Lavish Blue Tea – Herbs & Kettles
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Lavish Blue Tea - Herbs & Kettles
Lavish Blue Tea
Lavish Blue Tea - Herbs & Kettles
Lavish Blue Tea - Herbs & Kettles
Lavish Blue Tea - Herbs & Kettles
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Lavish Blue Tea

Beautiful blend with butterfly blue pea flowers, green tea, lemongrass, ginger and mint.
1.06 oz (30 g) Box
$14.00
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This is definitely one of our most popular blends and the reason is rather simple- not only does it look beautiful, it tastes delicious, fun and has great health benefits! Lavish Blue tea is extremely soothing and refreshing. Add some lime and honey, and have it hot or iced. Steep the tea and have it as is or make a fun cocktail or lemonade. This color changing drink is versatile, yummy and fun!

Butterfly blue pea flowers have antioxidant rich anthocyanins that impart a deep blue color. When an acid like lime is added to the tea, it changes color to a bright violet. The lemongrass, ginger, single origin Darjeeling green tea and mint add a melange of lovely earthy, citrus, zesty, vegetal and herbaceous notes. Packed with antioxidants from the butterfly blue pea flower and green tea, the lemongrass, mint and ginger have anti-inflammatory benefits and improve digestion.

Tasting Profile

Fruity - Citrus
Earthy
Chai & Spice - Ginger

Ingredients

Lemongrass, green tea, butterfly blue pea flower, ginger and mint

Caffeine Level

Caffeine Level Caffeine Level Caffeine Level Caffeine Level

Low

Make the perfect tea

Steeping Instructions

Western Style

Number of infusions per 2.5 g serving 2

1
Quantity
Quantity

2.5 gms of tea (use a digital scale)

2
Temperature
Temperature

4-5 fl-oz (120-150 ml or 1/2 - 2/3rd cup) of water at 175°F - 185°F (80°C - 85°C)

3
Steeping Time
Steeping Time
  • 1st infusion:2-3 minutes, pour and enjoy
  • 2nd infusion:1-2 minute

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