Organic Oolong Tea
Enriched by the creamy texture of raisins, Organic Oolong Tea reminds us of bright summertime. The body of this tea is medium, the mouthfeel is rich. Notes of yellow resins are prominent from the beginning of the first sip. The liquor is amber and syrupy. Flavours of berries hum in the middle with delicate bittersweetness making the cup compelling. With sublime malty notes with fragrant raisins and berries, renders a distinct character. The finish of this Oolong Tea is gradual and finely balanced. With unique flavours and distinct aroma, this tea offers a warm cup to rejuvenate us reminding the sunny days of summer.
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Brew a cup of Oolong Tea
Take 220 ml of fresh water (for one cup), heat it to boiling temperature & briefly cool. Pour one spoon of Organic Oolong Tea into an infuser or a cup and add hot water. Wait for 3-4 minutes for the Tea to be ready. Now serve the Tea hot or warm at body temperature.
While Tea making, Please be mindful of few things as mentioned below.
Firstly, more Tea will give you a stronger cup. Second, more infusion time can provide a more robust cup, and at times a bitter cup. Third, Try to use Oxygen-rich freshwater for Tea making and do not reuse the same hot water again and again. The best water to make Tea is Springwater. Fourth, Porcelain Tea wares or Thermo Glass Infusers are the best for Tea preparation. These utensils have the most negligible porosity, so they don’t absorb odours. It means they do not interfere with Tea taste and flavours while preparing & during serving and is suitable for High Ordered Tea Like Organic Oolong Tea.
Tea is personal
We want to let Tea be in that way. There is no hard & fast rule for Tea making. It is always how one person likes to have it. We want to let Tea be in that way. The best Tea is the Tea which is the most refreshing, restoring, leaving a memorable taste & good time to the drinker. Tea selection, preparation and taste are a matter of personal choice. Now you can set these parameters to suit your taste, brew a cup of Organic Oolong Tea, and enjoy it.
Oolong Tea and Gut Health
In addition, numerous studies also pointed that taking a cup of Warm Tea can help indigestion. Serotonin, also known as “Happy Hormones” stays in the stomach. Oolong Tea Helps in managing Irritable Bowel Syndrome(IBS) through modulation of serotonin levels. This way, Tea is good for our overall gut health. More Studies and research linked to Organic Oolong Tea and associated health benefits continuing globally, bringing inspiring results.
Oolong Tea & Modern Science
Tea, next to water is the beverage humans consume the most. Tea quickly refreshes Our bodies & mind. Moreover, it also enhances alertness and focus. Drinking tea has been considered a health-promoting habit since ancient times. Tea leaves have been used for medicinal purposes for more than a thousand years. Modern medicinal research is providing a scientific basis for this belief. The evidence supporting the health benefits of tea drinking grows stronger with each new study that is published in the scientific literature.
Oolong Tea & Wellness
There is clinical evidence that Oolong Tea can prevent many debilitating human diseases. Various studies suggest that polyphenolic compounds present in Oolong Tea are associated with beneficial effects in the prevention of cardiovascular diseases. Laboratory Research shows that Oolong Tea can help in the maintenance of cardiovascular and metabolic health.
Traditional wisdom says the inclusion of Organic Oolong teas in our diets can slow down the ageing process. Modern science has done a lot of research on traditional claims and has come out with inspiring results. There are reports that Oolong tea could decrease body fat content and reduce body weight through improving lipid metabolism.
In summary, we can safely say that consumption of oolong tea may prevent obesity and the antioxidants present in it promotes cellular health, thus has the potential in keeping us young and healthy.
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