It’s Time to Go Green
Green Tea is one of the most lauded beverages in several parts of Asia, mainly because of its health and wellness benefits. Every cup of green tea can bring a sensory enjoyment that rewards your taste buds while protecting you from harmful infections and health problems.
Our freshly harvested green tea is strenuously pan fired using a traditional wok to bring out the mellow flavor, distinctive aroma, and the toasty taste of authentic green tea.
Green is the New Black
Unlike other loose-leaf green tea, our Green Tea is smooth and lacks astringency, lending it a mellow flavor and taste. Every leaf is hand-plucked and assorted to bring you the best quality leaf which is later pan fired to perfection.
Green tea is widely consumed worldwide for building strong immunity and boost metabolism. It is loaded with anti-oxidants that fight the free radicals in the cells in the body, reducing the risk of cancer. Green tea detoxifies the body and fights oral bacteria as well due to its anti-bacterial properties.
Our premium quality loose leaf green tea will lower the cholesterol levels in the body and is advised for people with heart diseases. For fitness enthusiasts, green tea can be used as an ideal post-workout drink as it has caffeine and increases mind-body connection which is very important post workout.
Green tea contains EGCG, polyphenols and catechins which rejuvenate dying skin cells, fighting the signs of ageing and giving a radiant glow to your skin. The vitamins in green tea, especially vitamin B-2, can also keep your skin looking more youthful.
All in all, it creates a sense of well-being and happiness, helping you experience divini-tea in every cup.
Some more marvels made possible by this elixir:
- Builds immunity
- Boosts metabolism
- Creates a sense of well-being
- Reduces risk of cancer
- Detoxifies body
- Fights harmful bacteria
Brew the Perfect Blend
– Every 100ml of water requires 2g of tea
– Steep the tea in warm water for 3 minutes
– Ideal temperature for steeping is 80-110 degree Celsius
– Can be re-steeped 1-2 times
– Steeping it for longer than 3 minutes will make the tea bitter and astringent
Enjoy the mellow, toasty flavor of pan fired green tea!
Why Pan-Fired Green Tea?
Freshly plucked leaves of green tea go through further processes before they reach you. The two common processes to stop the further oxidation of tea leaves are steaming and pan firing. While steaming is easier and takes less time, our tea is pan fired to retain the original flavour of green tea.
Let’s understand the difference between the two processes:
Green tea is steamed at about 100-degree Celsius to stop further oxidization. This process lends a grassy taste to the tea and significantly reduces the theanine content in the tea. Although the Japanese prefer steamed green tea, this process is not much preferred in other parts of the world.
Pan firing is one of the widely acknowledged processes to stop further oxidation of tea. It involves carefully heating the tea leaves in a large, traditional wok in controlled temperature conditions (230-degree Celsius). However, this can vary depending on the size and thickness of the leaves.
Note: Consuming more than 6 cups of Green tea a day (280mg or more) might be harmful for pregnant women