Black tea is allowed to fully oxidize which turns the leaves dark. Green tea skips this step. The oxidized leaves are passed through hot air tunnels or baked in ovens. This dries the leaves and stabilizes them, allowing them to be sorted and packaged. Read more about black tea.
Sweet and sticky sesame delicacies, stacks of candied dates, figs and sultanas, wonderfully decorated bowls filled with sugared almonds, precious vanilla – all this is reflected by the amazing optic of this creation. Combined with a mild black tea base, this fairy-tale-like, slightly mystic creation will cast its spell over you with its golden-red cup. Learn More
Notes of plump juicy raspberries delicately blended with fresh summer honey. A real standout, this tea is perfect as a warm pick-me-up on a cold morning, or an iced treat on a balmy afternoon.