Brew with water at 75 to 80 degrees and brew for 2 to 3 minutes, be careful not to over infuse
Gold Rush Tea is a blend of Green Tea and White Tea with Bergamot and Lemon. We then add White Rose Buds and Golden Yoghurt Granules to create a match made in heaven. The result is a floral, citrusy, grassy delight to the senses that never ceases to impress.
Discover its finer qualities when you buy it from The Kent and Sussex Tea and Coffee Company, where everything is packed by hand and fresh to order.
What is Gold Rush Tea?
The ingredients in Gold Rush Tea lend themselves to the infusion’s unique name. In its pre-brewed appearance, the Golden Yoghurt Granules nestled in the leaves evoke images of golden nuggets in water.
Meanwhile, the Green and White Tea within boast noteworthy characteristics of their own. In particular, is the least processed type of Tea from the Camellia sinensis (Tea) plant.
Contrary to popular belief, White Tea - not Green Tea - has the highest levels of antioxidants. We’ve nevertheless included both types to enable an incredible nutritional boost to the system.
Then there is Rose Buds, which Napoleon once recommended for treating musket wounds. Today, we prefer to blend them into our beloved Gold Rush Tea for you to indulge in from the first to the last sip.
How to Brew Gold Rush Tea
1. Purchase a Tea Filter or Infuser for ease and convenience.
2. Add an estimated five grams into the accessory, ready for brewing.
3. Place the item in a cup or mug of your choice.
4. Pour in freshly boiled water left to cool to between 75°C and 80°C.
5. Leave it to steep for 1-3 minutes before removing the Tea-filled item.
How to Serve: Best appreciated without additions.
Tasting Notes: Imparts grassy characteristics with distinct floral and citrusy hints.
Contains Allergen: Lactose.
Benefits of Gold Rush Tea
You’ve struck gold when it comes to the benefits of Gold Rush Tea. Rose Buds alone are brimming with Vitamin C goodness capable of warding off colds and the flu. Studies have also found that the frequent consumption of Bergamot can lower “bad” LDL cholesterol.
Finally, there is the combination of Green and White Tea. Collectively, these leaves can promote your health and wellness in a plethora of ways.
According to a study published in the Journal of Nutrition and Metabolism, White Tea enables fat breakdown and, therefore, helps you to lose weight. According to a 2002 study published in the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, it might likewise assist those with type-2 diabetes.
Preliminary evidence goes further still to indicate that it enhances cognitive function and alleviates anxiety.
Consider reading our White Tea Benefits articles for more information.