- Tea leaves to water are brewed in a 1:40 ratio.
- Boil water in a pot until it reaches 95° C.
- Add tea leaves after removing the pot from heat and ensure they are fully submerged in water.
- Fifteen minutes of steaming with the lid shut.
- Use a mesh or filter cloth to filter the tea. Tea should be allowed to cool to 65° C.
- It can then be served by pouring into a tea warmer.
- The ratio of tea leaves to water for milk tea (or stronger-flavored tea) is 1:30.
- Yields roughly 2000 cc of tea.
- Best served within four hours.)
What Sets Organic Tea Apart from Conventional Tea?
When growing or processing tea after it has been harvested, organic teas don't utilize chemicals like pesticides, herbicides, fungicides, or chemical fertilizers. Producers grow a sustainable tea harvest using organic methods, including solar power and sticky bug catchers. Josie's Teas wants every delightful cup of tea to reflect this purity.
Contrarily, conventional (non-organic) tea growers could employ several chemical types to increase their tea harvest.
Components of tea
At Josie's Teas, we define organic tea as a blend of tea leaves, herbs, fruits, spices, and other flavors. Our teas are truly organic because of the combination of these ingredients (and because we ensure each ingredient is organic).
Why Pick Organic Products?
- Health Advantages
- more secure for farmers
- Improves the environment and safeguards wildlife
Benefits of Organic Tea for Health
After water, tea is the most consumed beverage worldwide. Perhaps you enjoy drinking tea because of the flavor, the aroma, the health advantages, or even the feel-good effects you get from taking your first cup of the day. We enjoy consuming organic black tea because it can bolster our defenses against infection and squelch free radicals.
You might not know that pesticides and herbicides can contain significant amounts of harmful metals.
The traditional, non-organic tea industry may use these chemicals when growing tea. The National Institutes of Health (NIH) states that the toxicity of these heavy metals has been connected to several immune system problems, including cancer, insulin resistance, and nervous system deterioration. Our tea doesn't need chemicals, heavy metals, or other unpronounceable substances.
Greater Environmental Benefits
Sustainable and non-renewable fuels are not used in organic tea farming. It also prevents dangerous chemical runoff from polluting surrounding water supplies, keeping them clean. Crop rotation and composting are two natural techniques used in organic farming to maintain healthy soil and encourage plant diversity.
Organic tea types
We are confident you can discover a wonderful Josie's Teas to suit your needs, whether you drink our teas hot or chilled. We offer more than 100 handcrafted tea blends—did you know?
Organic Black Tea
Our organic black tea varieties are sure to impress, from our Cream Earl Grey Organic Black Tea to our rich and strong Morning Blend Organic Black Tea.
Organic Pu-erh Tea
Our citrus rush Pu-erh Tea and Muddy Greek Pu-erh Tea are lovely, comforting teas.
Organic Green Tea
Our revitalizing Organic Chinese Green Tea is one of our top sellers. With our lemon Ginger Organic Green Tea, you can strengthen your defenses.
Organic Rooibos Tea
Try our Caribbean Fruit Rooibos Tea for a tasty, fruity, caffeine-free, and calorie-free treat. Try our Hot Tea Molly Rooibos for a delectable remedy for the flu and the cold.
Natural Herbal Tea
Try tranquility Herbal and Immuni Tea Herbal After a difficult day, and organic herbal tea is what you need to relax.
White tea, whether consumed hot or iced, is a cooling beverage. For a tranquilizing sip, try our White Mountain White Tea. We recommend trying our Honeybell Orange Blossom White Tea if you're searching for a new, exciting tea blend.
Each cup of Josie's Teas will let you taste the organic difference!