A tea with an aroma of yellow flowers, like honeysuckle, mimosa and lily. The tea tastes like fruit, honey, vanilla and roasted grains. It tastes good with sweet old cheese and spicy food, like a curry.
The Si Ji Chun is an oolong tea from Taiwan and is also called a blue-green tea. This tea comes from an exclusive tea garden in the high mountains of Taiwan. Here it is grown according to traditional methods and especially selected by Madame Tseng for De Eenhoorn. The name of the tea means four seasons, because it can be produced in every season with the same quality.
An oolong is a half fermented tea. This tea has an oxidation of 35%. The plant has bright green leaves. After harvest, the leaves are spread out in the sun to 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 turn red, they are cooked in a pan on the fire for 15 minutes to stop the fermentation.
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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.
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.
A green tea with an authentic scent of roasted chestnuts and a taste of steamed vegetables, such as broccoli, beans and artichokes. A sweet and pure green tea.
The Xihu Long Jing is a green tea from China. This tea is grown in the province of Zhejiang in a quality garden. Here it is grown according to traditional methods and especially selected by Madame Tseng for De Eenhoorn. This is the national tea of China. The name refers to Long Jing, which means "the good of the dragon".
A green tea is an unfermented tea. Only the buds and upper leaves are picked from this tea. These can be picked several times per season, although each picking is different. After picking and fading the leaves, they are immediately cooked or steamed to prevent the oxidation or fermentation process. This preserves the green color of the leaves. Then the leaves are broken into large hot or cold rollers to grind them and spread out to dry. Finally, the leaves get sorted.
Een klein glazen theepotje met een inhoud van 500 ml. Het meegeleverde glazen filter geeft alle ruimte aan de thee en is uitneembaar. Het meegeleverde deksel is voorzien van het Eenhoornlogo.
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.
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 fresh green tea with a taste of fine herbs and a touch of young vegetables and seaweed. It also contains a little hint of citrus fruit. The tea is delicious with every meal, but tastes particularly good with fish dishes.
The Mao Feng is a green tea from China. The color of the tea is a bright green color. It is harvested in the early spring on the Qingshan plantation in Hunan province. Here they are produced according to traditional methods and handmade. Hunan is located in the south of China.
A green tea is an unfermented tea. Only the buds and first two leaves are picked, this can be done several times per season, but each picking is different. After picking and fading the leaves, they are immediately steamed or cooked to prevent oxidation and to preserve the green color of the leaves. After this process, the leaves go through large rollers to break them. After this the leaves have to be dried and sorted out.
Maak kennis met onze verschillende soorten zwarte Chinese thee. Het proefpakket bestaat uit drie blikjes van 15 gram thee. De volgende half zitten in het proefpakket:
- Dian Hong Mao Feng
Een zoete thee met tonen van honing, geel fruit en zoethout. Geschikt om ijsthee van te maken.
- Su Hong
Een elegante thee met tonen van fruit, zoethout en chocolade. Een aroma van cacaopoeder.
- Qi Hong Gong Fu
Een zwarte thee met tonen van chocolade en fruit. In het aroma hinten van rook.
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.
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.
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.
This tea tastes the best after 12-18 years, it becomes soft, full and powerful with scents of humus and forest. Although you can drink her already at this age, the tea will show its true potential after years of storage. In the first years the tea will have a slightly flat taste.
The Pu Er Blok 2008 is a black pressed vintage tea from China. It is grown on a plantation in the Chuang Cheng District, according to traditional methods and especially selected by Madame Tseng. The tea grows on old trees that are more than 100 years old.
A vintage tea is a black, fully fermented tea. The leaves were picked in 2008. The tea is made in a small factory in Yunnan, according to the Sheng Cha method. After picking, the leaves are dried until they are flexible enough to be processed. They are rolled by hand to start the oxidation process. The leaves must ferment for a few more hours. Finally, they are baked in convection ovens and stored in jars for maturing. The tea is pressed into blocks with a unique number.