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A complex tea with a clear tone of chocolate. A scent of raw cocoa beans and fruit with floral hints in the aftertaste. The tea is nice for breakfast, but also very nice with chocolate desserts.
The Qi Hong Gong Fu is a black tea from China, also called Keemun. It is grown on a plantation in the vicinity of the city of Qi Men (Keemun), in the province of Anhui. Here it is grown according to traditional methods and especially selected by Madame Tseng for De Eenhoorn.
A black tea is a fully fermented tea. The plant has brown-black leaves with some golden tips. Only the bud and first two leaves are picked. After harvesting, the leaves are laid to dry. Once the leaves are flexible enough, they are rolled by hand professionally, without breaking. That is why this tea is called Gongfu, which stands for skill. After the rolling, the tea must oxidize for several hours. Finally, the tea is fired in a hot air oven to prevent rotting.
Met deze waterkoker van Eva Solo kookt het water in een mum van tijd. Deze ketel is 100% lekvrij. Deze waterkoker heeft een prachtig design, die speciaal ontworpen is om de waterkoker rechtsreeks vanuit de keuken op de salontafel neer te zetten. Geen lelijke waterkoker op tafel maar een prachtige kan. Deze waterkoker kan 360° draaien, heeft geen lange snoeren en is geschikt voor 1,5 liter water. De waterkoker springt vanzelf uit zodra het water kookt en voorkomt droog koken. Bij aankoop van deze waterkoker krijg je een gratis doosje thee.
A green Japanese icetea. A box with 10 pyramid bags to create your own fresh iced tea.
A pleasant, slightly sweet, delicate tea, reminiscent of apricot with a floral fragrance. The tea has a long aftertaste and clears the mouth. Even if this tea is strong, the taste remains fine. The color of the tea remains light.
The China White Monkey is a white tea from China. This tea is produced at the Qingshan plantation in Fujian province. This province has a warm and temperate climate with a lot of rain, even in the driest month. The name China White Monkey derives from the fluffy, curled leaves which resemble the legs of the Chinese white monkey.
A white tea is an unfermented tea. As soon as the first buds start growing in early spring, they are immediately picked. Sunlight and temperature affect the character of the tea. For example, a late harvest can give a very different tea than an early harvest. After picking, the leaves are spread out to allow them to dry in the open air. This is called fading. After this process the leaves are steamed and ground. Finally, the leaves still have to dry.
A refreshing infusion of Verveine with lemon flavor and scents of citrus. Verveine is excellent to put in a tonic and surprisingly refreshing together with mint. This tea is a delicious cold and warm drink. You can drink this tea perfectly in the evening, because it has no effect on the night's rest. Verveine is also often used in desserts.
Verveine is not a real tea but an infusion of the herb Verveine. Real tea contains caffeine and tannin, but this one has not any. This herb comes from Chile and is also known as Verbena Citriodora. This plant grows in sheltered places with mild winters and start blooming late. Verveine has long narrow green leaves that are lancet shaped and white flowers. A drink similar to tea is made from these leaves. This tea is raising popularity.
This herb is widely used by experts for digestive complaints and certain health problems. It has a healthy effect at the body. This herb was also considered by the Romans and Druids as one of the most magical herbs, because this is a love herb. Verveine has been used since ancient times.
A high quality tea with fruity elements and a scent of sugarcane syrup and Jasmine. A sweet, soft tea with a fresh aftertaste.
The Xiu Qiu is a white tea from China. It is grown in the province of Fujian, according to traditional methods and selected by Madame Tseng. The name Xiu Qiu means embroidered ball, because the white leaves are rolled up like pearls. This is the best tea in Europe.
A white tea is an unfermented tea. Only the buds and first two leaves are picked. The Jasmine blossom is picked in the evening because of the strong scent. A kilo of Jasmine tea requires ten kilos of blossom.
To add the taste of Jasmine to the tea, the blossom is placed on top of the spreaded tea for 24 hours. It is has to be refreshed constantly. The old blossom is removed before the scent disappears. In this way, the tea leaves absorb the scent of the Jasmine blossom, which obtain the Jasmin flavor. A natural process to make Jasmin tea.
A mild tea with an aroma of fruit and flowers and a subtle taste of smoke. This tea is delicious at breakfast. It tastes good with spicy or salty meals and is also a good combination with a piece of cheese.
The Zheng Shan Xiao Zhong is a black smoked tea from China. It is grown in the province of Fujian according to traditional methods and especially selected by Madame Tseng. The tea is also known as Lapsang Souchong.
