Basilur Caramel Dream was awarded in the prestigious Great Taste 2021 competition, which is the most appreciated decoration in the world. This type of food and drink award is the most trusted among consumers for a reason. The products are tested and evaluated by over 500 experts - chefs, food critics, consumers and retailers, which allows for honest and impartial opinion. Great Taste is an emblem that confirms the highest quality and excellent taste of the product.
Critics praised the innovation and uniqueness that this latest item has brought to the well-known and well-liked Oriental Collection. The wide range of caramel notes in this blend aroused particular interest, including toffee, vanilla and cream.
A unique combination of Ceylon black leaf tea with a natural caramel flavor. The intense flavor and deep color of the infusion perfectly complement the sweet notes. It tastes great with a hint of milk, which emphasizes the caramel character of the mixture. It will be a great addition to a meal - be sure to try how it goes with your favorite dessert!
A must for all fans of the Basilur brand - tea is the answer to the search for a mixture with the addition of caramel from the Ceylon Leaf collection, which is no longer available. Caramel Dream is a dream come true for all tea lovers looking for this unique flavor.
It is also a luxurious gift for any occasion - the mixture was placed in a beautiful tin with oriental decorations.
Net weight: 100 g
Ingredients: Ceylon leaf black tea (96.5%) with the addition of natural caramel flavor (3.5%).
Country of Origin: Sri Lanka
International tea quality class designation: BOP (Broken Orange Pekoe) - contains coarse broken leaves.
Package dimensions: 10.5 x 8 x 15.5 cm
The most popular type of tea. It is subject to a long production process. The basic steps are: wilting, curling, fermenting and drying. The taste is determined by factors such as the country of origin of the tea, plantation, harvest time or the degree of wilting.
Ceylon black teas are considered the best in the world. The carefully selected top leaves of the shrubs give an infusion worth recommending to connoisseurs.
Pour hot water at 95°C over the tea. Brewing time should be 3 to 5 minutes.
You can brew in two ways:
- When brewed for a short time - up to 3 minutes, the infusion will be very refreshing and stimulating.
- For longer brewing - up to 5 minutes, the infusion will contain less caffeine and its effect will be relaxing.
Brewing for too long causes the taste of the brew to be astringent, but it does not make it contain more caffeine and stimulate it more.
On the contrary - the tannins produced with each subsequent minute, imparting a bitter taste, neutralize the effect of theine.
Black tea leaves are only suitable for one brewing.