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Lucky Lychee

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BREW YOUR OWN LUCK…

We’ve made our own luck with this fruity, juicy black tea infused with subtly floral flavours of lychee. Renowned for their extraordinarily fragrant taste, lychee fruits are associated with good luck – we’ve captured their light flavour to balance this bold black tea.

  • Tea Type

    Black Tea 

  • Origin

    China

  • Taste Profile

    Sweet

  • Tastes like

    Sweet, juicy lychee

  • Food pairing

    Chinese Dumplings 

  • When to drink

      In the evening with a Chinese feast to celebrate Chinese New Year  

Brew the perfect cup

  Per cup, infuse one teaspoon (2g) of tea in boiling water for 3-5 minutes  

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* * * * * Refreshing and sweet by Jess on 20th January 2018

Given it's a black tea, this lychee flavour is quite refreshing, I don't brew for too long otherwise it can get strong, with or without milk this is a really nice flavoured tea.

Origin

China

The Chinese invented paper, gunpowder and the compass. But their finest innovation has to be tea, reputedly first discovered by the emperor Shen Nong in 2737 BCE. Originally prepared as a medicinal brew, tea became a drink in its own right during the Han Dynasty (206 BCE – 220 CE), and today China produces thousands of different varieties ranging from black, green and white tea to oolong, puerh and yellow tea. If you’re looking for a bit of teatime reading take a look at Lu Yu’s ‘Tea Classic’: first written in 780 CE, it covers everything from cultivation methods to tea etiquette…

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Item Code: 333989 / Net weight: 100g

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  The Imperial concubine Lady Yang Kuei Fei was said to be rather fond of lychees – so much so that the Emperor Hsuan Tsung had fresh lychees brought 600 miles from Canton to his northern palace, just to woo her favour.  

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