This limited edition of Basilur tea is a guarantee of a unique experience that will satisfy every connoisseur. This unique set consists of the rare Silver Tips white tea and the FBOP Extra Special black tea.
Meeting the expectations of the most demanding customers, Basilur offers white tea, which enjoys the greatest recognition among experts and is the most expensive type - not without a reason called the "elixir of youth", it contains more than twice as many polyphenols than green tea. It is made from tea donuts, picked by hand in early spring and dried in the sun. The production methods are adhered to very strictly, which is why it is an extremely difficult species to access.
FBOP Extra Special is one of the highest classes of coarse broken tea with additional donuts. This type of cut, desired by gourmets, gives the tea a special flavor and is a real example of luxury.
The whole thing is in beautiful Paulownia boxes, which have been specially made of the lightest wood in the world - balsa. The teas are packed in exclusive glass bottles that keep you fresh until the last cup.
The combination of Basilur's innovation with Ceylon tea leaves makes it the perfect gift for any occasion!
Net weight : 100g.
Country of origin : Sri Lanka
Brewing method - white tea:
White teas are obtained from the finest leaves and are not subject to fermentation, therefore their brewing requires delicacy and attention. In order for the brew to have the right flavor and aroma, all preparation rules must be followed. For brewing, use twice as much by volume as other teas, because it is much lighter than other types of teas.
The water that is poured over the dried fruit should have a temperature below 80 degrees Celsius, and the brewing time is from 3 to 10 minutes.
White tea has a very delicate aroma, so you should not use dishes saturated with other aromas (including the smell of other teas) when brewing it.
Brewing method - black tea:
Pour a teaspoon of tea with hot water at 95 degrees C (so-called white boiling water; hot non-boiling), brew in two ways:
- When brewed for a short time, up to 3 minutes, the infusion is refreshing and stimulating.
- When brewed for up to 5 minutes, it gives a relaxing effect.
Brewing for too long causes astringency in the taste of the brew.
Black tea leaves are only suitable for one brewing.