Famous Chinese Gonfu black tea (meaning ortodox, traditionally manufactured), wich real name is Ch'imen, from the birthplace mountains.Historically , black teas was known in China but rarely produced until ex Chinese officer Yu Ganchin, perfectioned the Keemun manufacturing process, around 1875, after his visit in India gardens and tea factories. The beautiful tea aroma, known as "Keemun aroma" made the tea won a golden medal at Internation exposhition in Panama , in 1915.It is worlwide appreciated for the mild taste , poor in tannins.
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Blend with a refined taste, composed of black and pink tea and bancha green tea, enriched with flower petals, rosebuds and fruit flavors. Mixture not too full-bodied and with a modest tea content.
- Black tea (China), green tea (Japan), flavorings, rose buds, sunflower petals.
- Fruit, peach and apricot
- Round, fruity sweet
- Infusion with natural mineral water at a temperature of 85 °. Infusion time 3 minutes max
- When and how
- Perfect all day, drink pure or with little sugar. Very cold
- Best matched with biscuits, dried fruit, apple pie
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High quality tea from plantations considered among the highest in the world, over 2000 meters. Presents characteristics of perfume that make it close to the best Darjeeling.Collection fine (1 gem and two leaves), rich in lighter tippy easily recognizable.A tea that is perfect for those who want a particularly aromatic drink.
Inspired by traditional Indian recipe: the basis is a full-bodied black tea,enriched by cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves and cardamom. Very fragrant, digestive.Traditionally in India there are countless versions of chai tea , each region uses distinctive spices, but two never fail: cinnamon and cardamom.A must."
The scent of red fruits of the forest and pomegranate, characterizes this sweet and romantic blend of black tea
A sweet, spicy blend, hommage to enchanting flowery aromas of secret Indian gardens. The black tea basis is enriched by orange rinds, flowers and spicy flavours.
Classic blend of strong broken black teas . Very marked aroma, full-bodied tea.
Perfect tea at breakfast , with a little milk and sugar.
Perfect at brunch-time or breakfast, with eggs and bacon, cheese. It is nice also with shortbread, toast and jam.
Darjeeling Indian black tea of excellent yield enriched by the aroma of the essential oil of bergamot from Calabria, perfumed with rose. A classic tea loved and consumed all over the world, a favorite in the Anglo-Saxon countries, in an exciting variation.
Violetta is the protagonist of La Traviata, one of Giuseppe Verdi's most famous and beautiful works, inspired by Dumas' 'The Lady of the Camellias'. The flower becomes the symbol of the tragic love story between the courtesan and a wellborn young man . To Violetta, we dedicate this blend of black teas with an enveloping scent of raspberry, cherry and almond.
A gourmet blend : wonderful Chinese black teas from Yunnan, rich of many golden tips, marry the body and the strenght of Assam tea, in a exceptional breakfast tea. Elegent, strong, well- balanced tea."
Deep orange-red, clear .
Malt, cacao notes , light undertones of wood and leather.
Strong, round, full-bodied . Slightly sugared aftertaste.
Gr 2/3 in 200 cc. Of natural mineral water at 90°C . Infusion time: 3-4 minutes.
Breakfast, drink better plain.
Cakes, bread & butter, brunch, English styled breakfast.
Blend of black tea, green tea, raisins and small pieces of wild strawberry with a sweet and penetrating aroma of red fruits and grapes. Soave and light.
From a high proportion of plantations in Darjeeling Second Flush is the beginning of the summer harvest, between May and June. The leaves are bune, dark and full of clear gems (golden). The plants are hybrids of Camellia Sinensis. The symbol indicates a high quality tea with a rich proportion of buds made from gold processing, Special Tippy Golden Flowery Orange Pekoe End, 1 stands for First Choice. One of the tea that best expresses the characteristics of Darjeeling tea.
