Tetley Teabags (1100 teabags)
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Tetley 1100 One Cup Catering Teabags
- 1100 Tetley One Cup Teabags
- Each Cup Of Tetley Tea Costs Roughly only 2 Pence Per Cup !
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1100 Tetley one-cup tea bags
Tetley one cup catering tea bags are one of the top selling premier catering tea bags in the UK.
Tetley one cup catering size packs of quality single cup Tetley tea bags.Every bag of 1100 Tetley one cup tea bags are produced from 100%premium quality tea and made with passion. Tetley one cup tea bags are perfect for the caterer looking for a bright and refreshing cup of regular tea.
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Drinking Tetley tea is a global pleasure. Behind each cup of tea lies a much bigger picture: growing and producing tea provides a livelihood for millions of people around the world.
ETP and Tetley One Cup 1100 Tea Bags
The Ethical Tea Partnership works to make this picture transparent - to monitor living and working conditions on tea estates, with the aim of making sure that the tea you buy from the members of our Partnership has been produced in a socially responsible way. Tetley Tea GB is proud to be a member of ETP.
The History of Tea
According to Chinese Legend, tea was first discovered more than 5000 years ago by the second emperor of China Shen-Nung in 2737 B.C. Whilst travelling around his empire the emperor was resting under a tree when a light breeze blew leaves from a tea tree into boiling hot water that his servants were preparing, which resulted in the first known brew of tea.
The tea plant is an evergreen tree and a member of the Camellia family. Tea plants are grown in more than 25 countries around the world and have oval shaped, shiny, smooth leaves. The tea tree if left to grow wild, can grow to a height of many metres. However, under cultivation, tea trees resemble more of a bush and are usually kept at under a metre high, allowing the tea tree to produce more tea leaves and making the tea bush easier to pick. Tea bushes are harvested or hand plucked every 7-14 days, only the top leaves and a bud are plucked from the sprigs on the tea bushes.
After the tea bushes have been harvested for their tea leaves, tea production goes through five stages.
1, Withering to soften the leaves in temperatures of 25-30 degrees centigrade.
2, Rolling the tea leaves to release the essential oils.
3, Fermentation of the tea leaves to provide the colour, aroma and flavour during the brewing process.
4, Drying the tea leaves to stop the fermentation process and evaporate all the moisture. This process ensures the tea is of the highest quality.
5, Finally, the screening process to sort the tea leaves into grades and size, and also removes any stalk or tea dust..
Tea characteristics and flavours vary dependent upon the soil type, the altitude and the climatic conditions the tea plants grow in. Tea can be easily contaminated, as tea can pick up any smell or flavour close to it. This is why it is very important to keep tea in a cool, dry place preferably in an airtight container to help keep its natural flavour , aroma and freshness.
Health Benefits of Tea.
The first recorded mention of tea in Europe, comes from a Venetian merchant in 1589, when he mentions the reason for the long living of Asians is due to their tea drinking.
Studies around the world support the health benefits of tea drinking, although health experts can not agree on every aspect, there does seem to be overwhelming research confirming that tea can help to protect against many diseases including heart disease and cancer.
Tea contains high levels of antioxidants, some of which are called polyphenols, flavonoids, and catechins. These antioxidants take on the free radicals in our bodies and help to protect us against them harming healthy cells. Today our understanding of antioxidants has increased dramatically, and their disease prevention is seen as a natural way to help protect and fight against damaging free radicals.
Tea also contains fluoride which helps protect teeth and has bacteria killing properties too.
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