Loose leaf tea (Chá).
The Portuguese Orange Pekoe black tea is produced exclusively from the terminal bud and its first leaf. The leaves are young and delicate and are only harvested at the beginning of the harvest season in late March, April, and May. This is the period of the year when the optimal conditions in terms of humidity and air temperature are achieved. The result is a premium grade copper colored Orange Pekoe black tea with a distinct flavor and fruity aroma. It is ideally suited for an afternoon tea. Orange Pekoe is a grade of black tea which is known for its high quality, large leaf and fruity aroma. The Portuguese Orange Pekoe is unique due to the specific terroir of Azores, Portugal and the way it is grown and produced.
Chá Gorreana is a brand of tea that is grown and produced on the island of São Miguel in the Azores, Portugal. The tea is known for its high quality and unique flavor, which is said to be a result of the volcanic soil and mild climate of the region. The tea leaves are hand-picked, carefully processed, and packaged in small batches. Chá Gorreana is one of the oldest tea estates in Europe, with a history dating back to 1883.
Package Contains: 100g / 3.5 oz.