Green tea is the tea with leaves that have not been subjected to fermentation. Fresh leaves are left to dry up and afterwards they are subjected to thermal processing, to stop fermentation. Classic green tea, its delicate taste is perfect for everyone who wants to start daily drinking green tea.
How do we make LOYD Green Quince & Prickly Pear tea?
It is one of the most exotic combinations we have ever created. Green tea leaves in a cheeky banter with the exotic prickly pear, and the whole seasoned with the captivating scent of the aromatic quince. The end result: at least unparalleled!
What makes the taste of LOYD Green Quince & Prickly Pear tea so amazing?
The brilliant combination of unusual ingredients is just the first factor in the secret of this tea’ssuccess. The other factor is the unassuming, but extremely useful, envelopes in which the valuable dry leaves have been enclosed. In the envelopes, the leaves can stay fresh for longer, which means a high quality infusion every time.
When is LOYD Green Quince & Prickly Pear tea at its most enchanting?
As a hot infusion, LOYD Green Quince & Prickly Pear warms with the power of the quince aroma. As iced tea, it refreshes with the intriguing note of prickly pear. Regardless of the serving method, green tea always supports your body with its health-giving properties.
How do we make LOYD Green Lemon & Lime tea with Ginger?
When creating this composition, we wanted to give the noble green tea a youthful, slightly sassy boost. That is why we reached for sunny lemon and refreshing lime, and we have seasoned the whole ensemble with the spicy notes of fragrant ginger.
What makes LOYD Green Lemon & Lime tea with Ginger taste so amazing?
We not only took care about the top-class ingredients, carefully selected raw materials and the correct balancing of the proportions, but the packaging of the dry tea leaves proved to be equally important. We have used a special envelope, so that the tea can delight with its freshness for much longer.
When is LOYD Green Lemon & Lime with Ginger tea at its most enchanting?
On summer days, served as iced tea, it refreshes with its citrus juiciness. And when the temperatures fall, a hot infusion effectively warms you up with the spicy aroma of ginger.