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    Darjeeling Black tea - Darjeeling, India - First flush Leaf Blend
    This tea is blended in the country of origin from high quality garden teas. Teas are selected from the medium and late first flush season. A medium-large almost black leaf and the light brass colour of the infusion characterise this blend. The taste of this first flush blend leaves a fresh, slightly spicy impression with a little “body”, which is also reflected in the scent. Always a treat!
    Brew: 2 – 4 minutes 100˚C 4 – 5 heaped tsp. / 1 litre

    Assam Black tea - Assam, India · FTGFOP1 · Rani Plantation
    This plantation is located in the western part of Assam, close to its largest city, Guwahati. At an altitude of only 48 metres above sea level. The area, which was first cultivated around 1880, is an arid ecosystem, which is a result of rather dry winter seasons, moderately humid-warm summers and periods of monsoon rain. The teas predominantly present a medium body, but are all very well-balanced with a malty, doughy flavours and slight hints of spices and herbs.
    Brew: 3 – 5 minutes 100˚C 4 – 5 heaped tsp. / 1 litre Organic

    Black tea - Finest Nepal · FTGFOP1 · Maloom Plantation
    A flowery and highly aromatic leaf tea with the appearance of the best Sikkim teas and the exquisite character of the finest Darjeeling teas. The small plantation Maloom, located on the roof of the world, produces outstanding teas, which need not fear the comparison with the best teas from Darjeeling. The very nice Sinensis leaf with its silver-coloured tips develops a bronze-coloured infusion with a flowery and round scent. A real alternative for those who love something special.
    Brew: 3 – 5 minutes 100˚C 4 – 5 heaped tsp. / 1 litre

    Black tea - Dimbula, Sri Lanka · FOP · Ratapura Plantation Special Tea
    A top speciality and a real rarity! This nice, fine, pine needle-shaped leaf with many silvery tips comes from the central highlands, south of the city of Kandy in the Dimbula district. The taste is highly aromatic and spicy with a note of its own, reminiscent of mild, malty Assam leaf teas. The cup is dark red with a malty and spicy bouquet. Everyone who loves exquisite qualities must try this tea at least once!
    Brew: 3 – 5 minutes 100˚C 4 – 5 heaped tsp. / 1 litre

    Organic Black tea - Rwanda · OP · Rukeri Plantation
    Teas from this garden are now certified as organic! The tea industry has come to be Rwanda’s most important economic sector and one of its largest employers. More than 90 % of the production is exported. The plantation Rukeri was founded by Europeans almost 50 years ago and only produces 700 tons of orthodox tea per year. In order to keep the leaves from breaking, they are moved only minimally during the withering process. This quality tea has a long, wiry, mid-brown leaf and its taste is slightly spicy with a pleasant citrus note. The brightly shining cup releases a spicy-fresh aroma.
    Brew: 3 – 5 minutes 100˚C 4 – 5 heaped tsp. / 1 litre
    English Black tea blend
    Among the countless types of English tea blends, which are offered today, the traditional classics are still amongst the most popular. This creation is based on a traditional recipe composed of 50 % select Sri Lankan highland teas and of equal portions of highly aromatic Assam and Java leaf teas. Thanks to its fine and spicy taste, this blend is a perfect companion for your morning toast with honey or jam, but also ideally suited for afternoon tea with cake, biscuits or scones with clotted cream.
    Brew: 3 – 5 minutes 100˚C 4 – 5 heaped tsp. / 1 litre

    Caramel Black tea
    Few desserts are as well known as the sweet Crème Caramel dessert. Hardly anybody remembers how it was prepared at home and what a wonderful smell it spread through the kitchen. It is a pity that this well known recipe with caramelised sugar, fresh eggs and a hint of real vanilla is nearly forgotten. This tea comes up to the highest expectations with its tempting creamy caramel pieces and the sweet, full caramel flavour with an unforgettable vanilla note.
    Ingredients: Black tea, flavouring, cream-caramel pieces (sweetened skimmed condensed milk, sugar, glucose syrup, butter fat, wetting agent: sorbitol, emulsifying agent: mono- and diglycerides of edible fatty acids).
    Brew: 3 – 5 minutes 100˚C 4 – 5 heaped tsp. / 1 litre

    Vanilla Supremo - Black tea, Vanilla
    The basis for this tea is a selected leaf blend of aromatic, spicy, golden-tipped Assam and harmonious soft Sri Lankan teas with a certain depth. This high-grade blend is not only ennobled by the soft and tender flavour of the popular Bourbon vanilla, but also by the precious, slightly spicy vanilla pieces. This top-class tea creation speaks for itself and deserves the name “supreme”. Let yourself be convinced!
    Ingredients: Black tea, flavouring, vanilla pieces.
    Brew: 3 – 5 minutes 100˚C 4 – 5 heaped tsp. / 1 litre

