Ahmad Tea Apricot Fruit Black Tea - 20 Teabag Sachets
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For a truly authentic taste, consider using filtered water free from any impurities that could potentially interfere with the flavour of the tea. The sweet flavour of apricots blended with Ceylon and Keemun black teas makes for a sweet, mellow cup. Their pyramid shape gives the leaves plenty of room to unfurl and infuse, placing more flavour in each cup.
Char's rooibos tea is of the highest quality and has undergone the most thorough sifting and cleaning. Chinese Sencha Green Tea (66%), Chinese Pai Mu Dan White Tea (28%), Freeze-dried Apricot (6%), Natural Flavouring. This flavorful tea has a hint of grassiness with the subtle sweetness of fresh apricots adding a creamy quality. Black tea is completely fermented, ie oxygenated, and is the type of tea that undergoes the longest processing process: picking, drying, rolling, fermenting and roasting. Rooibos tea comes from the Cape province of South Africa and is naturally caffeine and tannic acid and sugar-free.
The balance of brisk and robust black teas, fruity dried apricot pieces and nutty marzipan notes have made this a popular Ahmad Tea blend for over 20 years. The harmonious combination of apricot and peach accents creates a refreshing, aromatic, and satisfying tea experience.
A blend of Ceylon and Keemun black teas with the delicious flavour of ripe apricots, which emphasizes the natural fruit notes in the smooth base teas. This is delicious hot with a splash of milk, and it doesn't require sweetener -- although it's great with sugar if you do like additional sweetness. How to hot brew: Boiling water is fine for herbal tea, but steeping green tea in boiling water can create a bitter taste.
My book club enjoys this tea served in my fine bone china teacups with crackers and Boursin or Wensleydale apricot cheese. Health Benefits: Atherosclerosis is a cardiovascular disease caused by reduced levels of nitric oxide (NO) in the endothelium lining of blood vessels; however, studies have suggested that the flavonoids in Green Tea can improve endothelial function and flow-mediated dilation (FMD). One study, in particular, published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, stated that Green Tea improved bioactivity of the endothelium-derived vasodilator, nitric oxide, by enhancing its synthesis. The flavours of apricot and peach provide a slight acidity that works perfectly with the black tea to create the ultimate summer blend. The sweet flavour of apricots blended with Ceylon and Keemun black teas make for a sweet, mellow cup.