Ceylon Black tea
- The Camellia sinensis plant, which is a kind of tiny tree or evergreen shrub in the Theaceae family and whose leaves and leaf buds are used to make "Tea," produces black tea. Compared to other teas like green, oolong, or white tea, which are significantly less oxidized, black tea has undergone full oxidation. The most popular and extensively eaten type of tea worldwide is black tea.
- The king of fruits has arrived and has brought a fantastic cup of tea. A delicious combination of sweet and savory mango fruit is mango(Mangifera indica) tea. The steeped cup emits a mango aroma, while the tea itself is silky, sweet, and smooth, reminding one of tropical winds on barren islands. This tea has a similar effect to sipping fall sunshine. Tea infused with mango flavor and dried mango cubes that swell in the hot water to form mango pulp “jewels.”
- This product is made entirely of natural ingredients and has been cultivated and processed according to the Good Agricultural Practices (GAP) and standard regulatory requirements.