Time to celebrate Easter
The house's own blend consists of both green tea and a black Earl Grey tea. Combined with beautiful fruits such as rhubarb, peach and strawberries, you get a wonderful cup of tea that leads you to spring and brighter times.
The taste is sweet, round and fruity with undertones of bergamot.
Easter Tea are made on green tea as well as black tea and in order to obtain the most optimal taste and maintain the good properties of the tea as well as vitamins and antioxidants, the infusion time of 3 min. and 100 degrees of hot water should be used
Green & black tea
Easter Tea is one of Østerlandsk 1889 Copenhagen's own popular blends, where both green and black tea have been used. Green tea is what you call "the original" tea, the unfermented, natural product that, after roasting and drying, is heat treated so that no tea leaves are oxidized. It has an effect on the color of the tea which becomes significantly lighter and also on the taste which becomes significantly lighter compared to the black tea. Green tea has a limited content of caffeine and tannins.
Black tea comes just like green and white tea from the same tea plant Camellia Sinensis. Black tea is completely fermented, ie oxygenated, and is the type of tea that undergoes the longest processing process: picking, drying, rolling, fermenting and roasting. For the highest quality, only the top, thin and dark green top shoots are picked. Two leaves and a bud are picked, ie two leaves and the middle top shoot.