150g. black loose tea with bergamot
Bergamot. Velvety. Harmonious. Classic English elegance, exalted by heady botanical citrus notes.
Origin of black tea: Hunan Province, China; Assam and Nilgiri, India
Origin of bergamot oil: Calabria, Italy
TASTING AND AROMA NOTES – Citrus, cedar wood One thing you have to know… Cheap Earl Grey teas use synthetic flavouring , Canton Earl Grey high-grade tea uses 100% pure cold-pressed oil from Calabria from the peel of the bergamot fruit (a citrus fruit closely related to the bitter orange and lemon).
BREWING INDICATIONS For the ideal cup of Canton Earl Grey, steep 4g of loose leaf in 250ml of 95°C water for four minutes if you’re taking it with milk. If you’re taking it black, use 3g of loose leaf and only steep it for two minutes.
75g loose green tea
Succulent. Verdant. Fresh spring greens meet asparagus and make hay while the sun shines.
Origin Chun’an County, Zhejiang Province, China
TASTING AND AROMA NOTES – Cashew, green asparagus, chestnut One thing you have to know… Jade Green Tips aka Mao Jian is an excellent entry level green tea. It’s soft and easy drinking, hand-picked from tea bushes growing high up in the fresh mountain air where the flavour in the leaf is concentrated by plenty of soft rain, warm days and cool nights. Hand-rolled in a hot dry wok the tea master creates the characteristic twisted shape.
BREWING INDICATIONS Temperature – 70 degrees C Time – 3 min
50g loose leaf herbal infusion
Savour a sense of calm with this soothing, naturally caffeine-free blend of lemon verbena, calming chamomile and tilia leaf – a native British tree used for centuries to promote relaxation. This aromatic blend is floral with the sweetest hint of rose and is lovely to help you unwind at any time of day, but particularly before bed.
Ingredients: Lemon verbena, chamomile, tilia, rose petals, lavender, moringa leaves.
Origin Bulgaria, Portugal, Croatia, Morocco, Albania, Burkina Faso. An exclusive Canton recipe, blended in Alsace.
FLAVOUR NOTES AND AROMA – This aromatic brew captures the soothing flavours of lemon and chamomile finished with the sweetest hint of rose.
INFUSION GUIDELINES For the ideal cup of Canton Botanical Calm, steep 2g of loose leaf in 250ml of 95°C water for three minutes.
100g loose infusion
Citrus-sweet. Harmonious. Vivifying. Hot and spicy in winter, ice cool in summer this herbal beauty delivers all things to everyone.
Origin of lemongrass: Egypt
Origin of ginger root: China
Origin of liquorice: Spain
TASTING AND AROMA NOTES – Cedar wood, ginger zest One thing you have to know… Canton Lemongrass and Ginger herbal infusion works perfectly as a Thai- inspired iced tea, add rum and make it into a cocktail.
BREWING INDICATIONS Temperature – 95 degrees C Time – 4 min
100 gramos. té negro a granel
Cocoa-rich. Luxurious. A velvety smooth tea with decadent, dark chocolate notes to satisfy just about every craving.
Origin of black tea: China, Yunnan India, Assam
Origin of cocoa nibs: Peru
Origin of vanilla pods: Madagascar
TASTING AND AROMA NOTES – Dark chocolate, Vanilla One thing you have to know… The deep, indulgent flavour of dark chocolate, but without the calories. A healthy alternative to hot chocolate smooth, sophisticated, velvety dark blend of Assam and Yunnan black teas include Peruvian cocoa nibs, and Madagascan vanilla pods from a small co-operative.
BREWING INDICATIONS – For the ideal cup of Canton Chocolate Noir, soak 4g of loose leaves in 250ml of 95°C water for three minutes.
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