Kosabei TGFOP Tea
You'll know exactly why this tea deserves such a long and unusual name when you admire the golden, thread-like tips on each unbroken leaf. When carefully brewed for only three to four minutes, an amazing sum of different flavors emerge with each sip. Sweet and sour fruits like currant are noticeable first, followed by a classic and crisp malt taste. There's even an unusual note that will remind you of how the earth smells when rain first begins falling. Unlike many lesser black teas, adding sweetener and milk won't hide these delicate aromas and flavors.
- Great source of antioxidants, which have been shown to lower the risk of heart disease
- Black tea has been shown to reduce cholesterol
- May be a mentally stimulating beverage
Kenyan Black Tea
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