Lavender Green Tea in Loose Leaf

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About Lavender Green Tea in Loose Leaf

Ingredients Sweet olive, Oolong, Matricaria
Origin Turkey
Shelf life  24 Months
Storage Condition Keep in Cool and Dry Place
Features All Natural, No artificial colours, flavours or preservatives
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Green tea is the most similar to the tea plant bud among different types of tea. Spring bud sprouts, consumed as green tea, receive most of the nutrients the plant absorbs during hibernation through the roots. Green tea, which is made in early spring, with its short shelf life of 6 to 8 months, has attracted many fans around the world due to its refreshing and refreshing properties. The aroma of green tea is reminiscent of the freshness of lush pastures and the invigorating breeze of the seas.

Grab a cup of boiled water (208°F) and let the tea to steep for 4-5 minutes, check the package for the right steep time.

Green tea is one of the most popular teas, so much popular that leaves us nothing more to say. You must have heard about this wonderful tea and its magical effects on the body and soul. This marvellous herb has so many health benefits that some people use it as a medicine.

Many people who are new to tea are surprised to discover that green tea and black tea are both derived from the same plant species—Camellia sinensis. Green tea becomes “green” and black tea becomes “black” largely determined by the tea plant variety and how the tea leaves are handled.

Lavender green tea is a mixture of green tea leaves and natural lavender flowers that makes it a perfect drink for your lazy afternoons.

Natural Moreish offers a 100% natural lavender green tea with no additives or preservatives. Keep this delicious and beneficial tea in an air-tight container in a dark and cool place. Storing it in the refrigerator may help you keep it fresh for a longer period.

General Information

Green tea is cultivated from the Camellia sinensis plant. Camellia Sinensis dried leaves and leaf buds are used to make a variety of teas. The leaves are steamed and pan-fried before being dried to make green tea. Some teas, such as black tea and oolong tea, are fermented (black tea) or partly fermented (oolong tea). Green tea is a more common beverage among people.

A brewed green tea is usually green, yellow, or light brownish, with a flavour profile that can vary from grassy and toasted (pan-fired) to vegetal, soft, and seaweed-like (steamed). Most green teas, when brewed properly, should be very light in colour and only slightly astringent.

On the other hand, Black tea leaves are harvested and allowed to completely oxidise before being heat-processed and dried. During oxidation, oxygen interacts with the cell walls of the tea plant, transforming the leaves into the rich dark brown to black colour that black tea is known for, as well as dramatically altering their flavour profile.

Green tea is said to have become popular in Japan around 1190 when a Zen priest returned to Japan with tea plant seeds and bushes after visiting and studying in China’s great Buddhist monasteries and temples. Eisai, a young priest, used his experience growing and drinking tea in China to popularise tea as a meditation ritual within his group of Buddhist monks, gradually spreading the practice across the rest of Japan. China and Japan are now the world’s top two producers and exporters of green tea.

Health Benefits

There are numerous health benefits of green tea that we can enjoy if we begin drinking it:

  1. Boosts your Fat Burning Process.

As you may know, one of the best ways to burn more calories and losing weight is to boost up your metabolism, which means your boy is working t its top-notch capacity that can be a great bonus to your overall health. And it is proven that green tea can do that for you. So, when you hear that green tea increases fat burning, your body will flow better, your heart will pump at a rate it should, and your digestive system works properly, leading to weight loss.

  1. It may fight Certain Cancers

This is huge. After all, we all know someone who has been affected by this tragedy, and some of us may have even experienced it ourselves. So knowing that green tea may help fight cancer is a pretty good reason to incorporate it into your daily routine. Mouth, lung, pancreas, stomach, and mammary glands are only a few of the cancers that can be avoided by drinking green tea.

  1. It can fight Cardiovascular Disease

When it comes to the leading causes of death, cardiovascular problems are at the top. Green tea can lower cholesterol levels, which can contribute to conditions such as stroke and heart attack. Green tea can help to lower LDL (bad) cholesterol levels in the blood.

Delicious Ways to Use Green tea

Green tea is typically served hot and freshly brewed or as a cold tea. Sweeteners and milk are usually not added because of the mild taste, and it is often served alone or with a small snack. The best way to completely enjoy this delicate hot tea is to take a morning or afternoon tea break.

How to prepare and drink Green tea?

Depending on the type and variety of green tea you intend to brew, the brewing temp and steeping time can vary.

Here are some general tea brewing guidelines to consider:

  • Use filtered water that is fresh, clean, and cold.
  • Green teas are usually brewed in short infusions at 160 to 180 degrees.
  • Don’t let your tea get too hot! If the water is too hot, particularly for green tea, the bitterness and astringency of your tea will be released more quickly.
  • If you don’t have a temperature-controlled electric kettle, just let your boiling water rest before pouring over your green tea blankets.
  • It depends on tea, but it is safe to bet with around 2g of leaf tea for 8 oz.
  • Cover the steep tea in the steeping vessel to maintain all the heat.
  • The majority of high-quality loose leaf teas can be steeped many times.
  • Is it better to milk or not to milk? If you like to season your green tea, you can add milk (and even sugar). Keep in mind that the taste of green tea is usually very light, and you can cover it by adding milk and/or sugar, which will also add calories.

Storage

Green tea is available in a variety of forms, including whole tea leaves, tea bags, and filtered iced tea. There are both single-origin and blend teas available. Whole leaf tea is usually the best quality tea.

Since green tea is less oxidised than black tea, it is technically fresher and more delicate and should be consumed sooner for full flavour. Green tea should be enjoyed within six to a year of purchase. You should also keep your green tea in a cool, quiet spot, away from the sun, oxygen, moisture, and fragrant pantry companions like coffee or spices.

Tea will absorb the scent of anything stored nearby, which is why we still suggest storing your loose-leaf tea away from strong scents. This may imply that a kitchen cabinet, especially spice cabinets and pantries, is not the best option for storing your loose-leaf tea.

 

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