This blood orange black tea is reminiscent of Italian Fruit. This Ceylon tea takes you to the colorful italian village thanks to the yellow orange peel and blazing orange-red safflower. This sweet, fresh and tangy fruit blend tastes great hot or iced.
Brighten up your afternoon tea , when you brew your blood orange black tea in your tea brewer. You can picture yourself in an italian cafe sipping tea amongst the vibrant fruited trees. Or you can enjoy chilled uisng the ICED TEA JUG, while enjoying this on a summer day.
Black tea is allowed to wither, which precedes a process called oxidation or browning, during which water evaporates out of the leaf and the leaf absorbs more oxygen from the air. Black teas usually undergo full oxidation, and the results are the characteristic dark brown and black leaf, the typically more robust and pronounced flavors of black teas, and when brewed properly, a higher caffeine content compared to other teas (50-60% of coffee) depending on the type and brewing technique.
we recommend a brewing temperature of 212 degrees or boiling point, with a steep time of 2-3 minutes. However, black tea can be steeped for longer than 3 minutes without adversely affecting taste.