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Dark and rich colour – along with deep, robust flavours – make up the primary characteristics of this type of tea. Black tea is derived from fully oxidised tea leaves that are then dried in order to prevent further changes to its properties, resulting in an incredibly strong-bodied profile.
Traditional white tea leaves go through minimal processing, so they retain their natural appearance and colour. This imparts a fresh and delicate taste with a wonderfully refreshing aroma that a lot of tea drinkers find enjoyable.
The signature vibrant colour is more than enough to advertise green tea for what it is – a light-bodied beverage that boasts a myriad of health benefits from a potent antioxidant property that improves brain function. While matcha and green tea have similar characteristics, the process of making matcha involves whisking tea powder made from ground tea leaves while green tea is made by infusing tea leaves in water.
Sir Thomas Lipton Green Tea Jasmine is perfect after-meal accompaniments. They possess a refreshing flavour that makes for the perfect palate cleanser and they’re a proven benefit to aid digestion.
Infusions are actually made from anything but tea leaves. In fact, they’re often made using different types of herbs, fruits, and flowers which give it a more complex flavour. Floral teas are often enjoyed due to their naturally fragrant body that relaxes the senses, while herbal teas boast a plethora of properties – from soothing digestion to acting as an insomnia-aid.
Sir Thomas Lipton Peppermint Infusion and Sir Thomas Lipton Chamomile Infusion offer the benefits from their natural ingredients – an ideal choice in times of relaxation that will surely please all taste buds.