Brighten your afternoons and evenings with a cup of Ceylon Black. This loose-leaf black tea is cultivated near the southern slope of Sri Lanka's highest mountain, and brews a bright cup with a flowery and fruity finish. This all-time favorite is wonderful hot or iced.
Ceylon Black Loose-Leaf Tea
Refreshing, Organic, Unblended
Fruity, Floral, Unflavored
Unlike high levels of caffeine found in coffee, the lower amounts in Ceylon black loose-leaf tea promotes blood flow in the brain without overstimulating the heart.
Some of Ceylon black loose leaf tea's other benefits include:
- Helping moisturize the skin
- Deactivating viruses
- Freshening breath
- Helping burn fat by increasing metabolism
- Maganese reduces the risk of coronary heart disease
- [Black] tea is full of tannins, which studies have shown have the ability to fight viruses such as influenza, dysentery and hepatitis.
- Black tea also contains alkylamine antigens, which help boost the immune system.
* Please Note: This information is intended for educational purposes only, and is not intended to prevent, diagnose, treat, or cure any disease. Please seek advice from a medical professional about any health concerns you may have.
Steeping loose leaf tea is easy. Simply spoon 1-2 tsp of desired tea into a tea filter or infuser. Heat fresh, filtered water to a rolling boil and leave to cool just a little.
Pour water over tea and steep. Refer to individual tea information (above) for recommended temperature and brewing time.
A nice robust but cheery black tea!
Oddly, I get a mint flavor in this tea that is fairly strong.
Its not a tingle your tongue flavor but certainly picked up in the nostrils and on the mid part of the tongue.
This has a very bright juicy mouthfeel. I like that.
A robust tea though.
There is a touch of a floral undertone in this tea but ever so delicate.
A nice black tea.