Brew with water at 75 to 80 degrees and brew for 2 to 3 minutes, be careful not to over infuse
Angel’s Kiss Tea is a premium blend of Green and White Teas delicately scented with heavenly flavours. It is made using only the finest quality Green China Sencha Tea, Lung Ching Dragonwell Tea and White Pai Mu Tea accompanied with passionfruit, pineapple and strawberry pieces. If its appearance alone isn’t enough, then once brewed this wonderful fusion of flavours transcends with every sip, boasting alluring fruity notes combined with distinct grassy undertones.
Some may say it is crafted by the angels themselves; all we know is that each one of our teas and coffees, including Angel’s Kiss Tea, is packed fresh to order here in our Pluckley-based factory, nestled away amongst the breathtaking vistas of the Kentish countryside. That means you’re only getting the freshest, tastiest beverages every time you order. And as you already know, Angel’s Kiss Tea is no exception. But better still, there are even health benefits to be had from frequently consuming this tea.
In fact, when enjoyed alongside a healthy and active lifestyle, Angel’s Kiss Tea can improve cardiovascular health by lowering “bad” LDL cholesterol; support weight management by boosting the metabolism, and even reduce the risks of type-2 diabetes by balancing blood sugars. The word “balance” is used commonly when describing Angel’s Kiss Tea; it is balanced in flavour, ingredients, and in health-promoting potential. The possibilities are nearly endless. Try Angel’s Kiss Tea today.
Many of the teas blended in the making of Angel’s Kiss Tea have truly fascinating stories. But none are quite as fascinating as Dragonwell Tea. One of the oldest legends has it that in the Chinese village of Longjing during the Qing Dynasty (1644-1912), one might peer into the local well and be able to see dragons circling in the water. Yet this wasn’t a cause for concern as dragons in Chinese culture are very auspicious and symbolise long life. Essentially, dragons brought good luck to those who drank and used the water from the well. And those who drank the tea harvested from the nearby land, tea cared for with water from the well, had similarly good luck. So, Dragon Well Tea, by rights, quite literally is a “Dragon Well” Tea.
When it comes to China’s unique culture, Dragon Well Tea plays a big part. Giving Dragon Well Tea to your in-laws when you get married, for example, is a tradition from the Zhejiang province, home to this tea, where the marriage ceremony lasts a whole day and at a particular point of the ceremony, the brides makes a cup of Dragon Well Tea for her in-laws, bowing and presenting it to them.
This is because tea has literal roots that go deep into the soil, so this is an indication that the marriage will likewise have deep, healthy roots. It is no real wonder, then, that even outside of a marriage, giving loved ones Dragon Well Tea is a valuable gift. Perhaps most valuable still, however, is Angel’s Kiss Tea, although we’ll let you decide for yourself!
Type of Tea: Loose Leaf White and Green Tea.
Ingredients: China Green Sencha, Dragonwell Green Tea, Pai Mu Tan White Tea, Papaya cubes, Pineapple cubes, Rose Petals, Natural Flavouring and Strawberry pieces.
Brewing Instructions: Brew using freshly boiled water left to cool to temperatures between 80 and 90 degrees. Following this, infuse for 2 to 3 minutes.
How to Serve: Consider adding lemon to this beverage. Alternatively, enjoy as it is.
Tasting Notes: Grassy, sweet and refreshing, Angel’s Kiss Tea has subtle notes almost reminiscent of liquorice with delicate earthy undertones.
Colour in Cup: Vibrant yellow liquor, light in tone.
Health Benefits: Green Tea is famous for its health benefits. Yet White Tea, despite its underdog persona, has greater health benefits still. A recent study conducted by BioMed Central established that White Tea has antioxidant activity that directly affects the overall health and appearance of your skin. According to results, White Tea consumption helped maintain two skin proteins known as Elastin and Collagen. Elastin is responsible for maintaining elasticity of the skin along with aiding in wound repair. Collagen, meanwhile, is a protein found in connective tissue that supports the skin’s strength as well as elasticity.