Brew with fresh boiling water and infuse for 3 to 5 minutes
Winter Tea is a type of Flavoured Black Tea. It is a wholesome, nostalgia-evoking infusion, one that will, undoubtedly, warm you up when the cold weather arrives.
Be sure to buy it and try it here at The Kent and Sussex Tea and Coffee Company. We take pride in packing it fresh to order - the same as our 1,000 other types of Tea - ensuring quality and consistency with every cuppa brewed.
Winter Tea Ingredients
The base of Winter Tea is Chinese Tea, which we scent with natural Cinnamon, Almond and Walnut oils. We then blend it with Orange Peel, Clove Pieces, Almond Pieces, Hibiscus Flower Tea, Cornflowers and Sunflowers to create a match made in heaven.
Expect an invigoratingly spicy note upon the first sip, followed by fruity undertones and tart, floral nuances.
Does Winter Tea Have Caffeine?
The fact that it has Black Tea means that it does, indeed, contain caffeine. This stimulating chemical compound, when consumed, provides an often much-needed energy boost.
The next question is, “How much Caffine in Tea?” An average serving will have approximately 45-mg, which is more than enough to get you out of bed in the morning. Why not discover its full potential and make a cuppa today?
How to Make Winter Tea
1, Put Loose Leaf Tea into a Tea Infuser or Filter.
2, Place the Tea-filled accessory in a mug or cup.
3, Pour freshly boiled water at 100°C over the leaves.
4, Allow it to steep for 3-5 minutes.
How to Serve: Consider honey or lemon. Alternatively, serve without accompaniments.
Tasting Notes: Expect a spicy note followed by fruity undertones and tart, floral nuances.
Contains Allergen: Nuts - Almonds, Walnuts.
Benefits of Winter Tea
Brewing warm Winter Tea for its indulgent flavour is but the beginning. Have it frequently enough, and you might find that it provides health benefits. This is because of its vitamins, minerals and other antioxidants, which exist in large quantities within the Tea.
These chemical compounds combined do much to improve life in small yet significant ways. The evidence speaks volumes.
A Swedish-US collaborative study, for instance, discovered that it maintained oral health. Meanwhile, according to a study conducted by the University of Singapore, it enhances cognitive function, thereby reducing Dementia and Alzheimer’s Disease risks.
Others have noted that topical application could stimulate hair growth. And we’re just getting started.
According to research published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, it likewise promotes immunity. Those with high cholesterol, too, will find it helpful and supportive.
Then there is the fact that it boosts the metabolism of fat cells. This enables the body to burn fat quicker and more efficiently, leading to periods of exercise producing better, more noticeable results.