Discover our natural green tea flavour
Native to China, tea is the most consumed beverage in the world after water. Tea is mainly cultivated in Asia, the main producers being China, India, Sri Lanka and Indonesia.
The different tea varieties
There is a large variety of teas, but they all originate from the same plant. The main difference is the degree of fermentation the tea leaves are allowed to undergo.
- White tea is a delicate and rare non-fermented tea. Some varieties are made only from the buds of the tea plant. It is quite high in antioxidants.
- Green tea is a very light fermented tea. High in antioxidants, green tea is used as a fat burner, it helps protect the skin and is supposed to help preventing cancer.
- Oolong tea (blue tea) is semi-fermented (the fermentation is stopped earlier by a roasting process). It is said to help reduce diabetes and improve brain functions.
- Black tea is a fully fermented tea. It improves blood circulation and fights against age-related diseases. Black tea is the basis of English tea.
- Native to China, Yellow tea Is a high quality tea whose leaves are generally harvested in spring. The product is rare and expensive.
Mental well being
Since the outbreak of the pandemic, stress levels have been rising, with many consumers looking for ways to find moments of relaxation and comfort. Apart from caffeine, the tea plant also contains l-theanine, a chemical compound that is known for fighting symptoms of anxiety and promoting stress relief.
Popular tea flavours
- Earl grey is one of the most popular tea flavour. The regular version is a black tea flavoured with bergamot but numerous variations exist: add lavender to make a Lady Grey, rose petals to create a French Earl Grey and a London Fog is in fact an Earl Grey tea latte.
- English Breakfast is one of the most common breakfast blend, made with Ceylon black tea and Assam tea. It is a strong blend with either sweet, bitter or malty notes.
- Masala chai is also one of the most popular tea flavour. Typically, it’s a blend of Indian black tea such as Assam, with spices including cardamom and ginger.
How to use natural green tea flavour
Our natural Green tea flavour has floral, aniseed & hay-like profile, perfect for cocktails, soft drinks and frozen desserts recipe.
Green tea flavour pairings :
Strawberry, Raspberry, Mint, Melon/Watermelon, White chocolate, Pear, Almond, Caramel, Peach, Ginger, Grapefruit…
Specifications*: natural green tea flavour; water-soluble
*For more specific information, please refer to the technical data sheet.