Green Tea

Green Tea

Process: The top leaf and bud are plucked and briefly dried, an then pan fried or steamed to prevent oxidation. Rolling and curling the leaf creates unique flavours and shapes that are finished with a final firing. Flavour: Fresh, Vegetal, Nutty...

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Black Tea

Black Tea

Process: The top two leaves and bud are rolled, bruised and crushed, allowing the leaf to fully oxidize and transform to a deep coppery brown colour. Flavour: Hearty, Robust, Full-bodied, Brisk Caffeine: High Available Green Teas: Breakfast Blend...

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White Tea

White Tea

Process: Young Tea leaf buds are picked in early Spring before leaves unfurl. The buds are withered and then gently dried. White tea is the least processed tea. Flavour: Delicate, smooth and slightly sweet Caffeine: Low Available White Teas...

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Herbal Tea

Herbal Tea

Herbals: Herbal teasans are herbs, fruits and flowers, not the tea plant, camellia sinensis. Process: Herbs, fruits and flowers are fully fried and sifted of dust. Flavour: A variety- minty, earthy, tart, sweet, floral or fruity. Caffeine...

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Tumeric Tea

Tumeric Tea

Process: An ancient root related to the ginger family, Tumeric is often found in curries, giving the food it brilliant, golden orange colour. Picked in Madagascar, dried and ground into a powder. Flavour: Earthy, mellow, peppery and balancing...

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