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Oriental Beauty Oolong 40 g

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Reference : 921131
230 Kč230.42CZK 281 Kč
Country of origin: China
Infusions: 5

loose leaf semi-fermented tea

Description

It is said that Queen Elizabeth II named this tea Oriental Beauty after sampling a cup. Prepared by hand, the dark brown, slightly curled leaves (oxidised to 60-70%) show a high proportion of silvery tips, giving rise to a light orange liquor. The aroma is suggestive of fine tobacco and maple syrup, while a note of roasted cocoa is evident in the taste.

preparation

Preparation guidelines: Allow 1 tsp of the tea per 150 ml of water and another for the teapot. Use water at the temperature of 90°C, pour it over the leaves and infuse for 2-3 minutes; then strain. Suitable for 5 infusions.

Composition

A handmade tea that is oxidised to the extent of 60-70%, for which merely the bud and the first two leaves are picked. The name for it dates back to the 20th century, when a British trader presented a sample of the tea to Queen Elizabeth II. She was captivated by its appearance and taste and named it Oriental Beauty. The dark brown, slightly curled leaves show a high proportion of silvery tips, giving rise to a light orange liquor. The aroma is suggestive of fine tobacco and maple syrup, while a note of roasted cocoa is evident in the taste.

Caffeine

High

Country of origin: China
Infusions: 5

loose leaf semi-fermented tea

Description

It is said that Queen Elizabeth II named this tea Oriental Beauty after sampling a cup. Prepared by hand, the dark brown, slightly curled leaves (oxidised to 60-70%) show a high proportion of silvery tips, giving rise to a light orange liquor. The aroma is suggestive of fine tobacco and maple syrup, while a note of roasted cocoa is evident in the taste.

preparation

Preparation guidelines: Allow 1 tsp of the tea per 150 ml of water and another for the teapot. Use water at the temperature of 90°C, pour it over the leaves and infuse for 2-3 minutes; then strain. Suitable for 5 infusions.

Composition

A handmade tea that is oxidised to the extent of 60-70%, for which merely the bud and the first two leaves are picked. The name for it dates back to the 20th century, when a British trader presented a sample of the tea to Queen Elizabeth II. She was captivated by its appearance and taste and named it Oriental Beauty. The dark brown, slightly curled leaves show a high proportion of silvery tips, giving rise to a light orange liquor. The aroma is suggestive of fine tobacco and maple syrup, while a note of roasted cocoa is evident in the taste.

Caffeine

High

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