Brew with fresh boiling water and infuse for 3 to 5 minutes
Discover the exceptional taste of Purple Tea, cultivated in the picturesque Kenyan highlands and hand-picked in the month of February. This remarkable tea thrives under the perfect combination of well-distributed rainfall and moderate temperatures, prompting tea bushes to produce fresh shoots every single day.
Experience the allure of Purple Tea - a groundbreaking innovation in the world of tea. Unveiled just a decade ago, this remarkable beverage has skyrocketed in popularity, captivating tea enthusiasts worldwide.
Indulge in its distinct flavour and harness its remarkable health benefits. For an unparalleled tea experience, seize the opportunity to savour Purple Tea leaves from the prestigious Ragati Estate in Kenya.
What is Purple Leaf Tea
Derived from the camellia Sinensis plant, is a remarkable type of tea. Packed with anthocyanins, potent antioxidants, it offers a multitude of health advantages such as reducing inflammation, boosting heart health, and improving brain function.
The remarkable blend of altitude, weather conditions, and ancient soils give rise to an extraordinary floral terroir. Moreover, this enchanting combination also yields tea leaves rich in antioxidants. With over 20% more antioxidants than green tea.
History of Ragati Tea Estate
Established in 1922 by British settlers, Ragati Tea Estate spans over 3,000 acres of picturesque Kenyan countryside. Nestled at an impressive altitude of 1,700 metres, the Purple Tea plants flourish in the estate's ideal climate and nutrient-rich soils. As a result, we are proud to present some of the world's most exquisite Purple Tea varieties.
This Tea Estate, now owned by Kenyan conglomerate Bidco, is renowned for its Purple Tea which is highly sought after globally. If fortunate enough to acquire this rare and exceptional tea, take the time to fully appreciate its unique attributes, as you are indulging in a beverage with a rich historical significance.
How to Brew Purple Tea
A Guide to Perfectly Enjoying its Delicate Flavour
To fully appreciate the delicate flavour of Purple Tea, it's important to brew it correctly. Follow these steps for a truly satisfying tea experience.
1. Start with water that is just off the boil, at a temperature between 85-95 degrees Celsius.
2. Use 1-2 grams or a teaspoon of tea for every cup of water.
3. Let the tea steep for 2-3 minutes, or adjust the time to achieve your desired strength.
4. Enjoy the pure taste of Purple Tea by drinking it without milk or sugar. This allows you to fully appreciate its unique flavour profile.
5. However, if you prefer to add milk or sugar, feel free to do so. Personalize your cup of Purple Tea to suit your taste.
6. For a refreshing summer drink, try Purple Tea iced. Enhance its flavour with a squeeze of lemon for a truly invigorating beverage.
Unlock the true potential of this tea with these brewing tips and enjoy a deliciously satisfying cup every time.
Tasting Notes: Delicate floral flavour with a hint of vegetative notes and a pleasantly astringent finish.
Caffeine Content: A standard 8-ounce cup of black tea contains an average of 47 mg of caffeine.
Discover the Incredible Benefits of Purple Tea
Experience the power of anthocyanins, potent antioxidants that can transform your health. Purple tea is a natural source of these incredible compounds, which have been linked to reduced inflammation, improved heart health, and enhanced brain function. Not only that, it is packed with vitamins C and E, essential for maintaining healthy skin.
Here's what Purple tea can do for you:
- Fight inflammation and protect against disease with its high anthocyanin content.
- Boost heart health by lowering cholesterol levels and fortifying against heart disease.
- Give your brain a boost and shield against cognitive decline.
- Enhance your skin health with a good dose of vitamins C and E.
- Experience the delight of a unique flavour that will make it a cherished addition to your tea selection.
Discover the powerful and delicious benefits of Purple tea today.
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