Piña Colada tea leads the mind to exotic and tropical regions or perhaps a festive evening with the popular drink of the same name. Østerlandsk 1889 Copenhagen has made this beautiful tea, which undoubtedly both smells and tastes like the popular drink. The tea is composed of both black and green tea, added with coconut, vanilla and pineapple. Cheers - and then you may drive home after enjoying our Piña Colada.
Soft, slightly sweet and tropical.
Piña Colada tea is a combination of black and green tea. 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 95 degrees of hot water are observed.
What is green & black tea
Piña Colada Tea is one of the most popular blends of Østerlandsk 1889 Copenhagen, using both green and black tea. Green tea is what you call "the original" tea, the natural product that, after roasting and drying, is heat-treated so that there is no oxygenation of the tea leaves. 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 oxidized, ie oxygenated, and is the type of tea that undergoes the longest processing process: picking, drying, rolling, oxidizing 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.