From the Gorreana tea plantations these are delicious and comforting tea flavors.
Four very different flavours amazingly combined with green leaf tea and plain of health benefits that you not want to miss. Each combination has its properties.
1. Gorreana Green Tea+Lemon Beebrush
2. Gorreana Green Tea+Peppermint+Lemon+Stevia+Ceylon Cinnamon
3. Gorreana Green Tea+Pineapple
4. Gorreana Green Tea+Anise
Gorreana Green Tea+Lemon Beebrush
Green Tea antioxidant power with the anti-inflammatory and tranquilizing properties of Lúcia Lima, in a delicious blend.
Green Tea+Peppermint+Lemon+Stevia+Ceylon Cinnamon
Five powerful combinations that together give rise to an exotic flavor in this wonderful tea. Ceylon cinnamon, the real and true cinnamon that has anti-inflammatory, antioxidant and anticancer properties, reduces cholesterol levels, promotes cardiovascular health and is especially beneficial for diabetics or people who are prone to this disease. Introduced in tea, studies indicate some participation in fat burning.
Gorreana Green Tea+Pineapple
For pineapple lovers, this is an upscale experience. The touch of the wonderful Azores “king” fruit with a fruity unique finishing flavour to this tea.
Gorreana Green Tea+Anise
An amazing tea that also brings some benefits to your health, fights cholesterol, prevents heart disease, slows cell aging, also has antioxidant, diuretic, carminative, antibacterial and antifungal properties according to the Gorreana brand.
5 Tips to a Better cup of Tea
1. Every tea has its time in the day
Black tea is recommended in the morning because it is stronger and more energetic.
Aromatic tea (like orange tea) is a lighter tea that can be enjoyed in the afternoon.
Green tea is best suited for drinking from the afternoon to the end of the day, or after heavy meals, as a digestive drink.
2. The best way to make it
As soon as the water starts to boil, remove it from the heat. Overheating of the water makes the tea taste flat. Immediately pour the water into the tea pot , cover and let it rest. If you are using green tea, allow the water to cool slightly (± 80ºC) before pouring on the leaves.
3. The tastiest way to drink it
They say that the best tea has to be drunk in an opaque porcelain cup. Stuart Farrimond (food medical specialist) also argues that drinking in a transparent cup makes it “absorb the flavor, reducing the full-bodied sensation of the tea”. And it is better to filter the water, to remove any calcium or magnesium residues, is also essential for a good, tasty tea.
According to The Independent, Farrimond explained: “If you have a sweet tooth, opt for red or pink as these colours will accentuate the tea’s natural sweetness whilst white or blue mugs can bring out the saltiness of your tea bag."
4.Tea to your taste
If you are going to add lemon and sugar to your tea, add the sugar first, as the citric acid in the lemon will prevent the sugar from dissolving.
Adding honey to tea instead of sugar is a healthier way to sweeten tea.
Milk is often used in full-bodied black teas, such as Broken Leaf Tea. Do not use cream as it interferes with the taste of the tea. Do not use milk with green tea.
5. Your Tea always new
The tea must be properly sealed to be enjoyed with its original characteristics. Teas are easily affected by other aromas, which are stored nearby, such as spices and strong-smelling foods and can alter the quality of a good tea. A well-stored tea never expires.
Tea and Health
Tea contains biochemicals called polyphenols, including flavonoids, which are also found in fruits and vegetables and are antioxidants, which prevents the degeneration of cells responsible for more than fifty diseases.
Tea is rich in vitamins and minerals and many other health benefits. It has antioxidant power due to its high content of flavonoids, which contributes to the reduction of cell aging. Helps digestion and lower blood cholesterol, moisturizes, reduces fatigue, increases alertness and improves concentration.
Recent studies have shown that regular tea consumption inhibits the clumping of blood platelets, preventing dangerous clots that cause most heart attacks and strokes. Other studies suggest that tea is an inhibitor of some types of cancer, including respiratory and digestive tract and skin.