Black Tea

Darjeeling Tea

100% black tea.
Packing: Box of 25 bags x 1.75g
Vegan
Lactose-free and gluten-free.
99,000 VNĐ

Tea Knowlegde

Descriptions:

Messmer's Darjeeling black tea is made from 100% black tea from Darjeeling, India. Tea has a specified flowery flavor from the typical highland with a lovely sweet taste when using. A cup of tea in the morning will bring you an extremely new experience, that helps you conscious and easily starting a new day.

Messmer is the leading tea brand in Germany with over 165 years of market experience. Messmer always strives to bring you delicious, gentle, and healthy teacups.

Ingredients: 100% Black tea.

Do you know?

Meßmer is written in Latin is "Messmer", not "Mebmer".

Darjeeling tea has been grown in the Indian district of Darjeeling since 1841 by Archibald Campbell - a doctor. When he experimented with the seeds of the Chinese tea tree (Camellia sinensis). Then, the people here have researched and applied other fermentation techniques and created the current Darjeeling black tea brand.

Black tea is made from the oxidation of fresh green tea and has been appeared more than 4 centuries. This tea has been found by European traders in processing green tea from China. Black tea has lightly red after made and depends on the oxidation level that made the color of the tea different from each other. Black tea is not only a drink that helping you quench your thirst, but also helping you slowing the aging process, strengthens the immune system along with that supports the digestive process.

Preparation

Messmer – Healthy tea all day

How to brew: Let the tea steep in 3-5 minutes with boiling water to enhance full flavor of the tea, more than 5 minutes, the tea could be bitter. More delicious with ice.

Average Nutrition Values

Per 100 ml:

Per serving*:

Calorific value

10 kJ (2 kcal)

20 kJ (5 kcal)

Protein

0 g

0 g

Carbohydrates

0.6 g

1.2 g

Of which sugars

0.2 g

0.4g

Fat

0 g

0 g

Hereof: saturated fatty acids

0 g

0 g

Salt

0 g

0 g

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