Brew with water at 75 to 80 degrees and brew for 2 to 3 minutes, be careful not to over infuse
Papaya Guava and Mango Green Tea is one of our most popular flavoured beverages. It combines the rich, deletable notes of tropical fruits with the delicate, grassy tastes of Green Tea.
According to research, this Tea, like all Green Teas, comes with health benefits. Studies suggest that it can improve cardiovascular health, support the immune system and enhance cognitive function. Most, however, will choose this infusion because, put simply, it's scrumptious!
About Green Tea
While Papaya Guava and Mango Green Tea is a relatively 'new' invention, the potential for creating it dates back some 5,000 years. This is when, according to legend, an ancient Chinese Emperor named Shennong discovered Tea.
The story goes that in 2737 BCE, Shennong came to rest underneath an unknown tree with a cup of boiling water by his side. When he awoke, he found that leaves from the tree above had dropped into his drink. The Emperor, an avid herbalist, decided to try the infusion. To his surprise, he loved it! Without knowing it at the time, he had just drunk a cup of Green Tea.
Contrary to popular belief, Flavoured Tea is far from a new phenomenon. Indeed, the idea of such a beverage dates back almost as far as the discovery of Tea. People of the time used to add herbs, fruits and spices to these brews. Today, we add the ingredients for you!
Type of Tea: Loose Leaf Green Tea.
Ingredients: Green Tea leaves, papaya pieces and natural flavouring.
Brewing Instructions: Brew with fresh water at temperatures between 75 and 80 degrees. Infuse for 2 to 3 minutes, being sure not to burn or over-brew the leaves.
How to Serve: No accompaniments required.
Tasting Notes: This beverage is delicate yet flavoursome with a fresh, sweet, irresistible aftertaste.
Colour in Cup: Green liquor, light in tone.
Health Benefits of Green Tea
Research suggests that the EGCG content found in this Tea can lower risks of cardiovascular complications. A meta-analysis of 13 Green Tea-related observational studies discovered that participants who drank the most Green Tea had a 28% lower risk of coronary artery disease than those who drank the least.