Taiwanese Summer fruit tea! Charming Litchi (Lychee) flavored tea!
In midsummer, there’re many types of tropical fruits abound in Taiwan. Litchi (Lychee) is one of them, a small round tropical fruit native to Asia, and distinction of southern Taiwan. The outside is pink-red, roughly textured and inedible, covering sweet translucent white flesh. For this blend, we select the FOP Assam black tea from Sri Lanka to match the fruity flavor perfectly, making sure the sweet fruity notes of the litchi can shine through!
Story behind this most famous tropical fruit
Litchi (Lychee) is one popular fruit in summer in Taiwan. It imparts sweetness and juicy fresh and unique oriental flavor. The most distinctive fruit was abounded in mid-southern Taiwan, where has sufficient sunlight and warm weather.
Lychee is a famous fruit ever since especially loved by an emperor’s concubine, Yang gui-fei (楊貴妃), There is a Tang poet, Du-mu (杜牧), in a poem entitled Guo-Hua-Qing-Gong (過華清宮三絕), describes this with the following lines: A speedy horse beating the dust to gain a laughter of his favorite concubine. Yet who is aware that it is of a delivery of Lychee that was brought.
Small teapot of 200 ml
(3) 5 grams of tea leaf into teapot with 150ml of boiling water;
(4) First brew for 90 secs. Second brew for 60 to 90 secs; extend 10 to 20 sec after each brew. (Can be re-brewed for 6 to 8 times)
(3) 5 grams of tea leaf into teapot with 350ml to 500ml of boiling water.
(4) First brew for 3 minutes. Extend 1 to 2 minutes after each brew. (Can be re-brewed 3-4 times)
(3) 5 grams of tea leaf into teapot with 350 to 500 ml of cold water.
(4) Storage into refrigerator for 6 to 8 hours or until the liquid becomes golden yellow.
Product: Litchi Black Tea
Ingredient: Black tea (FOP), natural lychee flavor
Origin: Nantou, Taiwan
Valid period: 2 years
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