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Adria tea – From one friend to another friend tea€10.00 (75.35 kn) inc. VAT
Adria-tea is a very pleasant tea, full of flavor with a refreshing note. Ideal during autumn and winter seasons – helps you fight against flu and cold. In the summertime ideal as a refreshing everyday beverage.
Adria-tea€8.00 (60.28 kn) inc. VAT
Adria-tea is a delightful tea, full of flavor with a refreshing note. Ideal during autumn and winter seasons – helps you fight against flu and cold. In the summer time ideal as a refreshing everyday beverage.
This is a premium herbal blend made of rose hip, Croatan I class premium chamomile, nettle, lemon balm, flowers of elder, linden, blackberry, and marigold. “Adria-tea” is characterized by smell and taste of herbs that reminds you of freshly dried herbs that you have once picked by yourself. When you open this tea, you will be surprised of the freshness of the herbs that are in this tea.
The color of the Adria- tea varies from golden to the reddish color, and this tea is designed for all ages to drink and enjoy it.
It will be your new best herbal tea for family and friends.
Caffeine and tannin free. Our best herbal tea blends.
This delicious packing of Adria-tea is 100g/3,38 Oz
PLEASE NOTE: It is also called “Podravski caj”
Black tea – PU ERH LEAVES€9.00 (67.81 kn) inc. VAT
“Pu-erh” tea leaves is a very strong and earthy taste and dark cup, “post-fermented”.
Put the kettle on the stove (or plug in the electric kettle) and bring the water to boil. When the water comes to a rolling boil, add one tablespoon (big spoon – tbsp. 12g ) of Pu-erh tea. Steep for at least 4-5 minutes. Then, pour the hot tea through the strainer into a cup. Sweeten to taste.
Black tea – PU ERH MINI TOU CHA€11.00 (82.88 kn) inc. VAT
Pu-erh or Pu’er is a variety of fermented and aged dark tea produced in Yunnan province, China. Fermentation in the context of tea production involves microbial fermentation and oxidation of the tea leaves after they have been dried and rolled.
After fermentation, this tea is pressed to a bird-nest sha- pe. Following the traditional Chinese tea ceremony the Pu Erh is “washed” first and subsequently brewed for 1 to 2 minutes.
We recommend to use 2 to 3 nests per one liter water.