Brew with fresh boiling water and infuse for 3 to 5 minutes
This Black Tea, the winner of many Great Taste Awards, is an excellent choice for an everyday brew. The blend makes for a notably 'hearty' cuppa, which we pack fresh to order to ensure its exceptional taste. When consumed as part of a healthy and active lifestyle, Sussex Tea Loose Tea can also reduce the risk of developing type-2 diabetes. It can even, according to studies, improve cardiovascular health, enhance cognitive function and boost the metabolism of fat cells.
Black Tea Facts
- Did you know that, when it comes to processing the leaf, Black Tea is the most oxidised?
- Did you know that Black Tea has only existed for a few hundred years?
- Did you know that the first Black Tea was Lapsang Souchong?
- Did you know that Sussex Tea, in particular, is one of our most popular brews?
Why Should I Drink Sussex Tea?
Many choose Sussex Tea because it complements the taste of the water found in the county of Sussex (hence the name!). Many more, however, choose it because it tastes great.
Its distinct malty flavours entice the palate with every sip. Indeed, this is one of the main reasons that it continues to increase in popularity at a rapid rate! Why not discover its potential today with our Sussex Tea Loose Tea? We guarantee you won't be disappointed!
Type of Tea: Black Tea.
Brewing Instructions: Brew using freshly boiled water. Infuse for 3 to 5 minutes.
How to Serve: Milk, sugar, honey or lemon - the choice is yours. Alternatively, serve black.
Tasting Notes: Refined malty notes with every sip.
Colour in Cup: Coppery liquor, dark in tone.
Benefits Sussex Tea Loose Tea
This will put a smile on your face - Sussex Tea can improve oral health! Research funded by the Tea Trade Health Research Association has suggested that one of the Black Tea Benefits is reduction of plaque formation as well as restrict bacterial growth. And they are not the only ones to say so, either.
A collaborative study conducted in conjunction with the College of Dentistry at the University of Iowa and the Institute of Odontology at Göteborg University in Sweden has supported this idea - with evidence.
It found that the polyphenolic compounds present in it that can kill or suppress cavity-causing bacteria from either growing or producing acid. The Tea also affected the bacterial enzymes and prevented the formation of the sticky-like material that binds plaque to teeth.