Copper dark amber reflections
Intense of muscatel, spices
Less astringent, fruity, floral notes
PREPARATION: Gr 2/3 gr.in 200 cc.of natural mineral water at 90° temperature. Infuse for 3 minutes .
HOW AND WHEN TO DRINK: High tea for breakfast or with pure sugar and a small cloud of latte.Perfetto the afternoon.
FOOD PAIRINGS: Excellent in accompaganamento to spicy dishes, chocolate dessert also supports and sweets.
Blend of Indian black Assam tea and spices (cardamom, cinnamon, pink pepper, etc.) inspired by a traditional recipe of Chai, one of the Indian national drinks. There are a thousand variations for its preparation and for the spices to be added, even if basic cardamom, cinnamon and pepper are never lacking. Strong, sweet and intense, ideal with sugar and milk.
A beloved full-leaf Chinese black tea, of orthodox processing, flavored with natural vanilla aroma. A classic, pleasant always particularly suitable for afternoon tea break.
Inspired by the mixtures in vogue in the second half of the nineteenth century, at the court of the tsar, a fragrant and elegant blend of black teas, orange petals, safflower and lavender with an intense citrus aroma.
Sweet blend of Chinese black peach and ginger tea, enriched with ginger root in pieces, petals of elianto and cornflower. Ginger, used in the East by millennia to flavor and stabilize foods, both as a remedy for various ailments, is becoming very popular in Italy.
The base is a broken leaf black tea from India, which ensures to this beverage body and color. It is enriched by pieces of cinnamon bark and strong spicy flavours.
It is said that the first plant of Camellia arrived in Italy, at the Royal Palace of Caserta, in 1760, as a pledge of love by Admiral Nelson to lady Emma Hamilton, the beautiful adventurer and wife of the British ambassador in Naples. This blend of black tea from India and China with the fragrance of lichee, lemon and ginger is dedicated to her.
Darjeeling Indian black tea, high-grown,enriched by the best Calabrianessentila oil. A classic tea, well-known all around the world and one of the favourites in the U.K. The blend is thought to be created around the second half of 19° century,by a Chinese mandarin as a tribute to Lord Grey, the then Prime Minister , after a succesful negotiation.
A mixture inspired by the beautiful maiden of A Thousand and One Nights, which by winning with her tales the sovereign decided to kill his wives after the wedding night, makes him fall in love and desist from his cruel intent.A mélange of black tea with perfume sweet of summer fruits and pomegranate, symbol of love and rebirth.
Fine quality black tea, orthodox manufacturing process, fine pluckingof 1 bud and two leaves , a blend from Assam estates.Assam tea region , in northeast India, on the banks of Brahmaputra river, is the home country of Assamese tea variety,discovered by British around 1820 . A classic, full-bodied tea, well known worldwide.The letters stand for : Tippy Golden Flowery Orange Pekoe.
Famous Chinese Gongfu black tea ( Gonfu =orthodox, worked traditionally) , whose original name is Dian Hong Gongfu , whereas Dian mean short and Hong means red tea : Chinese call in fact the black teas, red teas, according to colour of the infusion.Beautiful appearance, with a multitude of golden buds, slightly rolled and coated of tender hairs.In absolutely one of the best tea in China blacks, with a surprising taste appreciated by connoisseurs.
One of the top-seller blends byLa Via del Tè: Chinese black tea enriched by citrus flavours and orange rinds and flowers .A classic, tasty mediterranean creation.
Ceylon black tea, grown in "high grown" plantations, ie, located between 1600 and 2000 meters above sea level. Highgrown of Ceylon are appreciated throughout the world for the intense aroma and for the full body of the infusions. The classic English taste tea. The name Orange pekoe is a term introduced by Dutch quality, Orange to honor the royal family Orange-Nassau, Pekoe is the transliteration from Chinese Pak-ho, a term used to refer to white downy covering the apical buds of tea. Grand Jardin has plenty of white, fine buds and beautiful tiny black leaves.