A well-balanced flavor perfect for afternoon teatime with sweets
An original blend for afternoon tea time. Assam and Darjeeling, Kandy. The blended recipes using high-quality full-leaf teas delivered from three areas gradually increase the flavor by gradually increasing the extraction time in the teapot. Pair with sweets, add milk at the end and enjoy. It is a brand that is perfect for relaxing and enjoying tea time.
Store away from high temperature and humidity and direct sunlight. After opening, put in an airtight container and consume as soon as possible.
(per 2.5g of tea leaves) energy 8kcal, protein 0.5g, fat 0.1g, carbohydrate 1.3g, salt equivalent 0g
2.5g(1 medium teaspoon)
We have blended plenty of golden chips so that you can enjoy the delicate sweetness of the taste.
What kind of blend should we make our afternoon blend? , When I expanded the image, I wanted to incorporate two ideas. First of all, at a relaxing tea time with customers and family, we brew plenty of tea in a large teapot so that we don't have to leave our seats to make tea every time we run out of tea. I wanted to finish it with a brand that does not have a bitter taste. For that reason, we used high-quality full leaves luxuriously to gently extract the taste. The richness and sweetness of Assam, the gorgeous aroma of summer-picked Darjeeling, and the gentle taste of candy while maintaining its density. We selected and blended each of the three production areas. In addition, there is another reason why I wanted to choose these three production areas. That was to make a brand named after three British “fathers of tea”. Robert Bruce, who discovered tea trees in the Assam region; Robert Fortune, a plant hunter who secretly brought back tea trees from China and cultivated them in Darjeeling; James Taylor, who worked hard to grow tea in We chose production areas named after the three great “fathers of tea” who were responsible for expanding tea production to meet the global demand for tea. It is a brand that was blended with respect to the British who created the habit of enjoying afternoon tea and spread it to the world. Please enjoy it.
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