Flavored Black Tea
Flavored black tea, like all “real” teas, comes from the Camellia sinensis plant. Along with the black tea flavoring compounds that are sometimes used, the leaves of the plant are crushed, twisted, rolled or torn and then left to oxidize before being dried and sold.
The fact that the leaves are fully oxidized is the reason for the strong, dark flavor of black tea. The oxidation process also slightly reduces the flavonoid content of the black tea, but the brew still has beneficial properties that make it somewhat like the spice of black tea.
Flavored black tea is often sold in a blend that determines its flavor profile. The season and place where the tea plant is grown also affects its taste. As a general rule, black tea is produced in China, India, Sri Lanka or Iran.
As we mentioned, black tea is the most common type of tea and it has many varieties.
Maintenance : Store in a dry and cool place away from direct sunlight and aromatic substances.
How to use : Put a tea bag in the cup and add boiling water on it.
Wait 3 to 5 minutes according to your taste and then drink the tea.