steam bath. The flavor dominating the Chinese Jasmin Tea is a flowery and distinctly sweet one instead of the off-dry mildness a green tea usually has. Classical tea creations contain Jasmin tea leaves only in late summer when the blossoms are ripe enough for this process.
English Breakfast is the epitome of the British culture and was once carried down by the upper class to the broad levels of the British population. This tea contains classic ingredients like Assam or Ceylon tea leaves and often also black tea leaves from Africa. The aroma of the English Breakfast tea is usually vigorous and full-bodied, which is the reason why British people eagerly add milk, cream or sugar to that tea.
Earl Grey tea is one of the most significant classical tea brands. Formerly this tea was only made by Chinese black tea leaves. Now other variations are mixed by adding different black tea leaves from India or Sri Lanka. This tea’s typical trait is its freshly fruity touch of citric flavor. This is what sets this tea apart from other vigorous black tea variations. To reach the rich and unique flavor bergamot oil is added.
Hemp Tea Lemon
Vigor and high spirits for you will be taken care of by this savory hemp mate mixture. What will wake up the vital spirits in the morning or get you back up on track after a lazy afternoon is the fresh and citric aroma in connection with some pomegranate, bergamot orange oil and guarana. A refreshing tea und hot summer days, which will strengthen your immune system simultaneously.
Hemp Tea Chamomille
There is no other hemp tea that gently relaxes you in the evening and has an exculpatory effect on your body. Even when you are having stomachache or indigestion this fragrant creation results in immediate alleviation after drinking your first cup. Ingredients like chamomile, fennel, green rooibos, ginger, anise, lavender and more can be found in this mixture.
Hemp Tea Orange
If there’s a tea that smells like rampant orange groves and peppermint, then it is this harmonically fruity hemp tea mixture mixed with green sencha tea. This elegant creation will not fail to lift up your spirits on gloomy days and relax both your body and soul.
Hemp Tea Chai
This full-bodied mixture containing black Assam tea, hemp leaves, cinnamon, ginger, star anise,clove, rose petals, cardamom, chili and guarana will surely add some vitality, joy and ayurverdic flavor variety into your cup. This creation of ours is not only going to drown you in exotic indulgence, but also ensure you get into good mood and create more balance.
An exciting creation made of exotic fruits, lemon peel, green mint and rooibos is what is known as red iced tea, which is loved by everyone, especially the children. One carafe on the table is the perfect preparation for hot summer days.