Brew with fresh boiling water and infuse for 3 to 5 minutes
Ginger and Peach Tea is a Loose Leaf Ceylon Tea blended with the perfect pairing of ingredients. When brewed, it has a soft sweetness with a zingy, zesty aftertaste. You can buy it here at The Kent and Sussex Tea and Coffee Company.
Since our establishment in 1982 - over 40 years ago - we’ve packed each Loose Tea and Roast Coffee fresh to order. Doing so ensures not only quality but also consistency.
Ginger and Peach Black Tea Ingredients
Tea leaves from Ceylon (present-day Sri Lanka) have much to offer casual drinkers and connoisseurs alike. They’re renowned for a distinct boldness in cup, the ideal choice for those who prefer a hearty infusion first thing in the morning.
Since the 19th century, when production began, Ceylon Tea has been one of the most beloved varieties in the world. More importantly, it is an excellent base ingredient.
Then there is Ginger Root Tea (Zingiber officinale) of the Zingiberaceae family. Closely related to Cardamom and Turmeric Tea, it grows in great abundance in India, Africa and the Caribbean.
The renowned Chinese philosopher Confucius (551-479 BCE) recommended it before, during and after a meal. Now, you can enjoy it alongside Black Tea and peaches when you follow these instructions:
How to Make Ginger and Peach Tea
1. Purchase a Tea Filter or Infuser for ease and convenience.
2. Add about five grams of Loose Tea into the accessory.
3. Place the item in a cup and pour in freshly boiled water at 100°C.
4. Allow it to infuse for 3-5 minutes for the best flavour.
How to Serve: Consider a slice of lemon or a dollop of honey. Alternatively, serve black.
Tasting Notes: Imparts a soft sweetness with fruity notes and a zingy, zesty aftertaste.
Ginger and Peach Tea Benefits
Confucius was indeed right to consider standalone Ginger Root Tea as an accompaniment to food. The primary reason, according to the latest scientific evidence, is that its phenolic compounds relieve gastrointestinal irritation and lessen gastric contractions.
This is because of its potent anti-inflammatory properties that likewise alleviate acid reflux (heartburn) and other digestive complaints.
And that’s not all. When it comes to Black Tea, recent research has started to uncover its remarkable potential. One such study, conducted in 2018, found that its antioxidants reduce the risk of diabetes, obesity and elevated cholesterol.
Meanwhile, a 2020 meta-analysis found that it lowered blood pressure in people with hypertension. Yet another study showed that it enhanced cognitive function.
Anyone wishing to learn more should read our Ginger Tea Benefits articles.