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Black tea & Raspberry

Black tea & Raspberry

Tender bitterness of high grown Ceylon tea is finely complemented by captivating sweetness of fresh raspberries and a flower nuance of hibiscus petals. A piquant cranberry note enhances the bouquet. The fragrant and rich in vitamins beverage helps to protect from chill in cold season and quenches thirst in hot weather and restores energy. It also improves digestion and appetite.

  • 100% natural product
  • rich in vitamins and micro elements
  • facilitates expulsion of toxins from the body
  • tones up

Tea-taster’s advice:

 «This brew can be taken hot and cooled, you can add sugar to emphasize the berry note». 

Know more

Raspberry is one of the most ancient plants on Earth. The very first finds of raspberry seeds date back to the Stone Age. The first mentions of raspberries in literature are dated by the I-II century AD in the works of the Roman writer Plinius the Senior. He described the Romans use the wonderful berry as a means from illnesses, stings of snakes and scorpions. At that time the raspberry was known only as a wild-growing plant, and it could be found only in woods. Later, in the XVI century, people began to grow raspberries in the Western Europe. So, the first grades of the country raspberry were selected. Approximately, in the XVII century the cultivation of raspberries started in Russia.
The popularity of raspberry grew rapidly due to the useful properties. It contains a significant quantity of vitamin A which effects the strengthening of hair, vitamin C, pectins and organic acids, including salicylic acid which improves the antagonism to viral diseases and possesses febrifugal properties. Also raspberry contains Ellajik acid which hinders the growth of cancer cells. One of the basic properties of raspberry is the big content of cellulose. Finally, unlike other herbs and fruit, this berry doesn't lose useful properties even at fusing with boiling water.