A black tea is completely fermented. The tea grows at high altitudes and is picked and manufactured completely by hand. The plant has black twisted leaves. The picked tea is dried above a fire of coniferous wood until the first moisture has been extracted (fading). After this process the leaves are rolled and put in barrels, which are covered with rags for the fermentation process. Then the leaves are cooked and rolled again. Finally, the tea will smoke in bamboo baskets above glowing embers of dried spruce wood. This will take a few hours and will be monitored carefully.
An infusion of Rooibos with a sweet, spicy and fruity taste with a hint of honey. Rooibos is a perfect, tasty drink for everyone, at any time of the day. Rooibos can also be drunk very well before bedtime, without any sleeping problems. This tea is a delicious cold and warm drink.
Rooibos is not a real tea but an infusion of the Rooibos plant. Real tea contains caffeine and tannin, but this one has not any. This plant grows in the vicinity of the Cedermountain in South Africa and is also known as Aspalathus Linearis. It is planted for the production of a drink that looks like tea. This "herbal tea" is very popular nowadays.
Rooibos has a positive effect on various health problems. It is a low plant with small twigs which looks like needles. These needle leaves are picked by hand, stamped and placed in the sun to oxidize. This creates the red color. The high quality of this Rooibos is characterized by the proportion of needles compared to the twigs. The more needles, the better quality.
A tea with a scent of flowers, vegetables, fruit and herbs. Hints of orchids and violins in combination with vegetable, fruity and spicy notes. You can even taste a hint of cardamom and fennel.
The Qi Lan is an oolong tea from China and is also called a blue-green tea. This tea is produced in the province of Guangdong. Here it is grown according to traditional methods and especially selected by Madame Tseng for De Eenhoorn.
An oolong is a half fermented tea. This plant has large rolled blue-green leaves. After picking, these leaves are spread out in the sun to dry for withering. The leaves are regularly shaken and rolled by hand, to break the edges. Oxidation or fermentation will take place at these spots. As soon as the edges of the leaves turn red, the leaves are cooked for 15 minutes in a pan on the fire. This ensures that the fermentation process stops and a beautiful oolong will exist.
A sweet tea with notes of honey and yellow fruit and a hint of liquorice in its aroma. This tea tastes great with chocolate, sweet dishes and beef broth. This tea is nice as iced tea.
The Dian Hong Mao Feng is a black tea from China. The tea grows at a high location in the Himalayan Mountains and is grown at a plantation in the province of Yunnan. Here it is grown according to traditional methods and especially selected by Madame Tseng for De Eenhoorn. The name of the tea means Black Hair Point from Yunnan.
A black tea is a fully fermented tea. The plant has black leaves with bright yellow tips. After harvesting these leaves, they are dried in the air. This is called fading or withering. As soon as the leaves are flexible enough to be processed, they are rolled by hand. The oxidation or fermentation process begins. After rolling, these leaves have to ferment for a few hours to get a good taste and color. To prevent rotting, the leaves are also baked in a hot air oven in the end.
Maak kennis met onze verschillende soorten Taiwanese oolong. Het proefpakket bestaat uit drie blikjes van 15 gram thee. De volgende half zitten in het proefpakket:
- Wen Shan Bao Zhong
Een frisse thee met bloemige en fruitige tonen. Een combinatie van de fruitige tonen van een oolong en de frisse tonen van een groene
- Beaute Academique
Een donkere, volle thee met een aroma van honing en geroosterd brood. Je proeft tonen van karamel en bruine suiker.
- Cui Yu
Een bloemige thee met een aroma van acacia en magnolia. Daarnaast hinten van een honing. Een subtiele en delicate oolong.
Een mooie theefilter, eenvoudig te gebruiken in een kopje thee. Door het gebruik van deze filters is de losse thee goed te zien in het kopje, maar zullen niet los in het kopje gaan drijven. De inhoud van het doosje bestaat uit 100 filters en 1 stick voor het kopje.
A complex, fresh, full tea with a scent of seaweed and fruit, such as papaya and watermelon. This tea tastes great with an oriental meal or a meal with fish.
The He Feng Fu Xi is a green tea from China. It is grown on a plantation in the province of Hubei. Here it is grown according to traditional methods and especially selected by Madame Tseng for De Eenhoorn. The tea looks a bit like a Japanese tea. The colour of the tea is dark green.
A green tea is an unfermented tea. For green tea, only the buds and upper leaves of the plant are used. This can be done several times in the season and is harvested completely manually and very carefully. Every pick is completely different. After picking and fading the leaves, they are steamed or cooked, so the green color will retain and the leaves will not oxidize or ferment. After this process, the leaves go through hot or cold rollers to break them. Finally, the leaves have to dry and get sorted.