Lemon and Ginger Pyramid Tea Bags
Brew using boiling water and leave to infuse for 5 to 10 minutes
Largely known as one of the nation’s favourite herbal teas, The Kent and Sussex Tea and Coffee Company brings you this delicious and flavoursome Lemon and Ginger blend in convenient, quality-assured, and state-of-the-art Pyramid teabag form. The relatively recent invention of the Pyramid Tea Bag ensures that the water flow through the tea or herbal tea enables more room for the leaves to infuse and expand. This, in turn, provides a more efficient infusion, much more akin to a loose leaf tea. Using Pyramid Tea Bags provides your morning cup with a stronger, more vibrant brew. When applied to Lemon and Ginger blends, the unique flavours known and loved today are only enhanced in this wonderful and nourishing infusion.
The concept of ready to brew tea was first established with the patent of ‘tea bags’ in 1903. However, further development took place during the 1930’s and 40’s. The United States was the leading nation when it came to tea bags until a British company invented the Pyramid Tea Bag in 1997. Pyramid Tea Bags have since been proven to increase tea bag space by up to 50%.
It has now spread to accommodate many different tea types and blends, and is expected to increase in popularity as consumers gradually make the switch from traditional, flat tea bags. Since 2004, the global tea industry has observed a fifteen times growth in sales and consumption of all types of tea bags. This is predominantly due to the 21st Century’s fast-paced lifestyle in countless societies around the world. This has likewise provided Pyramid Tea Bags with a great opportunity to expand within the market.
Lemon and Ginger Tea itself, meanwhile, was consumed long before the invention of Pyramid Tea Bags. Although there are no dates referring to its first known consumption in tea form, both ingredients as separate entities have been cherished within the tea industry for thousands of years. Ginger, in particular, has long since been an integral part of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) to cure a number of ailments prevalent within ancient Chinese society.
It is likewise a key factor in the practice of ancient Indian Ayurvedic Medicine. Lemon, despite its mysterious origins, is also a much loved ingredient within the tea industry, both as an accompaniment to Green and Black Teas, and as its own fruity infusion. Combined, these two mouthwatering flavours are a match made in heaven. Lemon and Ginger Tea has since become one of the most popular herbal infusions in the UK, and around the world.
Type of Tea: Herbal Tea.
Brewing Instructions: Brew using freshly boiled water and infuse for 5 to 10 minutes.
How to Serve: The addition of honey provides this beverage with a sweet boost in flavour. Choosing lemon as an accompaniment, however, brings out the bitterness. Ultimately, this will depend on your personal taste! Alternatively, this herbal tea is best served as it is.
Tasting Notes: A distinct citrus aroma wafts around the room long before you take your first sip. This brew likewise offers an equally enticing citrus flavour, combined with a delightful ginger aftertaste. Fresh, smooth, and earthy to the last, it is no surprise this blend is one of the UK’s favourite herbal teas!
Colour in Cup: Golden-orange liquor, light in tone.
Benefits of Lemon and Ginger Tea: Feeling a little ‘under the weather’? Lemon and Ginger Pyramid Tea Bags might just be the answer! Lemon contains high levels of vitamin C, which can maintain immune system health and also neutralises free radicals found within the body. It can likewise reduce inflammation and swelling. Ginger, meanwhile, is a choice ingredient for settling upset stomachs, nausea, vomiting and cold sweats. Combined, all Lemon and Ginger Teas have the ability to ward off minor illnesses such as cold and flu.
Health PointsCholesterol, Detox
Caffeine LevelDecaff (none)
Time of DayAfternoon, Evening