Organic Orange

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  • teakruthi · Buy ethically sourced 100% Ceylon tea · Organic Orange
  • teakruthi · Buy ethically sourced 100% Ceylon tea · Organic Orange
  • teakruthi · Buy ethically sourced 100% Ceylon tea · Organic Orange

Organic Orange

1
Variant
US$ 11.12

Pure Ceylon Black tea (OPA)

Loose leaf · From Dimbulla region · Fairtrade certified · USDA Organic certified · European Organic certified

Exult in the deliciousness of this light flavoured black tea from the region of Dimbulla that is known for its amazing high grown teas. The tea is sourced from a single estate which has been producing exceptional teas for the past 130 years. The Harrington Estate, where this tea is sourced, is a certified organic tea estate that uses traditional cow dung and decomposed plant matter to grow its organic teas. These teas are harvested using only manual labour where workers handpick the buds and leaves. This organic OPA Black tea consists of long and bold leaves that give a light flavour and a light colour creating a mellow tea for those with a sensitive palate.

Tasting notes

  • Aroma

    Hint of floral
  • Liquor

    Light orange
  • Taste

    Mellow, light

Health benefits of our Organic Orange tea

Organic Orange is the perfect alternative to coffee, providing a healthy dose of caffeine to get going. Organic Orange is rich in antioxidants that help reduce cholesterol and the risk of heart disease, and contain Polyphenols have been shown to reduce the risk of Breast and Ovarian Cancer in women and Prostate Cancer in men. Learn more about the benefits of Organic Orange and our other black teas on our blog.

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01/16/2019
Nic
USA

Light and Flowery

This is an excellent choice for all who appreciate light-bodied teas. The large leaves take a bit longer to brew, but they result in a fine and flowery cup of tea. I noticed flavor notes of lily of the valley, alfalfa honey, and even a subtle sweet spice in the finish. As aforementioned, it is light bodied, yet it does have a leafy edge to it that adds a welcome hint of astringency (not bitter at all). The overall impression is that of purity, freshness, and sophistication.

  • Servings

    1 tsp (2.0g) per 1 cup (6 oz, 180 ml)

  • Brewing

    Near boil at 95-100 C (203-212 F)

  • Steepings

    3 to 5 minutes, up to 3 times

  • Suggestions

    Drink plain