    Wild Cherry Black tea
    Fresh, firm, dark red cherries plucked from the tree ... this is how this delicious fruit should be enjoyed. The full China-Sri Lankan black tea blend, flavoured with the intensely fruity and sour, wild cherry flavour provides a very authentic taste experience. The freeze-dried, dark red sour cherry pieces not only serve as delicate decoration, but also give off their fresh fruity taste when the tea is brewed. A real delight for every cherry fan!
    Ingredients: Black tea, freeze-dried sour cherry pieces, flavouring.
    Brew: 3 – 5 minutes 100˚C 4 – 5 heaped tsp. / 1 litre


    Black tea blended Chocolate and Coconut · Bon Tea Room, Edinborough
    White beaches, crystal clear water, the rustle of palm leaves, Caribbean music in the background, suntanned skin and a happy mood ... The pleasure of chocolate and coconuts would bring to perfection the picture of a good life, “le bon goût de la vie”. To be brief, a Bon Tea ... chocolate and coconut included! Enjoy this tender, creamy creation with, or even without, Caribbean music. It’s worth it!
    Ingredients: Black tea (65 %), chocolate chips (sugar, ground cocoa beans with cocoa butter, powdered cocoa, emulsifying agent: soy lecithin), white chocolate chips (sugar, cocoa butter, milk powder (lactose), dextrose, emulsifying agent: soy lecithin), broken cocoa bits, coconut flakes, flavouring.
    3 – 5 minutes 100˚C 4 – 5 heaped tsp. / 1 litre

    Green tea

    Green Tea

    Fine Jasmine Green tea - China
    This quality tea is fine in its appearance and taste. The fragrant leaves were harvested and processed more thoroughly, and the jasmine blossoms were put through a finer sieve, so that the tea features a more discreet jasmine taste. The cup has a light, slightly yellow colour and already spreads the intense bouquet of jasmine.
    Ingredients: Half-fermented tea, jasmine blossoms.
    Brew: 1 – 3 minutes 75 – 80˚C 4 – 5 heaped tsp. / 1 litre

    Organic Sencha Green tea - China
    Sencha is one of the best-known green tea types. Originally consumed by Buddhist monks as a remedy and for spiritual composure, it is today considered a source of inspiration and vitality. Sencha Green Tea is firstly steamed to prevent oxidation. While the tea leaves dry, they are folded lengthwise on warm trays, and then heated in wood-fuelled pans in order to stop the fermentation. You will immediately recognize the long, well-worked, grass-green leaves in this quality tea. After the infusion, the full leaf structure can be seen, and the cup has a bright yellow colour. The grass-like flavour and fine sweetness are a pleasure for every Sencha enthusiast!
    Brew: 1 – 3 minutes 75 – 80˚C 4 – 5 heaped tsp. / 1 litre BIO

    Green tea blended with Earl Grey and Bergamot - Sencha Green Tea
    Sir Albert Henry George Grey, Fourth Lord Grey and Canadian Governor General between 1904 and 1911, was an engaged and modern-minded statesman. Decaffeinated teas did not exist at that time, but we are sure he would have liked our mild variation of the famous flavoured tea classic. Decaffeinated Sencha has been ennobled with a new, natural, highly aromatic bergamot flavouring of first quality.
    Ingredients: Decaffeinated green tea, orange and lemon peel, natural bergamot flavouring with other natural flavours.
    Brew: 1 – 3 minutes 75 – 80˚C 4 – 5 level tsp. / 1 litre

    Red Ginseng Green Sencha tea
    Many effects have been attributed to the ginseng root and its health benefits cannot be doubted. The taste of the ginseng root just cannot be described – you have to try the tea. Tangy citrus flavours enhance the elegant green tea base of this wellness drink with it's fascinating addition of freeze-dried pieces of passion fruit.
    Ingredients: Green tea, ginseng root, flavouring, safflowers, freeze-dried passion fruit granules (glucose molasses,
    concentrated passion fruit juice, apricot pulp, modified starch, thickening agent: sodium alginate).
    Brew: 2 – 3 minutes 75 – 80˚C 4 – 5 level tsp. / 1 litre

