Brew with fresh boiling water and infuse for 3 to 5 minutes
Experience that holiday feeling when you brew a cup of Pina Colada Tea. This is a Flavoured Black Tea with a tropical and exotic twist. It includes Pineapple Pieces, Coconut Pieces, Blackberry Leaves, Safflower Petals and All-Natural Flavouring to create flavours reminiscent of everyone’s favourite cocktail.
We pack it fresh to order to ensure its utmost quality and consistency.
Pina Colada Tea Ingredients
The base component of Pina Colada Black Tea comes from Sri Lanka (formerly Ceylon). Specifically, workers harvest the leaves in the regions of Nuwara Eliya, Dimbula and Uva. Renowned for its bold characteristics when brewed, Ceylon Tea is the perfect accompaniment to the blend.
Meanwhile, the fruit pieces included match the full-bodied nature of the main ingredient for a true palate pleaser.
Then there are the Blackberry leaves, which derive from the perennial plant of the same name. Also known as bramble, it is a member of the Rubus genus of the Rosaceae family.
The ancient Greeks and Romans once used standalone Blackberry Leaf Tea to treat digestive complaints, sore throats and gout. Now, when added to our Pina Colada Black Tea, it will help you relax and unwind beside the pool.
How to Make Pina Colada Black Tea
1. Purchase a Tea Filter or Infuser (both available here).
2. Place about five grams of Loose Tea into the item.
3. With the accessory in a cup, pour in hot water at 100°C.
4. Allow it to steep for 3-5 minutes.
How to Serve: Best served without additions.
Tasting Notes: Imparts a velvety smooth texture with creamy overtones and fruity undertones.
Calories and Nutrition Facts
Invented in 1954 by bartender Ramon Marrero in Puerto Rico, most people will know that a Pina Colada cocktail isn’t the healthiest of choices. However, our Flavoured Black Tea blend is different. Not only is it 100% alcohol-free, but it likewise has a minimal amount of calories.
More impressive still is that it boasts an abundance of vitamins, minerals and other antioxidants capable of providing health benefits.
Is Pina Colada Tea Good for You?
According to a 2015 meta-analysis published in the Journal of Clinical Nutrition, Black Tea reduces “bad” LDL cholesterol. Furthermore, according to a 2021 study, its frequent consumption decreases the chances of a stroke.
There is also preliminary research indicating that it might enhance cognitive function, improve digestion, boost immunity, treat inflammation, and maintain the skin’s vitality.