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|€34.00 * / 1 kg|
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- Order number: 400010
- best before: 22.02.3000
- EAN: 8718347141493
- Manufacturer product ID: 63636
- advice: Storage note: (<25°)
Darjeeling Black Organic Tea, 35g tin
Originally, the tea plant Camelia Sinens was only cultivated in China, but later it has been cultivated for centuries in Darjeeling, India. The favourable climatic conditions led to this fantastic classic Indian black tea. This Darjeeling tea has earthy notes and a hint of sweet grapes. Darjeeling tea is often called "Champagne of Teas". It tastes more like a pleasant wine with a natural earthy aroma. The royal taste of this tea makes you drink another sip until you empty your cup. Use 2 grams (1 teaspoon) for a 300 ml cup and 4-5 grams (2 teaspoons) for a 600 ml pot. Add water at 95 degrees Celsius and leave to stand for 3-4 minutes.
- Black tea*. * from organic farming.
- This Darjeeling tea has earthy notes and a hint of sweet grapes.
- Darjeeling tea is often called "Champagne of Teas
- It tastes more like a pleasant wine with a natural earthy aroma.
- The royal taste of this tea makes you drink another sip until you empty your cup.
- Yeh Tea Flavour Intensity scale: 7
- 0-1: Herbal and caffeine-free
- 2-4: Simple drink
- 5-6: Tea lovers and gourmets
- 7-8: Step to a professional
- 9-10: Tea Masters
Country of Origin: China
Note: the best-before date printed on the label has expired.
We therefore sell this tea at a particularly low sales price. Information on minimum shelf life dates for tea can be found here:
https://www.haltbarkeit.org/tee-aufbewahrung-haltbarkeitDie Basic thesis: Tea does not become bad if it is stored in a dry place and protected from light, e.g. in a can. Tea becomes milder in taste, so it may be necessary to use a larger amount for a strong taste. If it got wet, it has to be disposed of.
- On 19 May 2014, the EU agriculture ministers voted on a draft from Sweden and the Netherlands that from now on there should be no expiry dates for tea, noodles, salt and rice. This draft was supported by Germany, Denmark, Austria and Luxembourg.
"People throw clean food away because they don't know exactly what the best before date on the package means," said Dutch Agriculture Minister Sharon Dijksma. "For very durable goods such as noodles and rice, it would be better to do without the date altogether than to print a completely meaningless date on the package. “
|product group:||Black tea|
|Filling quantity (weight):||35g|
|Shipping weight:||0,1 kg|
|Products with organic ingredients:||Yes|
* from organic farming.