loose leaf tea

  • Country Origin: Germany
IMAGE 1- Organic black tea - Earl Grey A first class quality organic Ceylon tea laced with bergamot. High-quality raw materials that harmonize perfectly. Essential oils and perfect blending are the exclusive standard for each and every cup, not to mention it is rich in vitamins and minerals. Ingredients: Organic Earl Grey black tea, Bergamot Preparation: about 2 g per cup 100° C 3-5 min / IMAGE 2- Organic black tea - English Breakfast A superior organic Ceylon black tea rich in vitamins and minerals. It strengthens the body‘s defenses, jump starts the circulatory system and lifts one’s spirits. These characteristics make this tea well suited for drinking in the morning or during the day. Ingredients: Organic black tea Preparation: about 2 g per cup 100° C 3-5 min / IMAGE 3- Japanese green tea - Flowery Sencha A tea master’s choice! This great sencha comes from a small tea garden in the Shizuoka prefecture. Ichiban Cha which literally means “new tea”, is picked by hand in early spring when cherry trees are in full bloom. Whether as a detox, refreshment or taste buds tickling pick-me-up, this green delicacy, rich in antioxidants, is sure to be your favourite green tea sooner or later. If a man has no tea in him, he is incapable of understanding truth and beauty. (Japanese proverb) Ingredients: Sencha green tea Preparation: about 1,5 g per cup 80° C 2-3 min / IMAGE 4- White Tea - Silver Tips First flush of a maiden most fair! To produce this rare virgin tea, only the tender, silvery unopened buds of the tea plant are hand-picked during the hours of dawn on mist cloaked mountain sides. How does this influence the flavour and aroma? Connoisseurs rave about its rareness, purity and its subtle taste that results in one of the best gifts of nature. Preparation: about 1 g per cup 70° C 1-2 min / IMAGE 5- Japanese infusion - Wild Cherry Leaf Experience the rare taste of Japan's spring winds with this all-natural, caffeine-free, hot beverage. Enjoy the unique aroma of cherry leaves from a small wild cherry garden in the Shizuoka prefecture. Preparation: about 1 g per cup 100° C 1-2 min / IMAGE 6- Organic herbal infusion - Calming Chamomile Product information "Organic herbal infusion - Calming Chamomile" Chamomile has been well known for centuries and is an integral part of many natural healing treatments. Tea infusions out of chamomile flowers are popular all over the world, served with their distinctive aroma and golden-yellow tone. Preparation: about 1,5 g per cup 100° C 5-8 min / IMAGE 7- Organic fruit infusion - Revitalizing Fruits This extraordinarily refreshing beverage is a blend of goji berries and hibiscus. With the help of a special recipe, it is put together in Germany by experts who use fresh, organic ingredients. A delicious beverage which can be appreciated either cold or hot throughout the day. It is full of vitamins, sugar free and has no caffeine. It’s the gentle sour taste of the hibiscus that makes it wonderfully refreshing. Next to water, this is a fantastic drink to keep hydrated all day long. / IMAGE 8- Organic herbal infusion - Wellness Herbs This special herbal composition, with a scent of orange and honey, can be enjoyed on a daily basis. Aligned with ayurvedic philosophies of keeping balance between body, mind, spirit, and social well being, it could help to reduce your stress level and calm you down. Ingredients: Spearmint, rooibos, eucalyptus, fennel, wild orange leaves, flavour (orange-honey) Caffeine-free Preparation: about 2 g per cup Ingredients: Hibiscus, goji berry flavour, sweet blackberry leaves, red beet, elderberries, goji juice concentrate Preparation: about 2 g per cup 100° C 5-8 min / IMAGE 9- Matcha First Class Pure flesh of the leaf! Our Japanese green gold ceremony matcha is the best money can buy. It is an absolute labour of love. To make it, every vein is painstakingly removed from the tea leaves, which are then stone ground into a micro-fine powder. When whisked into silky smooth creamy treat, it is called koicha. Delicately smooth and velvety, with a nuance of umami taste, its character and health benefits are legendary. Its catechins and polyphenols are efficient scavengers of reactive oxygen species, and they may also function indirectly as antioxidants (through their effects on transcription factors and enzyme activities). / IMAGE 10- Kukicha for roaster White Bag Kukicha is a Japanese blend made of stems, stalks and twigs. It is available as a green tea or in a more oxidised product. Kukicha has a unique flavour and aroma among teas, due to it being composed of parts of the tea plant that are excluded from most other teas. Regular Kukicha material comes from production of Sencha or Matcha. Kukicha has a mildly nutty and slightly creamy sweet flavour. It is made of four sorts of stems, stalks and twigs of Camellia sinensis. For best results, Kukicha is steeped in water between 70 °C (158 °F) to 80 °C (176 °F). Green varieties are best steeped for less than one minute (oversteeping or steeping too hot, as with all green teas, will result in a bitter, unsavoury brew). It is common to steep Kukicha for three or four infusions. Kukicha is unique in that it is naturally very low in caffeine without any industrial decaffeination. Ingredients: Japanese Green Tea / IMAGE 11- Bistrotea® Matcha The forgotten samurai. Though Samurai women undertook martial arts training, they rarely fought in battle. The Queen of Bistrotea was created to pay homage to these brave women. It was perfected in Ujitawara by Masahiro Takada; the Master of Japanese tea. The traditional Japanese tea ceremony is more than just drinking tea; it is a spiritual experience that embodies harmony, respect, purity and tranquility. Packaging Units: The T-Tube has 12 individually dressed Tpods (sticks). Bistrotea isn't for those with an aversion to brands or lifestyle, but for happy people who love to gift others the good things in life!