Consists of lemon peel, chamomile, natural lemon flavoring, lemon oil.
Consists of sencha, pineapple, papaya, cactus flower, spirulina, white cornflower, lychee.
Consists of green tea, orange peel, Matcha, cornflower petals, roses and sunflowers, strawberry flavoring, cream and bergamot, vanilla bits.
Consists of black and green tea with jasmine flowers, rose petals, sunflower and safflower flowers with exotic fruit flavoring.
Consists of black tea, apple, candied mango, aromas, petals of safflower, sunflower and calendula, grains of amaranth, citric acid.
Consists of black tea, cinnamon stick, natural flavorings.
Consists of black tea, apple, rosehip seeds and peel, beetroot, blackberry leaves, strawberry, blueberry, raspberry, elderberry.
Consists of black tea with cocoa and chocolate, orange zest, and salt flower.
Tea is slowly becoming a new trend. There are opportunities for tea enthusiasts with a spirit to venture out to start their tea career in a tea shop, café or internet website.
We also give consultation for those who wants to enter or already are in tea field to create new flavors or improving their current ones.
Our service will consult you on how to set up a tea menu correctly and will give advice for its design.
Hello, dear tea enthusiasts! Here I will talk about different kinds of teas so you won't get confused when choosing certain types for your purposes. You are free to contact us for any consultation whether it is for your job or your own goals. We provide reliable information and answer all your questions!
Tea is the second most popular drink in the world after water. All tea comes from the Camellia sinensis species of plant. And while ingredients like mint, chamomile and rooibos are often grouped under the ‘tea’ section of a menu, the plants bear no relation to Camellia sinensis, thusly they're not true teas.Read more
All tea comes from the leaves of the Camellia sinensis plant. The styles of tea are produced by altering the shape and chemistry of the leaf, unromantically called 'processing' or 'manufacture.' This lesson will look at simple tea production.Read more
Also known as Jade Dew to those in the trade, gyokuro is a type of shaded green tea. (This means the gyokuro tea bushes are covered with a cloth or screen, shielding it from the hot sun for the three weeks it has to grow.)Read more