Orange Black Tea -Twinings Orange & Cinnamon Black Tea Bags 6PK
A full bodied black tea with an orange and cinnamon flavour.
Black tea, just like green tea, comes from the Camellia Sinensis plant.
- After plucking, the leaves are laid on drying trays & withered to remove some moisture and make more pliable
- The leaves are then rolled and may be cut
- "Broken" leaves are laid out & a heady mixture of warm air, aromatic juices, bacteria & enzymes leads to oxidation (a natural reaction that affects strength & colour)
- Oxidation is stopped by firing (with hot air) when the leaves are the right (brown) colour depending on the region
- The leaves turn black as they dry
... and finally, are sorted or graded by size
Black tea is a natural source of antioxidants that may help protect the body from damage caused by free radicals
- Black tea from several origins
- Cinnamon Bark (20%)
- Orange Flavouring (6%)
- Orange Pieces (1%)
/Twinings Orange & Cinnamon Tea -Fine Tea with a freash zesty taste and spicy twist. /Twinings Orange & Cinnamon Tea blends the finest tea leaves with refreshing juicy orange and warming cinnamon flavours for a delicious drink with a spicy twist. For more great tasting experiences , discover the world Twinings Flavoured teas expertly blended for the perfect balance of evocative scents, delicious flavours and refreshing taste.
About the Brand Since 1706, Twinings has been at the forefront of the tea trade. Customers in more than 100 countries enjoy Twinings products, and not just the popular traditional favorites: Twinings now includes products such as fruit and herbal infusions, aromatic teas, and iced teas. These fresh flavors reflect a worldwide trend toward a healthier and more varied lifestyle. The new flavors are as successful as the traditional ones, because Twinings prepares them using skills acquired through three centuries of experience. After quenching thirsts for so many generations, no one knows better than Twinings how to deliver a drink that's in perfect condition. Although British-based, and still operating in England, Twinings also has plants in North Carolina and Calcutta, India. Success in the competitive worldwide tea market was confirmed in 1972 (and again in 1977) when Twinings became the first tea company to win a Queen's Award for Export.