Golden-orange orbs of dried, sliced fruit with a contrasting edge of off-white pith, surrounded by a deeper orange slightly withered skin.
How does it taste?
Tangy, sweet orange is a taste well known, and when steeped to make a tea – it is extra delicious. The liquor is a deep golden-orange shade and the aroma speaks of citrus orchards and a hint of spice. Sip and enjoy the lingering mellow full-bodied taste when served hot, or the refreshing perk you get when served cold at a Summer picnic in the country.
Oranges are exceptionally high in Vitamin C, which helps to protect the body against flu, colds and coughs, by boosting the immune system. They contains pectins which lower cholesterol and also provide anti-inflammatory agents.
WATER: 250ml | TEMPERATURE: 90ºC | TEA: 1 – 2 pieces
Place 2 teaspoons of tea into your cup. Add water into your cup until leaves are fully submerged. Swirl your cup for 5 seconds and discard water. This is called the rinsing process. Add 250ml hot water and allow the tea to steep for 3 to 5 minutes. Add raw honey to taste. Gradually increase steeping time and temperature for subsequent brewing.
For iced tea, double the amount of tea and allow to steep for at least 5 minutes. Add ice and serve. Long brewing periods will render a bolder flavour. Re-steep 2 more times.