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Our Pure Organic Black/Red Teas

Image: Pure, organic The Red Rose - Black Tea from China.

The Red Rose - Black Tea

This exquisite blend is a mild and sweet black tea from the Zhejian region with the aroma of red roses and flower teas from the Jiansu region – truly a match made in heaven! The taste is very mild, soothing and still with a deep floral fragrance.

The Red Rose is the perfect tea for the colder months, and can be enjoyed with milk, cream and sugar.

Price:

    Image: buy The Red Rose - Black Tea in pounds sterling £5.95     Image: buy The Red Rose - Black Tea in US dollars $9.03     Image: buy The Red Rose - Black Tea in euros €7.02
GBP

High Grade Tea Leaves
Fresh and Organic
Harvested and hand picked
No industrialization in any form
Nothing added
100 percent pure and natural

The Main Regions of China producing black tea: Fujian, Fuzhou, Anhui province, Sinchuan, Jiangsi, Anhui, and Hebei provinces.


It is the tea that one can drink at any time and even during meals. Black teas are the most popular Chinese teas in the west because they can be mixed with milk and sugar, unlike the other teas. It has been a favorite and the British extended its culture and harvest to India in the 18th Century.

Also known as Red Tea (hong cha) , it has many different types and tastes. Most leaves are dark and have a deep taste and are very good to assist with the digestion and stomach while offering a great taste.

Tea enriched with the fragrance of tea fermented leaves, it is harvested and dried. After several hours, when the piles of the start to heat up naturally, the leaves are spread out and re-piled for another round of scenting.

Li Shizhen wrote in his 1578 pharmacopoeia that Black Tea has both soothing and warming properties. Presumably containing some buds, is held to relieve diarrhea. This tea is not very popular in China; some southerners say it does not soothe the throat or quench thirst as well as regular green tea or oolong.
Black teas are recommended for the colder months.

Pack size/Servings where applicable: 50g, making 50 cups or more. Full instructions on how to prepare the perfect cup of tea inside each box.

It is just a perfect tea for the colder months and exceptional for the health. These teas are great for all digestive oriented issues.

It actually smelled really lovely and although I was cautious, I tried it...and you know what? I actually really liked it!
- Nom! The Indulgent Baking Blog. Read the full review here.

 
 
Image: Pure, organic Black/ Red (Ji Hong Men) from China.

Black/ Red (Ji Hong Men)

The best Black Tea on the market. Superior taste and aroma. One can drink at any time and even during meals. Unlike with most Chinese Teas, people will often add sugar and milk. It is also known as Red Tea (hong cha).

This tea brews to a reddish-brown colour with an exquisite rich soothing taste and aroma. An Hui region

Price:

    Image: buy Black/ Red (Ji Hong Men) in pounds sterling £5.45     Image: buy Black/ Red (Ji Hong Men) in US dollars $9.00     Image: buy Black/ Red (Ji Hong Men) in euros €6.65
GBP

High Grade Tea Leaves
Fresh and Organic
Harvested and hand picked
No industrialization in any form
Nothing added
100 percent pure and natural

The Main Regions of China producing black tea: Fujian, Fuzhou, Anhui province, Sinchuan, Jiangsi, Anhui, and Hebei provinces.


It is the tea that one can drink at any time and even during meals. Black teas are the most popular Chinese teas in the west because they can be mixed with milk and sugar, unlike the other teas. It has been a favorite and the British extended its culture and harvest to India in the 18th Century.

Also known as Red Tea (hong cha) , it has many different types and tastes. Most leaves are dark and have a deep taste and are very good to assist with the digestion and stomach while offering a great taste.

Tea enriched with the fragrance of tea fermented leaves, it is harvested and dried. After several hours, when the piles of the start to heat up naturally, the leaves are spread out and re-piled for another round of scenting.

Li Shizhen wrote in his 1578 pharmacopoeia that Black Tea has both soothing and warming properties. Presumably containing some buds, is held to relieve diarrhea. This tea is not very popular in China; some southerners say it does not soothe the throat or quench thirst as well as regular green tea or oolong.
Black teas are recommended for the colder months.


Pack size/Servings where applicable: 50g, making 50 cups or more. Full instructions on how to prepare the perfect cup of tea inside each box.

* Digestion and stomach
* Anti-bacterial
* Longevity/anti-ageing
* Constipation
* Heart
* Immunity

Taster's Review of our Ji Hong Men black tea:

By Jennifer Bliss

Recently I received a shipment of tea from the UK. I always LOVE getting tea from different countries! In Nature or innteas.com has a very attractive website, great customer service with wonderful email correspondence, and their packaging is unique and very reminsicent of Nature and it has their Nature-Themed Feel to it.

The first tea I tried was their Pure Black Tea also known as Ji Hong Men. At first I thought…oh…ANOTHER 'Pure Black Tea'…BUT…this is NOT your average tasting black tea! This is fantastic! The taste is so full and so bold!

I’m truly amazed! It infused pretty dark and smells almost ‘baked’. The taste is a magnified black – not a bitter black but a cakey, bakey, chewy type black!

It’s very memorable and I am already telling my friends about it!

You can find Jennifer's web site at http://sororiteasisters.com/2010/06/26/pure-black-teaji-hong-men-tea-from-in-nature/

Taster's Review of our Ji Hong Men black tea #2:

By The Tea Review

Red Mountain Black tea from In Nature teas arrived in their signature box today, and I was reminded that summer was almost over, but for those of us that love hot tea, this is a good thing. In the box, I was treated to a rainbow of sepia tones and an aroma to match. Notes of honey and rich bold earthy notes flanked by a warm cinnamon and a subtle brown sugar.

Their packaging alone, the beautiful tan boxes with aromatic tea inside are a wonderful decoration for your kitchen, but are also tightly sealed with a foil lining inside to preserve the flavor and aroma of the tea for as long as possible!

The leaves are whole, leaves and buds, in golds and deep rich brown hues. They brew up to a rich golden amber color and the leaves dance and unfurl wholly, to reveal slender spear-like leaves, and lovely whole buds. The flavor sings with earthy richness and honey tones, enhanced richly by the cinnamon. A warm astringency lingers and has a touch maple buffers this to a pleasant warming taste.

This tea brews to a reddish-brown colour with an exquisite rich soothing taste and aroma.

I usually prefer tea without sweetener, but this tea is absolutely exquisite with or without sweetener. Honey is the best, but turbinado sugar is another good one. With or with out cream or milk, this one has so many subtle tones and bold flavors, the addition of those simply brings some more to the front than others, thus, making for a great tea to accompany everything from a heavy dinner to a light afternoon treat.

No matter how you taste and enjoy this tea, In Nature teas once again has brought us an amazing and highest quality tea. The care and expertise of their staff shows through. Enjoy and Bon Appetite!

You can visit The Tea Review website at http://www.teareviewblog.com/?p=22172

 
 

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