Known as Darjeeling Orange Peel Black tea this concoction is a tingly fresh affair on the tongue with a substantial body. Power packed with Vitamin C and carotene, dried orange peels are a discovery of Ancient Chinese Medicine that will not only give you delightful rejuvenation but also take care of your heart health and immunity.
A vivid field of elaborate and uniform dark black tea leaves with shrubs of thick and grainy orange peels beam with a clementine sweetness and a luscious warmth of chocolates.
Leaves unfurl to reflect a shiny deep copper glaze with soft juicy chunks of orange redolent with the cloy oranges and a tickle of fresh citrus zest and clove.
Sunset in a cup scattering sweet mandarin clouds of musky floral character and delightful sweetness of tender oranges that softly harmonize behind the mild astringency of lemons, while a supple body with the fruity luxury of peaches and apricots briskly bursts into pocketful of citrus flowers and swirls around for a memorable finish of caramel and honey.
For a perfect Cup of Tea:
Take 1 cup of water (200 ml).
Heat it to 90-95°C.
Put 1 teaspoon (2.5g) of tea leaves in the water.
Steep the leaves for 3-4 minutes.
The fragrance of oranges relieves motion sickness and hangovers
Orange peel tea is a source of Vitamin A, B1, and C that strengthens immunity
Phytosterols in oranges can counteract bad cholesterol