Brew with fresh boiling water and infuse for 3 to 5 minutes
Almond Tea is a Flavoured Black Tea that is as nutritional as it is delicious. It takes the idea of having healthy almonds in your diet and combines it with everyone’s favourite cuppa. The Kent and Sussex Tea and Coffee Company is the best Almond Tea UK supplier. Since our establishment in 1982, we’ve taken pride in packing our products fresh to order, ensuring quality and consistency.
About Almond Flavoured Tea
People have added the likes of nuts and herbs to their infusions for millennia. It stands to reason, then, that Black Tea with almonds is a match made in heaven. From the very first to the very last sip, expect malty hints accompanied by unmistakably nutty overtones.
A sweetness is discernible throughout, never ceasing to impress casual drinkers and connoisseurs alike. But will it help you out of bed in the morning?
Almond Tea Calories and Caffeine
All types of “real” Tea - Black, Green, White and Oolong - have varying amounts of caffeine. Almond Black Tea, in particular, has the most out of all varieties at 45-mg per 8-oz cup. It’s worth noting, too, that while its caffeine content is high, its calorie content is low.
Indeed, on average, there should be no more than two calories per serving. A win on all fronts, in other words, when you put on the kettle!
How to Make Almond Leaf Tea
- Add about five grams of Almond Loose Leaf Tea to a Tea Filter or Infuser.
- Place the Tea-filled accessory in a cup or mug.
- Begin brewing by pouring in freshly boiled water.
- Allow it to steep for 3-5 minutes.
How to Serve: Best served without additions. However, some like to have honey, lemon or even milk or milk alternatives.
Tasting Notes: Imparts a flavour akin to marzipan in a cup, with toasty notes and malty undertones.
Contains Allergen: Nuts - (Almonds).
Almond Tea Benefits
Is Almond Tea good for you? You can count on it. Like almonds themselves, you’ve chosen a delectable beverage with weight-loss properties capable of helping you into your favourite pair of trousers again. It functions by boosting the metabolism of fat cells, enabling the body to burn fat quicker and more efficiently. Ultimately, with frequent consumption, exercise could produce more noticeable results.
And that’s not all. According to a 2015 meta-analysis, drinking a cup of Tea a day (no matter the type) reduces the risk of developing cancer by 2%. The research also found that those who drank the most Tea had up to a 21% lower risk than those who drank none. Nevertheless, despite these promising findings, we do not endorse Tea for such a purpose until more concrete evidence surfaces.