The “forbidden” fruit, the “fertility” fruit, the “fruit of love”, the quince is shared with Ceylon tea, apple cubes, ginger, lemon peels, calendula and safflowers resulting in an exotic delightful tea with a ginger finish. A perfectly balanced morning drink!
Heavenly Quince Black Tea
Our Quince tea blend is a match made in heaven!
Size: 150 mL – 5 Fl Oz Pouch
Can Make 30-35 cups Hot Tea or 15-20 cups Iced Tea (8 oz/240 ml per cup)
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- Taste: Notes of quince and citrus fruits with a ginger finish.
- Aroma: Citrus, floral undertones.
- Caffeine: Medium
Ceylonese Orange Pekoe Black Tea, Apple cubes, Ginger, Lemon peels, Safflowers, Calendula petals and natural Quince-Ginger essence.
Ingredients Note: we do not add any kind of sweeteners to any of our teas, including no stevia, no candied or sugar-coated ingredients. We leave that option up to you!
Besides being a readily available and delicious fruit, quince is also valued because of its important place in human health. Quince is a rich source of vitamin C, zinc, potassium, copper, iron, and dietary fiber. Also, quince is rich in certain organic compounds like catechin, epicatechin, limonene, and various other phytonutrients, all of which contribute to the health benefits of quince.
Black And Green Teas Offer Similar Health Benefits. Since both varieties come from the same plant, Camellia Sinensis, both are rich in a group of protective antioxidants called polyphenols and flavonoids that protect your heart, though green tea contains a much higher amount of these antioxidants because of the way the leaves are processed. Both show improvements in vascular function, leading to significant reductions in stroke risk. Black tea usually contains higher level of caffeine and may stimulate and boost Brain Function more than Green tea.
Warning: Consulting with your healthcare practitioner about health benefits of any tea is always recommended.
Health Benefits Disclosure: Let’s be blunt about this whole tea and health thing: you need to take a lot of these claims with a grain of salt! Ultimately, to see if it works for you, you’ll need to try the tea for yourself. We all know that drinking tea is good for us, and let’s not forget that the pleasure of drinking it is also good for our health!
It is also well-known that all types of tea have varying levels of benefits. Any suggested or mentioned benefits on our website are merely our generalized opinions and experiences, including many clients’ feedbacks, and should not be relied upon as professional Health and Medical opinions, facts, directions or instructions.
Hot Tea: Scoop 1-2 *Perfect Teaspoon of tea per 8oz/240ml of hot water. Steep for 3-5 minutes.
Iced Tea: Double the amount of tea, still using hot water. Add an extra minute or two to steeping time then cool in fridge.
Note: If you want stronger tea, use more leaves instead of steeping for a longer time.
*Our Perfect Teaspoon is approximately 5ml and is sold in Tea Accessories.
Re-Steeping Times: None
Basic Steeping Tips: Use filtered or spring water, whenever possible. Don’t over boil water. Remove leaves after recommended time (adjust to taste).