Brew with water at 75 to 80 degrees and brew for 2 to 3 minutes, be careful not to over infuse
Nothing beats the first bite into a succulent peach. Why shouldn’t the first sip of your tea be the same, however? Enter Peach Green Tea, a beverage as enticing as it sounds. This wholesome, refreshing, invigorating, flavoursome, and irresistible brew boasts unmistakably sweet flavours, with equally sweet aromas wafting around the room long before you embrace its delectable taste. It is a palate pleaser to the last but also, very potentially, offers even more according to science.
In fact, the evidence suggests that regardless of the type of Green Tea you choose, and that goes for flavoured Green Teas like this one, all Green Teas can improve your everyday way of life providing one eats healthily and exercises frequently. The ever-mounting evidence supports the consumption of any Green Tea, including Peach Green Tea, for the potential of improving cardiovascular health, reducing the risks of Type II Diabetes, supporting the immune system, boosting the metabolism, and enhancing cognitive function.
But if you’re not worried about any of that; if you want nothing more than to sit down, relax, and enjoy a cup of your favourite brew, then you needn’t look any further as Peach Green Tea is undoubtedly the choice for you.
Peach Green Tea is a new creation. Green Tea as a whole, on the other hand, is not. In fact, Green Tea was an accident, or so the legend goes. According to tales of old, tea was discovered by an ancient Chinese Emperor named Shennong who one day came to rest underneath a tree and fell asleep in the midday sun, a cup of boiling water by his side. When he awoke, he found that leaves from the tree above had fallen into his drink. Shennong, an avid herbalist, decided to try the infusion and to his surprise, it tasted great. The infusion was tea. No one knows if there is any truth to the tale but it certainly makes a wonderful story. One way or another, it opened the eyes to hundreds, then thousands, then millions of people.
The first written record of tea was published in the eighth century CE and was entitled “Ch’a Ching”, meaning “Tea Classic” or “The Classic of Tea”. It was written by Lu Yu, a Chinese Sage, during the Tang Dynasty. His words were read by millions, his references to the health benefits of tea inspired millions more. And that inspiration has given rise to more inspiration still. It brought about an age of tea blending, tea flavouring and overall, experimentation. Peach Green Tea is the product of such experiments, one, we hasten to add, of the best experiments so far. But you don’t have to just take our word for it. Try Peach Green Tea today.
Type of Tea: Loose Leaf Green Tea.
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: This beverage is best served as it is.
Tasting Notes: A steaming hot beverage for those cold winter nights or a cool refreshing Iced Tea for hot summer days - the choice is yours. Either way, however, Peach Green Tea is everything you’d expect from its namesake and perhaps even more. It is sweet; it is mouthwatering; it is an experience with every sip. Enjoy fruity flavours with grassy undertones, then embrace a satisfying aftertaste that lingers on the palate long after you’ve drained your cup.
Colour in Cup: Golden-green liquor, light in tone.
Health Benefits: Do you want more than a treat for your taste buds? Peach Green Tea is where you should begin. But how? According to the American Heart Association, optimal total cholesterol levels should be lower than 200 mg/dL, and “bad” cholesterol levels should not exceed 100 mg/DL. Higher levels than this increase your risk of heart disease and stroke, which are two of the world’s biggest causes of death.
It has been recently established that the polyphenols found in any Green Tea - including, of course, Peach Green Tea can help lower LDL cholesterol levels and boost high-density lipoprotein. Lipoprotein has the ability to sweep away bad cholesterol from vital arteries which, in turn, stops arteries from getting as clogged.
Health PointsAnti Oxidants
Time of DayLunchtime, Afternoon