Green tea with dried ginger roots
Shards of dried ginger roots in a shade of ivory along with tautly rolled dark green tea leaves with a pleasant sweet ginger note and a cozy undertone of nutmeg-spiked Oakwood.
Green tea leaves soften and open up in a glossy stew-green hue while ginger roots appear as soft beige-coloured chunks
with the pungency of ginger and tingly notes of peppercorn subdued by a lemony citrus note.
Creamy and clean liquor in a shiny beige colour breathes out gentle floral whiffs of sweet ginger flowers with pleasant warmth of spicy nutmeg and grips with a heady body of sweet aromatic dry ginger that captures the throat in a warm tingly sensation, while fresh vegetal softness of green tea briskly cleanses the palette.
For a perfect Cup of Tea:
Take 1 cup of water (180 ml).
Heat it to 80-85°C.
Put 1 tea bag in the water.
Steep the leaves for 3-4 minutes.
Dietary fiber in ginger fights digestive irregularities
Ginger green tea relieves dizziness and nausea
Its antiseptic properties keep viral infections away