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Een houten theedoos. Tip laat de thee wel in een zakje zitten want anders neemt de thee de smaak van hout aan.
A sweet, fresh and sparkling tea with a small tone of Jasmine blossom. This tea is wonderful to drink with a light fruit dessert.
The Yin Zhen is a white tea from China. It is grown in the province of Fujian, according to traditional methods and especially selected by Madame Tseng. The name of this tea means silver needle.
A white tea is an unfermented tea. Only the buds are picked, for a pure and elegant tea. 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 tea with a fresh character, floral and fruity with hints of cooked vegetables. This tea has full floral, fruity notes from an oolong and fresh, green notes from a green tea.
The Wen Shan Bao Zhong is an oolong tea from Taiwan and is also called blue-green tea. This tea comes from an exclusive Taiwan tea garden in the Pinglin District. Here it is grown according to traditional methods and especially selected by Madame Tseng for De Eenhoorn. Wen Shan is the name of a high mountain in this area.
An oolong is a half fermented tea. This plant has large dark green leaves. After the harvest, the leaves are spread out in the sun to dry, so that they can wither. They are regularly shaken and rolled by hand, to break the edges. Oxidation will take place at these spots. As soon as the edges of the leaves turn red, the leaves are cooked for fifteen minutes in a pan on the fire, which stops the fermentation process and creates this beautiful oolong tea.
A sweet tea with hints of autumn leaves, wet humus and wood. This tea is popular among connoisseurs of single malts and cigars.
The Pu Er 1992 A is a black vintage tea from China. It is grown on a plantation in the province of Yunnan. Here it is grown according to traditional methods and especially selected by Madame Tseng for De Eenhoorn.
A vintage tea is a black tea that is fully fermented and has to mature for a long time. The Pu Er 1992 A is a variety with small gray-brown tea leaves that were picked in 1992. After the leaves have been picked, they have to dry in the air to extract the moisture. If they are flexible enough to be processed, they are rolled by hand to start the oxidation process. After this, the leaves must ferment for a few more hours. Then the leaves are baked in hot air ovens and stored for years in barrels of clay to ripen further, just like old wines. The older, the better. This Pu Er tea can continue to mature for at least 30 years.
A fruity, sweet tea with a scent of apple and citrus fruit. In the taste you can discover hints of brown sugar and honey. A good tea for a high tea.
The Mist Valley is a black tea from Nepal. It is grown on the Mist Valley plantation in the highlands of East Nepal, near the Darjeeling tea fields in India. The plantation is located in an area with an altitude of 1300 to 1750 meters. 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 red-brown leaves with silver tips. After harvesting the leaves they have to dry in the air to extract most moisture. If the leaves are flexible enough to be processed, they are rolled by hand to initiate the fermentation process. After rolling, the leaves have to remain for a few hours to ferment, where they are regularly shoveled. Finally, the leaves are baked in hot air ovens to prevent rotting.
A fresh sweet tea with a taste of walnuts and wood. In the fragrance you can also smell a hint of walnuts, straw and antique wood. This relatively young Pu Er has a kind of ripeness, which is so characteristic of vintage tea.
The Pu Er 1997 is a black vintage tea from China. It is grown on a plantation in the province of Yunnan. Here it is grown according to traditional methods and especially selected by Madame Tseng for De Eenhoorn.
A vintage tea is a black tea that is fully fermented and has to ripe for a long time. The leaves of this tea were picked in 1997. After picking, the leaves are dried in the air to extract most moisture. This is called withering. If the leaves are flexible enough to be processed, they are rolled by hand to start the oxidation process. The leaves have to ferment for a few hours and then are baked in convection ovens. In the end, the tea is stored in jars for a number of years to continue to mature.
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 sweet, spicy, earthy tea with a slight smoky taste. The tea provides a full mouth feel.
The Yunnan is a black tea from China. It is grown on the Dongzhai biologic tea plantation in the province of Yunnan. The variety of this tea is a hybrid of Sinensis and Assamica. Although the tea is hand-picked, the fermentation process takes place mechanically. For this tea a combination of a bud with two leaves is always picked.
A black tea is a fully fermented tea. After the harvest, these leaves are spread out to dry in the air to get rid of most moisture. Once the leaves are flexible enough, they are rolled by hand to release the enzymes for the fermentation process. This is important for a good color and taste of the tea. After this process, the leaves must ferment for several hours. The color of the buds will change into gold and orange during this process. Finally, the leaves are baked in hot air ovens to prevent rotting.
A tea with a unique character and striking aromas. A fragrance of apricot, fresh mango and grapefruit, completed with honey and floral elements.
The Mi Lan Xiang is an oolong tea from China and is also called blue-green tea. This tea is produced in the province of Guangdong. Here it is grown according to traditional methods in small quantities and especially selected by Madame Tseng. The name of the tea means orchid scent. This tea belongs to the family Dan Cong which means unique tree and is more than 900 years old. The Mi Lan Xiang is arised from the descendants of this plant.
An oolong is a half fermented tea. This plant has large rolled blue-green leaves. After picking, drying and withering the leaves, they are rolled by hand and shaken to break the edges for oxidation. When the leaves turn red, they are cooked in a pan for 15 minutes, this will stop the process of fermentation.
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.
An infusion of chamomile with a sweet and slightly bitter taste that stays in the mouth for a long time. You can drink this tea just before bedtime without any problems.
Chamomile is not a real tea but an infusion of the flowers of the herb Chamomile. Real tea contains caffeine and tannin, but this one hasn’t any. Although most Chamomile comes from Egypt, this herb is picked in Austria. She is also known under the name Matricaria Chamomilla. This herb is also found in the wild in Western Europe, but it is often grown to make tea.
Chamomile is a wonder drug that has been used since ancient times. She offers many health benefits. It has an analgesic, soothing and stress-relieving effect and helps against all sorts of disorders. The flowers are picked from June to September when the flowers are completely open and the hearts are pretty yellow. This happens first thing in the morning, after the dew is gone. The flowers are placed in a dry place to dry for a few weeks.
Een thee die na 12-18 jaar rijpen op zijn best is, hij wordt dan zacht, vol en krachtig met geuren van humus en bos. Hoewel ze nu al kan worden gedronken, toont de thee pas haar ware potentie na jaren bewaren. In de eerste jaren zal de thee een wat vlakkere smaak hebben.
De Pu Er Cake 2013 is een zwarte geperste vintage thee uit China. Hij wordt verbouwd op een plantage in het Chuang Cheng District, volgens traditionele wijze en speciaal door Madame Tseng geselecteerd. De thee groeit aan oude bomen van meer dan 100 jaar oud.
Een vintage thee is een zwarte, volledig gefermenteerde thee. De blaadjes zijn geplukt in 2013. De thee wordt vervaardigd in een kleine fabriek in Yunnan, volgens de Sheng Cha methode. Na het plukken worden de blaadjes gedroogd tot ze slap genoeg zijn om te bewerken. Ze worden met de hand gerold om het oxidatieproces te starten. Dan moeten de blaadjes nog een paar uur fermenteren. Tot slot worden ze gevuurd in heteluchtovens en opgeslagen in kruiken om te rijpen. De thee wordt in blokken geperst met een uniek nummer.
Dit is een theefilter van roestvrijstaal materiaal en wordt geleverd met deksel. Het filter is geschikt voor de glazen theepotten van 0,5 liter, 1,2 liter en 2 liter. Door de fijne zeef is hij zeer geschikt voor thee met hele kleine blaadjes. Behalve voor losse thee is deze zeef ook te gebruiken voor andere kruiden en specerijen. Deze filter is vaatwasserbestendig.