Black tea Ginger Lime from BOH.
The flavours of delicate black tea and spicy ginger with a fruity hint of lime meet in this contrasting blend. Fine ginger spiciness and fruity citrus freshness make this black tea the perfect tea liaison. Lime and ginger harmonise wonderfully in the tea, the fresh citrus note complemented by a hint of spiciness make this naturally flavoured black tea so excitingly enjoyable and spicy. The tea brings in a complementary, calm counterpart to the exciting flavours. This black tea is not only loved by ginger fans.
Preparation: Bring approx. 200 ml of water to the boil and pour over the tea bag. Let the tea steep for about 3 minutes and enjoy. Try it unsweetened with a pinch of cinnamon or cold on ice with ginger ale.
Ingredients: black tea leaves, nature identical lime and ginger flavour. Contains caffeine.
20 individually fresh sealed tea bags of 2 g each.
This tea is part of BOH’s extraordinary “Seri Songket” collection, which bears the exotic design of the Malaysian “Songket” pattern. The exquisite Songket fabric, interwoven with gold threads, is the traditional fabric of Peninsular Malaysia. Would you like to try other varieties of this extraordinary series? How about the classic flavoured black tea: Earl Grey Tangerine. Or the delicate black tea refined with delicious vanilla. You will be thrilled.
Insider tip for the hot season: Ginger-Lime Iced Tea
You need the following ingredients:
50 g fresh ginger
4-5 sprigs of lemon balm
4 sachets BOH Black Tea Lime Ginger
50 g brown rock candy
1 l water
100 ml sparkling mineral water (chilled)
Preparation: Wash and grate the ginger. Rinse the lemon balm and place in a pot with the ginger, tea bags and Diamond Brown Rock Candy. Bring the water to the boil and pour over the tea. Remove the tea bags after 4 minutes. Leave to cool in the fridge for at least 2 hours. Stir from time to time. Pour the tea through a sieve. Mix with mineral water to serve. Tip: Serve decorated with lemon balm sprigs, some ginger and lime slices.
Origin – Malaysia
The Cameron Highlands tea, as its name suggests, is grown in the Cameron Highlands. These Highlands are located on the west island of Malaysia. There, surrounded by evergreen, diverse jungle and unique architecture, is the BOH tea plantation. It lies at over 1,500 metres. This special climate, as well as the sour soil, produce very special teas.
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