Ruby Black Tea, an extraordinary tea born in Taiwan.
Created in Taiwan by cross-breeding a native wild Taiwan tea with Assam cultivar from Myanmar (Burma). Taiwan Tea Research and Extension Station (TRES) developed this new tea cultivar, known as number 18. While development took many years, number 18 is a relatively young cultivar. TRES started to propose number 18 to Taiwan tea farmers around 1999. Because of its unique profile and high-quality its popularity rises in Taiwan and abroad.
Health&Tea Ruby Black Tea grows using natural farming methods. The tea farm is certified organic. The fresh tea leaves are processed into a striped-shaped leaf. The tea master uses a natural fermentation method with tea leaves about 80% fermented. As a result, the tea end-up with a reddish-brown color, ample body, and enchanting aromas. The tea powerful taste includes tropical fruit, cinnamon flavor with a hint of mint.
Steep it for 2 or 3 minutes using just below boiling temperature water. While the tea brews enjoy the wonderful aromas released by the leaves. This tea can easily be re-brewed 2 or 3 times.
When brewing with an infuser make sure the infuser is large enough so the leaves open completely and free their full flavors in your cup. Check our patented EZ Tea Infuser, developed to be convenient and to maximize the flavors of loose-leaf teas, especially for large leaf teas.
About Black Tea
“Black tea is made from the leaves of the Camellia sinensis plant, the same plant that’s used to make green tea. However, the leaves are dried and fermented, giving black tea a darker color and richer flavor. // When you do pour yourself a cup of black tea, you benefit from flavonoids that combat inflammation and support healthy immune function.” Penn Medicine—The Hidden Health Benefits of Tea
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Caffeine Level: Medium
HOW TO PREPARE
|Tea Amount||Water||Temperature||Steeping Time|
|≈ 2 to 3 tsp||8 FL OZ||205°F||2 to 3 minutes|
You can re-brew the same leaves 2 or 3 times. If you re-brew, then increase brewing time.
Put loose-leaf tea in a pitcher with cold water and infuse in refrigerator overnight for at least eight hours.