Light and mild
The combination of green and white tea together with several types of fruit and vanilla gives a light and aromatic Colombine tea. Østerlandsk 1889 Copenhagen can now offer a whole new blend of green and white tea and added pear, peach, vanilla, chamomile flower, pineapple, lemongrass and aloe vera.
The taste is light, soft and fruity.
Colombine is made from green and white tea, and to achieve 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 90 degrees of hot water are observed.
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Colombine tea is one of Østerlandsk 1889 Copenhagen's popular blends. It is available both as loose weight and as a tea letter in elegant metal box.
What is green and white tea
Both types of tea come from the same tea plant Camellia Sinensis. The big difference between white and green tea is the way tea is made. Unlike the preparation of the green teas, which are exposed to relatively high temperatures to remove the moisture content of the teas, white tea is naturally dried by using the sun's rays, or by a drying process under lower temperatures, which takes place indoors, to ensure that antioxidants and vitamins in the tea are preserved.