Cambridge Tea Celebration is a gourmet delight for every person. No matter if you choose, oxidized or non-oxidized tea. Not too long ago, I had the pleasure to sample each. From the non-oxidized tea collection, I tasted Lime and Lemongrass and Orange Peel green tea. Whilst from the oxidized collection, I savoured the Masala Chai infused with eight various spices. Here’s how I really feel about this gourmet tea collection.
Lime and Lemongrass Green Tea
Cambridge Tea Party’s “Lime and Lemongrass Green Tea,” is a gourmet inspiration. The tea has rightly been tagged beneath the Spa category as it is made to loosen up us in no time. Merely a whiff of the mild aroma of lime and lemongrass are adequate to soothe and loosen up. In addition to that, this slimming tea relieves anxiousness, lowers cholesterol, assists with weight loss and even aids oral well being. Readily available in pyramid tea bags and complete leaf-loose, this green tea comes with true lime peel and lemongrass. That blended in ideal quantities with complete leaf green tea and 100% Organic Oil. This vegan solution consists of no sugar and no preservatives. Most importantly, this premier green is nitrogen flushed to retain 100% freshness. To prepare this tea, use the spoon that comes with the pack. Add 1 Spoon of tea Leaves to 150ml of boiling water and leave it covered for about five minutes. Strain and serve the tea hot. To make iced tea, let this mixture cool down and then add ice for a cold treat.
Orange and Berries Green Tea
I assume Orange Peels and berries add a good zesty flavour to this tea. Apart from becoming a very good-tasting Orange tea, this beverage is also my favourite go-to tea for losing weight. Each Berries and Oranges are excellent for the immune technique. They increase metabolism and are also a all-natural remedy to treat cough. Berries, as we know, are loaded with antioxidants. Wherein, Orange peels are regarded as a precious medicinal herb in China. But, who knew, we could use these basic fruits to burn fat? Continuous use of this orange and berries tea also keeps cholesterol and blood sugar levels in verify. To prepare this tea, add 1 spoon of tea leaves to 150ml of boiling water and leave it covered for about five minutes. Strain and serve the tea hot. To make iced tea, let this mixture cool down and then add ice for a cold treat.
Masala Chai with eight Spices
The eight Spices Masala Chai is a royal blend crafted by the Cambridge Tea Celebration. Infused with wild spices, this tea tends to make a great morning Chai. This Masala Tea is a gourmet mix of fresh complete leaf black tea with true ginger, cardamom, holy basil, lemongrass, cloves, cinnamon, nutmeg and pepper. To prepare this tea, add 1 spoon of tea leaves, to 150ml of boiling milk and water mixture. Then add sugar as per taste and hold boiling the mixture till you obtain the preferred colour and fragrance. Strain and serve hot. This 100% all-natural tea does not include sugar, milk powder, or preservatives.