Source: Sri Lanka
Ingredients: Black tea, white tea, currants, natural flavors, ice wine.
Steeping Information: 1 TSP per Cup; Steep at 212 F for 3-5 minutes
Caffeine Content: Mild
Enchanting Essence of Winter
Dive deep into the harmonious blend of Ice Wine Black Tea. Every sip is a journey through the cold dark days of winter, where grapes bask in the dwindling sunlight, gaining richness and an intensified flavor. Harvested during winter’s peak, these grapes are transformed into the luxurious ice wine that adds a pleasantly sweet taste, capturing the aroma of sunshine and creating an unmatched tasting experience.
Art of Creation: The “Eiswein” Blend
Delight in the “Eiswein” – a masterfully crafted blend that brings black tea and winter harvested grape wine together. This innovative concoction is a testament to patience and art. While most grapes are picked during the early fall, the grapes used for our Ice Wine Black Tea remain, concentrating in flavor and sugar. The result? A tisanal blend that guarantees satisfaction with its clean and crisp profile.
An Experience Beyond Just Tea
Whether enjoyed hot on a chilly morning or cold on a warm afternoon, the Ice Wine Black Tea is versatile in its allure. Its mild caffeine content coupled with the antioxidizing properties make it not only a delightful beverage but also a healthy choice. Gift it to a loved one, or savor its leafy, sweet notes yourself. This tea isn’t just about taste, it’s about an experience.
It is refreshing and has a taste like ice wine with refreshing fruit notes.
Being in 'wine country' we are trilled to offer Ice Wine Tea which makes our 'wine snob' sit up and take notice when they try it. Truly it is refreshing and excellent hot or cold.
Sip on~ Susan
I really love all of this tea!!!
Ice Wine is such a unique tea and because we reside in a wine producing region, we thought we'd try it. Yum! It's a winner!
Tea arrived quickly and was wonderful. W had only had white ice wine before. This was a nice twist.
The Ice Wine has gained popularity quickly. It's particularly nice to serve at the end of a dinner party. What a surprise!