Loose leaf tea (Chá).
The Portuguese Pekoe black tea is produced using only the second leaf of the plant's bud. The leaves are harvested from mid-April to June, following the Orange Pekoe harvest, when the leaves are more mature but still young. This results in a dark copper-colored tea that is known for its full-bodied flavor and robust character. It is ideal for morning consumption and for those who prefer to add a drop of milk to their tea. It is less aromatic than Orange Pekoe but it has an even more intense flavor. The Portuguese Pekoe black tea is highly valued for its unique taste, which is a result of the region's specific terroir and the way it is grown and produced in Azores, Portugal.
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.