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About Black Tea

The most popular class of tea outside of Asia is the second most popular tea in the world.  Known as black tea, the Chinese originally referred to this as red tea or Qi Hong.  The color of tea was based on the liquor of the tea, not the leaf.  Black tea is not fermented, it is oxidized.  Complete oxidation creates this truly remarkable class of tea.  If you're a classic tea drinker, you'll want to experience our extensive selection of black loose leaf teas. 

All of FEZZIWIG'S teas are quoted "per ounce" with a 2 ounce minimum per tea varietal.

Two ounces of loose leaf tea will yield about 12 to 15 16 ounce pots or cups of tea.  Enjoy!

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about green tea...

The manufacture of green tea has long been the prerogative of China. The tradition of ancestral techniques - which varied from region to region, or even from village to village - still persists to this day. The traditional methods produce a quality of tea which is remarkable for the delicacy of its aroma, the fine presentation of the leaf and the flavor of the liquor. Green teas do not undergo oxidation. While the methods of manufacture may vary greatly in detail according to the region or country where the teas are made, the three manufacturing stages arimed at prevent the leaves from oxidizing remain the same: firing, rolling, drying.

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Oolong - the facts


Oolong teas taste great and are delicious hot or cold.

There is a tremendous variety of affordable oolong tea.

Enjoy a cup of oolong 30 minutes to 1 hour prior to your walk, workout or yoga session and reap the rewards!

Drink oolong in the afternoon to stave off late day sweet cravings and energy slumps.

All of these aid in healthy weight loss and maintenance.

Information compliments of Teas Etc.
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Pu-erh tea is produced mainly in the Yunnan district in the southwestern part of China. It has also gained popularity in Taiwan. Pu-erh tea is used as medicine.  Pu-erh tea is used for improving mental alertness and sharp thinking. It is also used for reducing high cholesterol. 

How does this work?
  Pu-erh tea contains caffeine, although not as much caffeine as other teas. Caffeine works by stimulating the central nervous system, heart, and muscles. Pu-erh tea also contains antioxidants and other substances that might help protect the heart and blood vessels.

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Loose leaf tea-White
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Fruits, flowers, roots and herbs are used in the foods, drinks and medicines of just about every culture. Mild-tasting infusions of wild herbs and flowers are often served before a tea ceremony to cleanse the palate and the soul before the tea is served. Our award-winning blends integrate the world's culinary and folk traditions with contemporary taste, gourmet spirit and expert blending techniques. They do not contain any tea leaves but are formulated to be prepared like a tea.  Fezziwig's botanical blends offer a wide range of 100% natural flavors and are hand-crafted in small batches using only the purest ingredients without any chemicals or buzzword extracts. Our botanical blends represent the highest level of quality, freshness and artisan skill.

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Rooibos is a South African tea made from the red bush plant. It is a completely caffeine-free herb tea that, when brewed properly, has a brilliant red infusion and a sweet nutty finishing flavor.

Rooibos (Aspalathus linearis) is a shrub-like bush which only grows in the Cederberg area of South Africa, a mountainous area north of Cape Town. Rooibos was originally consumed by the Koi and San nomadic tribes of the Western Cape.
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