    Spring Tea - Sencha Green tea blended with Raspberry
    Every year we await the arrival of spring with hope and expectation in our hearts! With this refreshing blend you can now enjoy the touch of the first, warm rays of sun all the year round. This tea’s lively appearance is enough to give you hope: bright rosebuds coupled with multi-coloured petals will charm //you into a smile. Give your taste buds a treat of vanilla and fresh, tangy fruit. Simply marvellous!
    Ingredients: Green tea (89 %), flavouring, freeze-dried strawberry pieces, rosebuds, mallow and sunflower
    petals.
    Brew: 2 – 3 minutes 75 – 80˚C 4 – 5 level tsp. / 1 litre

    Lemon Sencha Green tea
    The aromas of brewed green tea and tingling, fresh lemon complement one another perfectly. The select green tea base perfectly supports the tangy aroma. The added lemon natural flavours are responsible for a subtle sweetness, which gives a real kick to this tea creation. Consumed either hot or cold, this tea a real classic, which has won many friends over the years and has become.
    Ingredients: Green tea (94 %), lemon peel, lemon grass, natural lemon flavouring.
    Brew: 2 – 3 minutes 75 – 80˚C 4 – 5 level tsp. / 1 litre

    Chocolate Rose Sencha Green tea
    Dive into the world of the scents of a rose garden and close your eyes - you will be delighted. The exceptional optic of this composition is underlined by the classic green tea blend with bamboo leaves. This creation is rounded off by delicate dark chocolate, which invites you to melt away.
    Ingredients: Green tea (77 %), Chinese bamboo leaves, cocoa peel, red rosebuds, flavouring, rose petals.
    Brew: 2 – 3 minutes 75 – 80˚C 4 – 5 level tsp. / 1 litre

    Rooibos tea

    Rooibos Tea

    Chocolate Cake Honeybush tea
    Don’t we all love a piece of chocolate cake now and again? What would the sweet teeth amongst us say to combine the relish of cake with a fantastic honeybush? This creation is an absolute must for all chocolate fans with its lively, sweet, chocolaty cake aroma and the beautiful decoration of rosebuds.
    Ingredients: honeybush tea, chocolate chips (sugar, ground cocoa beans with cocoa butter, powdered cocoa, emulsifying agent: soy lecithin), cream-caramel pieces (sweetened, skimmed condensed milk, sugar, glucose molasses, butter fat, wetting agent: sorbitol, emulsifying agent: mono- and diglyceride of edible fatty acids), flavouring, rosebuds.
    Brew: 8 – 10 minutes 100˚C 4 – 5 heaped tsp. / 1 litre

    Organic Green Rooibos tea
    An organic variety of the very popular Rooibos. The well-known characteristics are all there, although differences both in colour and taste can be noticed. The green Rooibos is clearly brighter in colour and has a greener leaf than its “big brother”. This derives from the incomplete fermentation process. This original taste sensation offers a fresh, lively taste, with a slightly tangy flavour. The aroma is light and elegant.
    Brew: 8 – 10 minutes 100˚C 4 – 5 heaped tsp. / 1 litre

    Organic Rooibos tea
    The country of origin of the Rooibos is South Africa. Natives used Rooibos to make a fruity, sweet tea long before Europeans did. The branches of the shrub were dried in the sun and then cut into small pieces. The tea was first exported to far away countries in the 19th century, and its export has been growing ever since. This resulted in a controlled cultivation of the once wild growing shrub. A high-quality Rooibos tea can be identified by its ruby colour and the soft, sweet, characteristic, aromatic taste.

    Brew: 8 – 10 minutes 100˚C 4 – 5 heaped tsp. / 1 litre

    Organic Rooibos tea blended with Mango and Strawberry
    An organic Rooibos tea blend of the very special kind: the soft smoothness of the popular South African bush is perfectly matched by the juicy freshness of sun-ripened mango and sweet strawberry, with just the right amount of lemon grass to round-off the taste perfectly. Visually, both fruits glow in unison with sunny marigold blossoms. See for yourself!
    Ingredients: Rooibos tea*, lemon grass*, natural flavouring, freeze-dried mango cubes* and strawberry pieces*, marigold
    blossoms*. * from organic cultivation
    Brew: 8 – 10 minutes 100˚C 4 – 5 heaped tsp. / 1 litre

    Orange and Ginger Rooibos tea
    Rooibos tea with deliciously hot ginger pieces and coloured peppercorns as well as strikingly yellow sunflower blossoms. The heavenly and, by now, very popular match between orange and ginger is very pleasant in taste. A balanced and attractive blend, which can be enjoyed until late in the evening.
    Ingredients: Rooibos tea, ginger pieces, coloured peppercorns, flavouring, orange blossoms.
    Brew: 8 – 10 minutes 100˚C 4 – 5 heaped tsp. / 1 litre

