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There is hardly a drink that is as much debated and discussed as black tea. In principle, it starts with the colour, and it is not for nothing that this tea is called “red tea” in both Japan and China. And it continues with the almost unbelievable variety of black tea varieties, each of which tastes different in nuances or has a different aroma in the foreground. Whether Ceylon, Assam, East Frisian blend, Earl Grey, Darjeeling, English Breakfast or another variety: black tea connoisseurs know that black tea is not just black tea. The only thing they all have in common is that both loose black tea and tea bags should be infused with boiling water. Depending on the variety, the brewing time should be between two and five minutes.

Black tea: hot drink with an incredible number of nuances

Black tea contains caffeine - still more than a third of the amount of caffeine found in coffee - and is therefore a pick-me-up. However, this effect only sets in gradually with black tea, but it lasts for quite a long time. As far as the variety is concerned, you simply have to try your way through our range, you will be amazed at how diverse this world is. By the way, there is still a discussion about black tea: How can you drink it? British style with milk? East Frisian style with candy and some cream? Or with sugar or honey and a dash of lemon? It's up to you to decide. Some varieties taste a little better with milk, while others look good with a citrus aroma. You can't go wrong here.