Black Tea Sampler
Black tea sampler? This is an idea one of our customers suggested. “Why not offer a small portion of a variety of your teas so people could try them at a reasonable price.”
Great idea! So we created ‘Samplers’ for our black teas, green teas, rooibos teas, and actually 2 for our herbal teas. Thanks again for the great idea, and enjoy!
Our favorite black tea sampler comes in either 3/4 oz of loose-leaf, enough to make 6 to 8 cups of each, or 4 of our SOILON ‘silk’ sachets of each tea.
The black teas are the following…
An organic, bold, and uniquely fabulous tasting black tea to start your day here in paradise!
Deep character and sweet citrus notes of a “flowery pekoe” with the oil of bergamot natural flavoring. Earl Grey is the most popular flavored tea in the world.
An exotic blend of ginger, cardamom, coriander, cinnamon, and black pepper. Bright copper color with full flavor.
Black OP Lemon Ginger tea is tangy lemon and spicy ginger root blended with a mountain-grown black tea from Sri Lanka.
Store in a dry place.
Brewing Instructions for Black Tea Sampler
Steep black teas multiple times. Loose-leaf teas have far more flavor than traditional tea bags due to their superior quality and freshness. Tea strength is a personal decision. Please experiment to determine your preferences.
Use boiling water and allow your tea to steep as little as 3 minutes or as much as 6 minutes. Then, for each of the following steeps, use boiling water and double the steep time.
Most black teas can be steeped at least 2 times and, depending on the steep times, as many as 4 times. Consider blending the first steep with the following steeps to balance the tea. If you do not want to drink all the tea, store it in the fridge for wonderful iced tea.
Store in a dry place.
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