    Oriental Night – Vanilla and Cinnamon Rooibos tea
    This tea’s name not only reflects its fantastic appearance, but also its sensual taste. Cinnamon and vanilla with a touch of jasmine will take you far away to the magical world of the Orient. Let yourself go and enjoy a trip full of fantasy, colour and excitement and dive into this charmed flavour.
    Ingredients: Rooibos tea, cinnamon pieces, star anise, flavouring, Chinese jasmine blossoms.
    Brew: 8 – 10 minutes 100˚C 4 – 5 heaped tsp. / 1 litre

    Tiramisu and Mascarpone flavoured Rooibos tea
    The light Irish coffee taste, complemented by a hint of sweet caramel pieces, is refined by mascarpone. Spiced up by the richly contrasting blossoms and coffee beans, the attractive decoration enhances the quality of this blend. Simply irresistible!
    Ingredients: Rooibos tea, chocolate chips (sugar, ground cocoa beans with cocoa butter, powdered cocoa, emulsifying agent: soy lecithin), brittle pieces (sugar, hazelnut pieces, invert sugar), cream caramel pieces (sweetened, skimmed condensed milk, sugar, glucose molasses, butter fat, wetting agent: sorbitol, emulsifying agent: mono- and diglycerides of edible fatty acids), flavouring, freeze-dried yoghurt granules (skimmed milk yogurt (lactose), sugar, malt dextrin, modified starch, acidifying agent: citric acid), roasted coffee beans, Roman camomile.
    Brew: 8 – 10 minutes 100˚C 4 – 5 heaped tsp. / 1 litre

    Windhuk - Vanilla flavoured Rooibos tea
    Real Bourbon vanilla is not only the queen of all spices, but also an unrivalled taste classic among flavoured teas. Already used by the Indians and Aztecs as a spice and medicine, the capsule-shaped fruit is unique in its shape and colour. The scent, which forms after a thorough drying and fermenting process, is unmistakably typical. Windhuk is no less original and spicy in scent and taste, and this is due to the superior quality of the vanilla. A pure and sweet temptation through and through!
    Ingredients: Rooibos tea, flavouring.
    Brew: 8 – 10 minutes 100˚C 4 – 5 heaped tsp. / 1 litre

    Mocha-Rocker - Rooibos tea blend with coffee and vanilla
    Opposites attract. Or: From coffee to tea or from tea to coffee? This journey isn’t long! A new idea to combine two separate worlds of indulgence. We present to you: deliciously creamy vanilla ice cream, delicately melting in an expressive and full-flavoured mocha coffee. Together, you get a smooth, smoky and sweet flavour combination, which gently coats the strong coffee flavour of the roughly ground, roasted coffee beans.
    Ingredients: Rooibos tea, cocoa peel, roughly ground roasted coffee (10 %), flavouring, vanilla pieces, white cornflower blossoms.
    Brew: 8 – 10 minutes 100˚C 4 – 5 heaped tsp. / 1 litre

    Fruit tea and others

    Fruit Tea


    Apple Strudel Fruit tea
    The apple strudel is a traditional Austrian dessert, which, however, has its origin in Turkey. The Viennese chefs drew inspiration from “Baklava” during the Turkish siege. This fruit creation is spicy and fruity with a deliciously creamy aftertaste. Just like the freshly served, steaming apple strudel from Vienna. In this expressive blend the air-dried apple pieces and strong cinnamon pieces are responsible for the treat it offers both the palate and the eyes. The large portion of cream flavour rounds the taste off softly giving this blend the typical apple strudel taste.
    Ingredients: Apple pieces, cinnamon pieces, hibiscus pieces, almond pieces, rose hip peel, elderberries, currants, black currant, flavouring.
    Brew: 10 – 12 minutes 100˚C 4 – 5 heaped tsp. / 1 litre

    Pear and Cinnamon Fruit tea blend
    This heavenly, fruity, spicy, sweet composition is made up of numerous single components and flavours. The balanced flavour comes from fresh, ripe, soft pears and a sweet cinnamon nuance. A dash of soft cream gives the final touch. Cinnamon does not necessarily mean Christmas! Accept this attractive fruit tea blend as a compensation for a missed dessert, you will love it.
    Ingredients: apple pieces, hibiscus blossoms, rose hip peel, pineapple cubes (pineapple, sugar), cinnamon pieces, flavouring, sunflower blossoms.
    Brew: 10 – 12 minutes 100˚C 4 – 5 heaped tsp. / 1 litre

