Delicious infusion flavored with black tea and touches of bergamot. A reddish-brown infusion with a bouquet of black tea and bergamot. Different formats
Earl Gray Tea Pyramid Unit case: Pyramidal cardboard case containing 1 pyramidal bag of 2.0 g. net of product. A perfect infusion format for hospitality.
Black Tea Earl Gray Pot 20 pyramidal bags: Cylindrical tin canister with 20 pyramidal bags of 2.0 g. net of product.
Black Tea Earl Gray Boat infusion in cut strand: Cardboard pot containing 115 g. net of product; perfect for those who prefer to make a quality bulk infusion.
Enjoy a pleasant melody to calculate the infusion time, reading the QR code of the infusion label with your smartphone.
Properties and Benefits of Tea & Jasmine for your health
Studies suggest that black tea reduces plaque formation and restricts the growth of bacteria that promote tooth decay and cavities. The polyphenols found in black tea kill and overcome the bacteria that cause cavities, as well as hindering the growth of bacterial enzymes that form the sticky material that binds plaque to our teeth.
A better heart
Studies show that, regardless of a person's country of origin, people who consume 3 or more cups of tea have a 21% lower risk of stroke than people who consume less than 1 cup of green or black tea per day.
Black tea contains polyphenols, which are also antioxidants that help block DNA damage associated with smoking or other toxic chemicals. These antioxidants are different from those obtained from fruits and vegetables and therefore as a regular part of our diet can provide additional benefits towards a healthy lifestyle.
May help prevent cancer
Although much more research is needed to confidently suggest cancer prevention techniques, some research over the years suggests that antioxidants such as polyphenol and catechins in tea may help prevent some types of cancer. It has been suggested that women who drink black tea regularly are less likely to develop ovarian cancer than their counterparts.
It has also been suggested that regular tea drinkers have stronger bones and a lower chance of developing arthritis due to the phytochemicals found in tea.
Lower risk of diabetes
Based on a research study conducted with elderly people living in the Mediterranean islands, it was found that people who had consumed black tea long-term at a moderate level (i.e. 1-2 cups a day) were 70% less likely to have or develop type 2 diabetes.
We all know and have plenty of experience of the calming and relaxing benefits of black tea. Not only does it help you relax after a long day, studies show that the amino acid L-theanine found in black tea can help you relax and concentrate better.
Better immune system
Black tea contains alkylamine antigens that help stimulate our immune response. In addition, it also contains tannins that have the ability to fight viruses and therefore keep us protected from influenza, stomach flu and other viruses commonly found in our daily lives.
Healthy digestive tract
In addition to improving your immune system, tannins also have a therapeutic effect on gastric and intestinal diseases and also help to slow down digestive activity.
Unlike other beverages that have a relatively higher caffeine content, the low amounts found in tea can help improve blood flow to the brain without over-stimulating the heart. It also stimulates the metabolism and respiratory system, as well as the heart and kidneys.
Black tea with bergamot aroma.
How to prepare:
Pyramidal bags: Put a bag of Earl-Gray black tea from La Tetera Azul in a cup and add water (150-200ml) to the point of boiling. Cover it and let it rest for 5 minutes. Remove the bag and sweeten if desired to taste.
Strand cut infusion pot in bulk: Put hot water in a preheated teapot and a spoonful of earl-gray black tea. Let stand 5 minutes. Filter and serve.
The material with which the pyramids of Earl Gray Black Tea are made is derived from corn starch, which is biodegradable. Therefore, it is not necessary to separate the bag from its content when throwing it away, the entire set can be thrown in the organic material bin as it is biodegradable.