Happinessbox Exclusive Tea and Coffee

£29,99

Happiness in a box, who doesn’t get happy? The happiness box contains a deluxe gift set of four different top quality loose leaf teas, a trendy black tea strainer and speciality arabica coffee beans from East Timor.

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Soo much more to give…..

Happiness in a box, who doesn’t get happy?

Would you like to congratulate, wish happiness or thank your loved ones, colleagues or associates? Or do you just love positive energy? Then give the happiness box as a gift.

The happiness box contains a deluxe gift set of four different top quality loose leaf teas*, a trendy black tea strainer and speciality arabica coffee beans from East Timor.

Or in other words, a gift that is always in taste.

*The worldmix contains four premium loose leaf teas in a deluxe giftset packaging.

Ranging from a delicious fresh herbal blend, a Rooibos tea with soft finish of natural vanilla; a challenging Japanese green tea with Matcha and puffed rice and a festive oolong with rose petals.

A worldly gift of four delicious loose leaf teas in beautiful tins.

21 Malawi Sense Detox – Herbal Blend – 12g

42 South Africa See Good Hope – Rooibos Herbal Blend 25g

33 Japan Taste Me – Genmaicha Matcha Satsuki, Japanese green tea with matcha and puffed rice – 25g

14 China Enjoy Roses – Oolong tea – 20g

For more information on the composition of these teas, please refer to the ingredients.

Tasting Notes

21 Malawi Sense Detox
Look & feel: green (lemongrass), purple (cornflowers)
Aroma: citrus and mint
Infusion: light yellow
Taste: fresh spicy flavor of lemongrass and mint

42 South Africa See Good Hope
Look & feel: mix of light yellow, green needle-like leaves
Aroma: sweet vanilla
Infusion: light amber
Taste: mildly sweet, velvety smooth with notes of honey and vanilla

33 Japan Taste Me
Look & feel: green rolled sheet, yellow grains of puffed rice, green matcha powder
Aroma: grass and puffed rice
Infusion: fresh green
Taste: velvety smooth full vegetal flavor with puffed rice and umami*

14 China Enjoy Roses
Look & Feel: light green pearls surrounded by red rose petals and purple lavender
Aroma: orchid / lilacs
Infusion: soft yellow / green
Taste: slightly vegetal, soft, floral

* Umami is one of the five basic flavors, along with salt, sweet, sour and bitter.
This flavor was discovered in 1908 by Japanese Kikunae Ikeda, a chemistry professor at a Tokyo university. Umami is therefore originally a Japanese word for deliciousness or savory.

The taste of spinach, tomatoes or fish, for example, can be referred to as umami.

Origin

21 Malawi Sense Detox
(lemongrass & mint)
These delicious herbs are sourced from a unique tea plantation in the Shire Highlands of Malawi (Africa) where special quality teas and herbs are hand picked and artisan processed.

42 South Africa See Good Hope
Origin rooibos: South Africa
Region: Cederberg, Western Cape

Rooibos is also called “bush tea.” Rooibos is in fact a shrub with yellow flowers that grows naturally near Cedar Mountain. Although this shrub can grow as tall as half a meter to a meter, this plant is usually harvested at a height of 20 cm during the period January through March.

The needle-like leaves are green when picked. Then the leaves are bruised and wetted, triggering a chemical fermentation process. This creates the beautiful dark red color, after which the needles are placed in the African sun the next day to oxidize further. For this reason, rooibos is also called “red tea” in addition to “bush tea.”

33 Japan Taste Me
Origin: Japan

Unlike China, Japan produces almost exclusively green tea. To get a green tea, it is important to prevent the leaves from oxidizing after harvest. Oxidation means to turn brown under the influence of oxygen. In China, oxidation of the tea is prevented by heating the tea in a wok. In Japan, they do this by steaming the green teaën.

14 China Enjoy Roses
This delicious pure oolong comes from Wuhan the capital of Hubei province in China. Many are familiar with the Silk Road, while the “Camel Route of the grasslands” is less well known.
From the late 17th century, during the Qing Dynasty, Wuhan was the starting point of the tea trade route to Mongolia. This trade route was also called the “Camel Route of the grasslands.”
The other ingredients in this blend come from different countries.

Foodpairing

Within the “taste line” we pay special attention to tea & food pairing.

33 Japan Taste Me
This Genmaicha Matcha Satsuki, or green tea with matcha and puffed rice already has a unique flavor on its own, but paired with sashimi of salmon and tuna, it is even more delicious. They have a flavor-enhancing effect on each other, giving this delicious tea a velvety smooth taste.

Put/Serve Advice

Zetadvies:

21 Malawi Sense Detox
Water: 100-C
Tea: 2g / 2 tsp per cup (150 ml)
Infusion: 5 minutes

42 South Africa See Good Hope
Water: 100-C
Tea: 2g / 2 tsp per cup (150 ml)
Infusion: 5 minutes

33 Japan Taste Me
Water: 80-C
Tea: 2g / 1 tsp per cup (150 ml)
Infusion: 1-2 minutes

14 China Enjoy Roses
Water: 100-C
Tea: 2g / 1 tsp per cup (150 ml)
Infusion: 2 minutes

Storage advice: store cool, dry, light and airtight.

Ingredients

21 Malawi Sense Detox** 12g
Herbal Blend / Ingredients:
Lemongrass, Green mint, Barley grass, Lemon balm, Dandelion root, Nettle leaves, Sweet blackberry leaves, Cornflower leaves.

42 South Africa See Good Hope 25g
Green Rooibos Herbal Blend / Ingredients:
Green Rooibos 93%, Sweet blackberry leaves, Natural vanilla aroma

33 Japan Taste Me* 25g
Genmaicha Matcha Satsuki / ingredients:
Japanese green tea with matcha and puffed rice

14 China Enjoy Roses* 20g
Oolong tea blend / ingredients:
Oolong tea 87%, Rose petals 8%, Cheesewort blossoms, Lavender blossoms.

* Contains caffeine
** Dandelion contributes to internal cleansing and supports digestion.
The health effect has not yet been officially established. A healthy lifestyle is
important as well as a balanced, varied diet.