Purple Tea has a light floral aroma and a smooth, fresh, slightly floral taste. Only the freshest 2 leaves and a bud are hand picked for Purple Tea. The leaves of Purple Tea are not oxidized which allows them to retain the most potential health benefits. There is less caffeine in Purple Tea than in green tea. Purple Tea, named due to the color of its leaves, contains anthocyanins which are the reason the leaves are purple. Anthocyanins are considered super-antioxidants and are also found in blueberries, red wine, pomegranates...Purple Tea is very high in antioxidants. In addition to the many potential health benefits of tea in general, Purple Tea also has the many potential benefits of anthocyanins. Due to the combination of these potential benefits, Purple Tea may have anti-inflammatory properties, anti-cancer properties, help boost immune systems, improve heart health, reduce diabetes, improve brain health including poor memory, concentration, Alzheimer's and dementia, and improve vision loss. The actual color of Purple Tea is interesting as it is a very, very light pink. Adding lemon turns the almost clear tea a little pinker.
Enjoy a very healthy cup of amazing Purple Tea!
Note: No pesticides or chemicals are sprayed on the tea leaves.
Ingredients: Purple tea
Very high in antioxidants
Low in caffeine
Altitude: 6700 feet above sea level
From Kenya (Nandi Hills)