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Sencha • Almond Milk (Caramel/Almond)

Select, sweet Sencha unities happily with an exquisite caramel cream flavour. A distinctly tart almond and a light coconut note refine the taste. A strinkingly attractive composition with high-quality ingredients such as almond and ginger pieces. An unrivalled creamy taste experience.


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This mild creation is given fruity sweetness by the apple pieces and carrot flakes and a touch of freshness by eucalyptus leaves, lemon grass, tangerine bits and a nuance of hibiscus. Beetroot pieces lend their colour to the cup along with a slightly earthy note. Dried orange slices are an optical reminder of the fresh citrus flavour of this absolutely perfect composition.


Stock:  18 bag
China • OP • Sencha (organic)

Sencha is one of the best-known green tea types. Originally consumed by Buddhist monks as a remedy and for spiritual composure, it is today considered a source of inspiration and vitality. Sencha means steamed tea: Sen = steam, Cha = tea. Firstly, the tealeaves are folded lengthwise while drying on warm trays, and then they are heated in wood-fuelled pans in order to stop the fermentation. You will immediately recognize the long, well-worked, grass-green leaves in this quality tea. After the infusion, the full leaf structure can be seen, and the cup has a bright yellow colour. The grass-like flavour and fine sweetness are a pleasure for every Sencha enthusiast!


Stock:  14 bag
Piña Colada (Coconut/Pineapple)

Just imagine: lying under a coconut palm on a Caribbean beach, listening to the sea and enjoying the sun. This tropical flair is captured in our Pina Colada redbush. The cocktail classic brings about the lazy Caribbean feeling, which you can now enjoy in a non-alcoholic version. The combination of fruity fresh pineapple with creamy, sweet coconut brings exotic pleasure. Accordingly, the tea is decorated with coconut and pineapple pieces - absolutly delightful.


Stock:  18 bag
English Leaf Blend

Among the countless types of English tea blends, which are offered today, the traditional classics are still amongst the most popular. Our creation is based on a traditional recipe and composed of 50% select Ceylonese highland teas and of equal portions of highly aromatic Assam and Java leaf teas. Thanks to its fine and spicy taste, this blend is a perfect companion for your morning toast with honey or jam, but also ideally suited for afternoon tea with cake, biscuits or scones with clotted cream.


Stock:  2 bag
Earl Grey (Bergamot)

In 1833, Earl Grey, the Earl of Howick Hall, at that time British Prime Minister, suspended the price monopoly, which the East India Company had over the tea trade with China. The originally pure Chines tea was lightly flavoured with fine bergamot oil. This additional fragrance, which was provided by the Chinese, was intended to protect the tea from the taste of mould and tar, which could arise from the long voyage at see to royal England. Thus this tea received its name, and, still today „Earl Grey” is the embodiment of the finest English tea.


Stock:  30 bag
Sweet Marzipan

In the Middle Ages, the so-called Angels' Bread was reserved for the rich, who ate it as an exquisite dessert. The lower classes were only introduced to marzipan at the beginning of the 20th Century, when the first marzipan factory was established. The incomparably superior flavour of this delicious sweet mass, made of ground almonds, sugar, rose water and selected spices, ideally unities with the aromatic black tea. A treat, not only for Marzipan fans.


Stock:  10 bag
Sencha • Strawberry/Lychee

This exquisitely elegant green tea blend offers a round and intense taste experience to the connoisseurs. The litchi fruit from China - the land of the smiles - brings sweet, fruity and soft, flowery notes to this fresh, tangy „Sencha” . With the berry note of this delicious fruit, the blend reaches perfection. The noble rose petals and the jasmine blossoms, which come from far away countries, are perfect partners for the freeze-dried strawberry pieces in this carefully balanced combination of flavours.


Stock:  8 bag
Malawi Satemwa • ZOMBA   [Remnants and Oddments]
Malawi Satemwa • ZOMBA

The tea makers have created a very extraordinary tea in ths blend. The coarse, uneven leaf structure makes you beleive this is a more tangy tea. However, the multi-faceted taste, which is certainly comparable to some Japanese teas, invalidates this assumption. The glowing, lime-coloured infusion hints at green asparagus. Well-scented and flowery in taste, this tea is predestined for green tea enthusiasts.


Stock:  8 bag
Mango   [Preorder]

Mango is one of the most popular fruits and is especially appreciated by anyone who has ever had the chance to eat one in one of its countries of origin. In India, a remarkable spice is won from the still unripe fruits, whereas in Western world mangos are used for desserts, coktails or ice cream. The delicious flavour of the tropical fruit on the mild, spicy China-Ceylon blend, enriched with sweet, dried mango cubes and bright yellow sunflower blossoms makes this tea an exotic experience!


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