    Mulled Wine Fruit Tea - Red Wine, Orange, Cinnamon
    Is there anyone who does not know this wintry wine punch, which ensures so many sociable evenings? This tea blend is a real taste explosion thanks to the exceptional flavour composition of the very unique German version. What makes this blend so special - the traditional flamed cone sugar, which slowly melts into delicious caramel. Pure exaltation!
    Ingredients: apple pieces, hibiscus blossoms, elderberries, rose hip peel, mistletoe, cinnamon rods, flavouring (celery seed oil),
    orange slices, cloves.
    Brew: 10 – 12 minutes 100˚C 4 – 5 heaped tsp. / 1 litre

    Hamburger Grütze Fruit tea blend
    And now the classic and widely appreciated berry dessert with a creamy topping. Some also like it with vanilla cream on top. We have, however, stuck to the traditional recipe. Thus, only the right fruits were used in making this tea! Delicious and full in taste, it is already described above, under the name of its counterpart without cream.
    Ingredients: Elderberries, grapes, hibiscus blossoms, flavouring, freeze-dried blackberries, freeze-dried raspberries
    and sour cherry pieces, blackcurrants.
    Brew: 10 – 12 minutes 100˚C 4 – 5 heaped tsp. / 1 litre

    Lemon Fruit tea blend
    A refreshing, sour fruit, which can be used in so many ways! It is available all year round, as this fruit can stay on the tree for months without losing any of its qualities. The natural lemon oil gives a lively and refreshing taste to this fruit tea blend. The moss-green, dried lemon grass not only gives this blend a beautiful appearance, it also enhances the fresh, lemon-like character.
    Ingredients: apple pieces, hibiscus blossoms, rose hip peel, natural lemon flavour with other natural flavours,
    lemon peel, lemon grass.
    Brew: 10 – 12 minutes 100˚C 4 – 5 heaped tsp. / 1 litre

    Organic Strawberry Chocolate Fruit tea
    And now get ready for a very special Organic Fruit Tea: Crispy chocolate takes the stage, in its tow the juicy strawberry. Both are united to a fitting combination, which makes you yearn for more. Enjoy this tea on a sunny day while waiting for the juicy strawberries to ripen in your garden.
    Ingredients: cocoa peel*, apple pieces*, rose hip peel*, hibiscus blossoms*, orange peel*, natural flavouring, freeze-dried strawberry pieces*, marigold blossoms*. *from organic cultivation
    Brew: 10 – 12 minutes 100˚C 4 – 5 heaped tsp. / 1 litre

    Other Teas

    Camomile Tea
    Camomile is commonly known as the kind of tea, which you drink when you are suffering from a cold and lying in bed with a scarf around your neck. Being mild and caffeine free, this dried blossom makes a very appropriate drink in every season. People also like using it to pamper their skin in the vapour of a hot camomile bath. We are offering a camomile of very high quality. The typical camomile character of this infusion is particularly intense. The product is very even; small pieces have been sorted out by hand-picking. The larger Roman camomile has a similar taste but has been added for decoration. Camomile has been used since the Neolithic Age.
    Brew: 5 – 10 minutes 100˚C 3 – 4 heaped tblsp. / 1 litre

    Cool Mint Herb tea
    This very “cool“ herb tea blend containing only excellent ingredients has been a bestseller for many years and is expected to stay that way. The high portion of liquorice with its pleasant and strong sweetness is very important. The fruity apple pieces, very fine lemon grass with its special fresh character and a select portion of pure refreshing peppermint add the finishing touch. Stay cool and enjoy this unique taste experience!
    Ingredients: Liquorice roots, apple pieces, peppermint, lemon grass, flavouring.
    Contains liquorice root – in case of high blood pressure, excessive consumption of this tea should be avoided.
    Brew: 8 – 10 minutes 100˚C 3 – 4 heaped tblsp. / 1 litre

    White Tea

    Organic Pai Mu Tan White tea - China
    Pai Mu Tan is the best-known speciality within the category “White Tea” and is finding more and more friends all over the world. A tea plant called Chaicha, or Narcissus, which grows in the province of Fujian and is also known as “White Peony”. After plucking, the tea is dried in the sun or in closed rooms without further technical aid. The leaf shows many shades of green, is very voluminous with different structures and a nice portion of longish, silvery-white leaf tips. The cup colour is a shimmering amber tone, and the taste is elegantly spicy.
    Brew: 1 – 3 minutes 75 – 80˚C 4 – 5 heaped tsp. / 1 litre BIO