Clouds and Mist 70 g - Oxalis eshop

Clouds and Mist 70 g

Clouds and Mist 70 g

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Reference : 910248
209 Kč
Country of origin: China
Infusions: 2

Green tea originating in Guizhou Province. The leaves are harvested across mountains of 1,100 m in height, often veiled in mist and clouds, hence the name of the tea. The dark green leaves with silvery tips are rolled into small balls, giving a bright green infusion. The aroma is one of malted chestnut, and its distinctive taste is reminiscent of walnut, which at the close transforms into the sweetness of cane sugar.

Preparation guidelines: Bring the water to the boil and then let it cool down to 70° C. Use 12 g of tea (approx. 5 heaped tsp) for 1 litre of water. Allow to infuse for 3 minutes. Strain and serve. Suitable for 2 infusions.

Green tea originating in Guizhou Province. The leaves are harvested across mountains of 1,100 m in height, often veiled in mist and clouds, hence the name of the tea. The dark green leaves with silvery tips are rolled into small balls, giving a bright green infusion. The aroma is one of malted chestnut, and its distinctive taste is reminiscent of walnut, which at the close transforms into the sweetness of cane sugar.

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Country of origin: China
Infusions: 2

Green tea originating in Guizhou Province. The leaves are harvested across mountains of 1,100 m in height, often veiled in mist and clouds, hence the name of the tea. The dark green leaves with silvery tips are rolled into small balls, giving a bright green infusion. The aroma is one of malted chestnut, and its distinctive taste is reminiscent of walnut, which at the close transforms into the sweetness of cane sugar.

Preparation guidelines: Bring the water to the boil and then let it cool down to 70° C. Use 12 g of tea (approx. 5 heaped tsp) for 1 litre of water. Allow to infuse for 3 minutes. Strain and serve. Suitable for 2 infusions.

Green tea originating in Guizhou Province. The leaves are harvested across mountains of 1,100 m in height, often veiled in mist and clouds, hence the name of the tea. The dark green leaves with silvery tips are rolled into small balls, giving a bright green infusion. The aroma is one of malted chestnut, and its distinctive taste is reminiscent of walnut, which at the close transforms into the sweetness of cane sugar.

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